Umbrella is a 'risk encyclopedia' that helps teach activists, human rights defenders, journalists, and others how to stay safe online and offline
The statement offers no reason for the shutdown, but its rapid rise and fall highlights the fast-moving nature of social media applications.
Getting from point A to point B in Metro Manila is not a comfortable task. Grab's newest service, GrabShare, aims to do something about that
Hater wants to make 'serious online dating more approachable by replacing cumbersome surveys and bios with a fun, alternative way to express your personality'
Sapio aims to match users to others with similar intelligence and interests
The number of Chinese applying for a tourist visa to the Philippines rises to 1,400 daily
The suit, initially filed in late 2011, seeks hundreds of millions of dollars in damages based on the reasoning that the lack of competition pushed app prices higher
There are many worthy applications you can spend your time on, but we've narrowed our list of must-keep apps for 2017
The app, which will arrive in 2017, is said to be designed to engage today's mobile generation
Interminable queues, impenetrable paperwork, unpronounceable words – the hurdles for any newcomer to Germany can be daunting, but now there's an app for that
The company will, instead, continue to focus its efforts on the new version of Messenger, 'with a goal of delivering the best experience to our users'
The Department of Foreign Affaris imposes a new rule after finding out that 47% of passport applicants end up as ‘no-shows’ every day
The popular reality television show is looking for contestants for Season 5
'We want to save our forests – development should continue but we can't let it destroy our environment'
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Blendle, the payments platform backed by The New York Times and German publisher Axel Springer, says its service in the US would offer articles from Time Inc., The Wall Street Journal and The Washington Post, among others
Free-to-play Miitomo allows players to create their own Mii avatars, customize their outfit through in-app purchases and interact with characters created by other people or friends
With or without Internet access, Booky makes the task of finding the perfect place to dine in a lot easier
Aside from the app's release, The Mind Museum is also slashing ticket prices till March 31 for those who show the downloaded app on their devices at the ticketing booth
Plans for this year include doing more to enable businesses and services to connect with people using Messenger, according to Facebook
Microsoft Selfie 'takes age, gender, skin tone, lighting, and many other variables into account, applies different models automatically and finishes enhancement with just a single click'
The Dropbox team says it would take what it's learned from Carousel and Mailbox to create a better user experience
Contact the nearest emergency authorities - Hospital, Police Station, or Fire Station - with a tap of a finger
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This latest round of funding comes from GREE Ventures, Koh Boon Hwee, Wavemaker Partners (DFJ Network), Dennis Goh, and Ivan Yeo of YSS Capital
Uber B.V., a Netherlands-based entity with no US operations and which isn't part of the suit, is the company the alleged assailant had a contract with, asserts Uber US
A free YouTube Kids app tailored for Android-powered devices and "built from the ground up with little ones in mind" is set to hit the Google Play store on Monday, February 23
9to5Mac shows screenshots of various options, such as the ability to mirror iPhone notifications and PIN locks for Apple Watch security
The Singapore government's app displays the locations of available taxis from the state's 28,000-strong registered taxi fleet, but does not allow bookings to be made
Unsanctioned mobile applications that basically hack into Snapchat have apparently been gathering copies of messages for years, storing them at a computer or computers online
The Transparency International's youth camp is an excellent opportunity for participants to learn about anti-corruption work
Help young change-makers create a better world for women and girls
After its success in Thailand, a recently-launched English-language version of the game aims to spread the message in other Asian countries affected by floods, such as the Philippines
Seer Technologies' Tom Taps app provides kids with autism with new ways to express their thoughts and emotions using technology
"I am sorry 'Flappy Bird' users, 22 hours from now, I will take 'Flappy Bird' down. I cannot take this anymore"
Will Jelly reinvent question and answer apps into empathy boosters?
Albay Representative Al Francis Bichara, who chairs the House foreign affairs committee, says this will especially benefit Filipinos in far-flung areas
A fraction of iOS 7 users are kept from using iMessage because of a bugu. Apple says an upcoming update to iOS 7 will resolve this issue.
It's currently not clear whether Mauritania Attacker acquired the details by accessing Twitter or hacking into a third-party service
The DOTC will hold a competition to make a new transit application to help Metro Manila motorists and commuters
'The revised target of $718 million will likely be surpassed,' says Mines and Geosciences Bureau Director Leo Jasareno
The DFA will be setting up a nationwide appointment system and a dedicated call center for passport applicants
Globe users will soon be able to charge Blackberry application purchases to their phone bills