Social media was buzzing Tuesday with leaks from a rehearsal of the London 2012 Olympic Games opening ceremony, despite plea for spectators to “save the surprise”.
The explosion of social networking has changed sport for fans and athletes with experts predicting the greater interaction will mean the demise of passive armchair sports fans by the 2020 Olympics.
Finnish phone brand Nokia on Tuesday announced the upcoming local availability of two touchscreen phones priced below P5,000 in continuation of its efforts to connect the next billion people to the Internet.
In the early ’90′s, tech giant IBM suffered an existential crisis that rocked its very foundations: a long-established leader in the PC business, the company had to grapple with shifting preferences in personal computing as younger IT companies capture more of the market.
Apple Inc’s new iPhone will drop the wide dock connector used in the company’s gadgets for the best part of a decade in favor of a smaller one, a change likely to annoy the Apple faithful but which could be a boon for accessory makers.
In his third State of the Nation Address (SONA) President Benigno Aquino III heaped praises on his administration’s efforts to mitigate the effects of natural disasters with the help of technology, but made little to no mention of his government’s overall ICT initiative.
Taiwanese smartphone maker HTC Corp’s shares fell as much as 4 percent on Monday after the sale of half of its holding in audio technology firm Beats Electronics back to Beats’ founders raised concern over its strategy.
Canon Inc said on Monday it would sell its first mirrorless camera from mid-September in a bid to tap a growing market for small, interchangeable-lens cameras that rival Nikon Corp entered last year.
Called the MRT Trackr, the Android-based app created by young Filipino developers aims to improve commuters’ experience when riding Metro Manila’s three main transit lines — the MRT, the LRT1, and the LRT2.
Computer geeks attending the world’s largest annual hacking party in Las Vegas next week will have a rare chance to rub shoulders with the head of the U.S. National Security Agency.
A French startup behind email applications for Apple gadgets has been bought by Google as the Internet titan increasingly tailors hit software to run on its rival’s hardware.
At least 75 percent of the world’s population now own a mobile phone according to latest data released by the World Bank, signifying that the beginning of the mobile revolution geared toward development is at hand.
New Yahoo Chief Executive Marissa Mayer’s compensation package could total more than $70 million in salary, bonuses, restricted stock and stock options over five years, according to a regulatory filing made by the company Thursday.
Kim Dotcom, the founder of the Megaupload online file-sharing site embroiled in U.S. piracy and fraud investigations, on Thursday accused Hollywood of being frightened of the Internet and lobbying the U.S. government to vilify him.
Ailing mobile maker Nokia turned in another thumping loss on Thursday, as it tries to arrest a decline towards irrelevance in a smartphone market dominated by Apple’s iPhone and Samsung’s Galaxy models.
Apple has been instructed by a British judge to run ads saying that Samsung did not copy its design for the iPad in the latest twist in the ongoing patent battles between the two tech giants, according to Bloomberg.