China has built the world’s fastest supercomputer using locally made microchips, a survey said Monday, the first time the country has taken the top spot without using US technology.
Some of the web’s biggest destinations for watching videos have quietly started using automation to remove extremist content from their sites, according to two people familiar with the process.
Computer hardware maker ASUS unveiled at the recently concluded Computex 2016, their Zenvolution — a virtual evolution of all the tech company’s devices
With the goal of securing an open Internet, which can be used with freedom, security, trust and accessibility by all, governments, companies and civil society must come together to craft a new governance model for the Web, global experts have agreed.
BREAKING NEWS as of June 26, 2016 2:55 am World's fastest supercomputer entirely 'Made in China' Google, Facebook quietly move toward automatic blocking of extremist videos ZENVOLUTION | All there is to know about ASUS’ new devices Smart, Globe ramp up deployment of new frequencies SPOTLIGHT | Future of Internet in danger -- experts Latest Windows Defender app uses cloud power to address enterprise security ICT can accelerate Sustainable Development Goals -- Ericsson New IDC research highlights most in-demand job skills Sophos introduces enterprise-grade malware removal tool Symantec to buy Blue Coat for $4.7 billion to boost enterprise unit ZENVOLUTION | All there is to know about ASUS’ new devices Sony brings latest 'intelligent' Xperia X-Series smartphones to PH market GADGET REVIEW | Vivo's 'faster than faster' V3 Max COMPUTEX 2016 | ASUS Zenbo: The home companion robot is the next household gadget
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.
Many tablets have tried make a dent at Apple’s dominance in the tablet market but all of them failed. So, Google is taking the lead by partnering with Asus to build what could be potential contender against the iPad.
Sony’s latest flagship handset, the Xperia Ion, was launched this week. This Android smartphone with a 4.6-inch display is among the few handsets out there that has a variant that supports the much faster LTE network. Obviously, the Xperia Ion …
Announced back in 2011 during the Consumer Electronics Show, the Asus Padfone is a one-of-its-kind Android device: a smartphone, a tablet and a netbook all-in-one.
Asus Technologies unveiled several new tablets and ultrabooks during this year’s Computex 2012, Asia’s biggest computer technology trade show. YugaTech reports directly from Taipei.
After more than two months of waiting since it was revealed back in March, Apple has finally released the new iPad locally. So, is it time to step up? Yugatech tells us why you should, and should not pull out the cash right away.
The HTC One X is the very first Android smartphone to release a quad-core processor under its hood in the Philippines — and that alone has attracted a lot of attention to the handset,
Samsung has officially announced the Galaxy S3 smartphone in London on May 3 (that’s May 4 in Manila) and we were there to witness the unveiling of the successor to the most popular Android handset by the Korean manufacturer.
Samsung is finally unveiling its latest Galaxy powerhouse, which is rumored to be running on the company’s quad-core processor.