By hosting majority of government websites under a centralized server, the iGovPhil Project will be able to implement stricter security measures and monitor government websites that are under attack, thwarting hackers.
Spanish researchers are developing a low cost Global Positioning System (GPS), designed to overcome the so-called ”canyon effect” of inner-city driving.
Police and fire-fighters may soon have a new tool for assessing dangerous situations before taking action.
A U.S. company has created a blueprint to create gun parts using a 3D printer.
Chipmaker Qualcomm distributed a clever, entertaining video that illustrates the expansive and integrated role of mobile for the “Born Mobile” generation.
An implant attached to the retinas of people blinded by Retinitis Pigmentosa is allowing them to see, in many cases, for the first time in years.
The University of Chicago suggested sites like Facebook are more addictive that alcohol and cigarettes. Social media addiction has become an official condition.
Our resident tech columnist Al Dimanlanta share’s the photos he took inside the Muscone Center West where all the four-day iActivities happened.
A British company is offering a safe and efficient alternative to the dangerous kerosene lamps that are in wide use throughout the developing world.
BlackBerry unveils its long-delayed new devices, but a later-than-expected U.S. launch could derail the product before it even gets in consumers’ hands.
Microsoft needs a new CEO who understands the Facebook generation and will sell the company’s consumer devices like the Xbox and Surface tablet, says a former Microsoft executive.
The wheelchair-bound are set to receive a boost with new technology that allow them to stand upright.
Finnish mobile phone maker Nokia plans to axe its annual dividend payment for the first time in over 20 years to shore up its cash position as it tries to orchestrate a turnaround.
The word’s first flexible computer made of paper has been unveiled at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.
Companies are promoting 4K TV’s at the Consumer Electronics Show — hoping the evolution of HD TV’s will spike demand.
Take a quick tour through CES, the annual techie heaven that this year features 4K TVs and self-driving cars.