Dubbed the Smart TXTBKS campaign, condensed textbooks and workbooks used by students into 160-character messages that were then inserted in Smart SIM cards and distributed to several public schools in the Philippines.
Researchers at the University of Tokyo are using cells to fold microscopic origami shapes.
In an exceptional year for tech innovation, not every idea had the brightest bulb. Find out which ones were the absolute worst.
2013 will bring a number of trends to the mainstream including 3D printers and a new wave of video game consoles.
With its HD camera and built-in editing, the Iphone 5 is behind some surprisingly sophisticated new videos.
Hoax video of eagle snatching child gets millions of hits on YouTube.
A company in Washington state is developing wireless technology that delivers electricity via laser beams.
Hewlett-Packard could be worth almost twice as much broken up and how carving up the tech icon could spare CEO Meg Whitman from a messy turnaround battle.
The loss-making Japanese game console maker needs a hit to lift its fortunes. Could the Wii U be it?
Nintendo’s new Wii U console is racking up stellar sales but competing for the same audience as with tablets and smartphones.
Can Intel go from being king of the PC market to a master of mobile?
British-based scientists have created a prototype grid of tilting televisions which they believe offers viewers the ultimate in 3D viewing.
After yet another top executive departure, there are new questions about the company’s ability to get past internal politics and focus on innovation.
John McAfee, who became famous for his antivirus computer software, is wanted for questioning in connection to a murder in Belize.
Apple is rolling out products as it deals with management shake-ups, supply chain snarls and increased competition prompting some of its biggest shareholders to sell.
The most powerful sky-mapping instrument ever built is about to embark on a far-reaching survey of deepest space to find evidence of the theoretical force called Dark Energy.
Scientists in Chile are eagerly awaiting the opening of the world’s most sophisticated telescope next year, which they say will reveal answers to many questions about the origins of the universe.