Google, which has seen a slew of companies withdraw ads after they appeared alongside extremist content, said Tuesday it was introducing new tools to give firms greater control.
Focal’s is bringing their extremely good sound quality to a wider range of consumers who are willing to pay the price.
International Business Machines Corp has launched a service that will allow businesses to build applications on its cloud using blockchain code from the Hyperledger Project, the cross-industry group led by the Linux Foundation.
I-Pay Ventures Commerce Ventures, Inc. (I-Pay) recently signed a joint-venture agreement with MY E.G. Services Bhd (MYEG) to enable government and large enterprises in the Philippines to offer a Payment Gateway and related value-added online services.
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Tech and financial analysts were puzzled by this acquisition, thinking Facebook must have paid too high a price for the messaging system.
Achieving better mobility with your notebooks is not only the boon for consumer devices nowadays.
What we are seeing is an influx of thinner offerings with a myriad of features targeted at the business
The first thing you do when you wake up in the morning is check your Twitter feed and your Facebook notifications for interesting developments while you were asleep.
The Internet in the Philippines turns 20 on March 29 so I look back on the impact it has had on me.
Topping my list of recent technology developments that have made the most impact on the lives of the Filipinos is the Internet.
An hour-long documentary of the publishing juggernaut of Jingle, the conduit, in pre-Internet Philippines, for all information about popular music, foreign, and popular, and the nexus for popular music culture.
In a city that relies on the strength of its public transportation system, the ability to easily navigate through the maze is important.
Despite the utter destruction and desolation, only a few hours after super-typhoonYolanda hit land, there was hope for the grief-stricken victims: NGOs on the ground were able to coordinate and execute their relief efforts using their computers and mobile devices.
Who would think that such a successful publicly listed technology firm turned itself into the “world’s largest startup”?
There have been a considerable jump in online retail transactions the past few years but studies have shown that online reach and minute spent per visitor from the Philippines to these retail sites are the lowest in the region.
What’s the next best thing after a fun and thrilling experience that changed the way you look at science? It’s the computing power behind these marvels that made it awesome.
Infotek columnist Miya David shares why in her stay in New York City, two big apples are a perfect match.
Here’s a rundown of sure fire first rate gadgets, so you won’t think twice on what to give to the naughty or nice.
While traditional media had captured it frame by frame, tale by tale, social media presented every story, from start to finish, also triggering humanity to instantly act the best they can.
The recent natural disasters has strengthen my belief that the Filipinos are truly resilient. We don’t let tragedies affect our daily lives and try to move on quickly and return to normal as fast as possible.
Dell’s Latitude 10, which is designed as a sturdy, robust tablet, has been touted as a replacement to office desktops and laptops, having comparable computing power ready for primetime.