The National Bureau of Investigation (NBI) has vowed that Filipinos may no longer have to suffer through long queues for getting their NBI clearance with the implementation of its new online system.
Russia’s media watchdog has written to Google, Twitter and Facebook warning them against violating Russian Internet laws and a spokesman said they risk being blocked if they do not comply with the rules.
Market research firm Gartner Inc estimated 7.3 million Chromebooks would be sold this year, helped mainly by demand from the education industry.
Many online users are using security questions that are easy pickings for a determined hacker to guess based on their cultural affinity, such as guessing that an English user’s favorite food is… well, pizza.
The world’s first eye-tracking virtual reality headset lets users interact with the environment just by looking at it.
Jesse Keenan, of the Center for Urban Real Estate at Columbia, talks about the rising demand for landmark buildings by tech companies, competing to attract young workers in New York City.
BREAKING NEWS as of May 23, 2015 2:41 am NBI promises no more long queues with new online system Russia warns Google, Twitter and Facebook on law violations Worldwide Chromebook sales set to reach 7.3 million units in 2015 -- Gartner Most security questions not so secure according to Google VR WORLD | Eye-tracking tech makes virtual reality hands-free Singapore tech event will showcase latest trends for a hyper-connected Philippines Internet search pioneer Lycos selling patents PLDT pushes for higher PH ranking in digital economy readiness index SUITEWORLD 2015 | Billabong selects NetSuite to transform customer experience Pointwest wins two ICT Awards VR WORLD | Eye-tracking tech makes virtual reality hands-free MiLi innovates storage solution BLACKBERRY CLASSIC | The key is in the keyboard WD launches new cloud-based storage products
While a number of folks have already been using the iPhone 5 thru grey market channels, the official introduction of the iPhone 5 will definitely bring that number into the tens of thousands this month alone.
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