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.
BREAKING NEWS as of March 23, 2017 2:14 am Google unveils tools to prevent ads alongside undesirable content FOCUS | Secrets from smart devices find path to legal system GADGETS | Quickie review: Focal Listen IBM launches enterprise-ready blockchain service Malaysia’s MYEG partners with Philippine I-Pay to bring e-services to PH govt Next-gen platform extends security from network to the cloud 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 GADGETS | Quickie review: Samsung WAM R1 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
Bless, O Lord, this food I’m about to eat…A cute dog prays before eating his dinner.
Putting Siri to the test. Work…walk…wall…f*ck….while?
Oh my, not again. Watch Christopher Lao make another mark in today’s social media pop culture.
Bad BlackBerry. For the last three days, the BlackBerry service has been hit by outages that started in India and the Middle East, then crossed to Africa, Europe and the Americas. Find out from this video what actually happened.
YouTube Philippines is here! Pop singer Charice Pempengco congratulates YouTube for the official launch of YouTube Philippines.
THANK YOU, STEVE JOBS. A tribute to Steve Jobs (February 24, 1955 – October 5, 2011), one of the greatest technology icons of our time, his life and career on video.
Steve Jobs changed the way our generation work, communicate and play. Here is his life in pictures.
DPWH inspects the world! It seems that inspecting the damage at the Manila Bay seawall along Roxas blvd. brought by super typhoon Pedring last Tuesday wasn’t enough for our hard-working officials at DPWH. Even our good friends on Facebook obviously felt the same way. So, here’s a slideshow of the gov’t executives’ incredible travels as they tirelessly examine what’s going on around the world — the virtual world that is.
Anderson Cooper cemented his career as one of CNN’s top broadcast journalists by taking on some of the most dangerous assignments all over the globe.
While the verdict is still out whether or not Andok’s latest series of commercials would rev up its sales (which was so quickly overshadowed by the juggernaut that is ‘Mang Inasal’), what is certain is that these are some of the funniest (and wittiest) in recent memory.
Due to insistent public demand, satirist, rockstar and over-all king of cool Lourd De Veyra finally gave his two cents on the plague that is planking via his almost sacrilegious show “Word of the Lourd”. THE Lourd may have failed to fully grasp the point of this latest Internet meme but he sure did succeed convincing us how stupid it is.
How to piss off Madonna? Give her a bunch of hydrangeas. How to make a funny 16 second viral video? Post her reaction online.
“All that Kevin Durant was a new pair of shoes,” says the description of this hilarious YouTube video. Enter Saturday Night Live’s Bill Hader and “Back to the Future” icon Christopher Lloyd into the picture and you have one of the zaniest advocacy plugs that will either tear you up in laughter or get you teary-eyed from ’80s nostalgia.
With all five powers combined—Earth, Fire, Wind, Water and Heart—planet earth’s only hope (for some inappropriate comedy) emerges: Don Cheadle. Far from being the friend-of-the-earth-hero, Cheadle as Captain Planet puts the mental in environmentalism. Not since Tolkien’s “Lord of the Rings” has there been any piece of jewelry that summoned so much (hysterical) evil on earth.
The latest widescale prank by YouTube legend Improv Everywhere has a bunch of excited vacationers hitting the beach in their prom wear, eliciting some odd stares from swimsuit-clad beach-goers.
The Taiwanese animators at Next Media are at it again. Watch out as Tea Party empress Michelle Bachmann attacks someone with a snowflake before launching a tsunami of hot tea against her critics in this so bad, it’s so good animation. Abandon all logic all those who enter.