GSMA recognizes Samsung’s innovative flagship device in Best Mobile Handsets and Devices category.
Netflix head Reed Hastings predicted Monday that mobile carriers will soon offer data plans that give users unlimited video streaming to meet the rising popularity of watching TV and movies on mobile devices.
In a first for the streaming industry, Amazon Studios and Netflix walked away with Oscars, underlining their emergence as major players in the entertainment business.
Netflix is “thrilled” that the documentary “The White Helmets” which it distributes about rescue workers in war-torn Syria picked up an Oscar, the head of the US video streaming service said Monday.
Chinese telecoms giant ZTE unveiled Sunday what it said is the world’s first smartphone compatible with the lightening-fast 5G mobile internet service that networks expect to have up and running by 2020.
BREAKING NEWS as of February 28, 2017 9:57 am MWC 2017 | Samsung Galaxy S7 feted as Best Smartphone MWC 2017 | Netflix boss predicts mobile operators will soon offer unlimited video Streaming industry in historic win at Oscars MWC 2017 | Mobile World Congress opens doors in Barcelona Netflix 'thrilled' with Oscar win for Syria documentary Emerson Network Power rebrands as Vertiv in PH Autodesk forecasts emerging high tech jobs in 2017 and beyond HP Enterprise buys US software startup for $650 mn Oracle opens start-up accelerator in Israel for cloud innovation Cyber security trends for 2017 Sony's α6500 mirrorless camera is an exceptional all-around performer WATCH | Apple strategy in 'smart home' race threatened by Amazon Palit releases GeForce GTX 1080 Dual OC Say hello to Huawei’s most powerful business phone yet – the Huawei Mate 9
Best time to stream video from Netflix is now.
It’s the latest latest addition to the series of compact, full-frame α7 cameras, the Sony α7S II is now available in the Philippines.
Consumerism is cool and all, but I can’t be changing my phone every year.
ERP is a critical technology element, especially in large enterprises, to piece together crucial processes that keep their organizations up and running — but choosing a business software is also like a scene out of “Dumb and Dumber”.
Imagine delivering 300Mbps LTE speeds with carrier aggregation—leading to performance and economic benefits of smaller sites, such as restaurants or coffee shops, with a future-proof platform and a compact, tablet-sized footprint.
The Dell Precision M3800 laptop workstation is designed for such demanding apps as CAD and 3D animation.
This is what it’s like using the Internet in the United States. This is one of the reasons to wonder if the National Security Agency (NSA) really does take data from social media.
In this side of the world where it is more important to put food on the table, information and communications technology (ICT) usually gets sidelined and muffled in a din of competing voices and competing needs.
For a lot of start-ups who build applications, one of the outreach efforts being carried out is to ask friends, peers, and influencers to test their sites.
We all know by now that the Philippines have one of the slowest Internet speeds in the ASEAN region — it is pretty hilarious to think that we’re going to be one of the few countries in the region that has free Wi-Fi everywhere.
Any organization or business strategic enough to know what the future holds for them — if gargantuan amounts of data are carefully and intelligently collected, analysed, optimized and utilized for its benefit and applied to whatever process or operation it is undertaking.
Staying competitive in this convoluted and challenging business environment is often regarded as an information
These days I’m much more inclined to think that Manila needs to become more international, especially where the arts are concerned.
The gadget world has officially declared Nokia as a dead brand.
Despite the long-standing criticisms over the purpose and the accuracy of the Special 301 Report on IPR of the US Trade Representative (USTR) — it took the Philippines 20 years to achieve the recognition.
The Jabra Pro 930 isn’t like any ordinary wireless headset you are accustomed to see.