#HackSociety winner AI4GOV wants local governments to use artificial intelligence to improve delivery of services. They also want to empower LGUs to champion digital methods
Here's a quick roundup of tips for getting off the ground when starting your own YouTube channel
This year, the number of smartphone users in the world is expected to pass 3 billion
Panelists Noemi Lardizabal Dado, Kenneth Surat, and Mark Macanas discuss the history of blogging and the rise of social media, the advent of monetization, and some tips for aspiring content makers
These iAcademy students won in the 'Peace' category of #HackSociety 2018
Gatebox, the company that produces the hologram devices, issues a 'marriage certificate,' which certifies that a human and a virtual character have wed 'beyond dimensions'
San Diego State University psychology professor Jean Twenge sees smartphones and social media as raising an unhappy, compliant generation of teens and adults
Tech leaders present potential business solutions at MSI's CXO Innovation Summit as the information age's data explosion continues
Only 3 out of 10 high schools in the Philippines have a science laboratory. #HackSociety winner, team BTBox, is looking to address the problem by making portable, affordable lab kits that high school students can use
The speed that 5G promises may unlock a new role for the smartphone as we know it
5G adoption will be driven first by the enterprise as 5G phones are expected to be too expensive in the early stages
The said promotional materials were put up in conjunction with a Smart event announcing the telco’s plans to deploy their first 5G cell site in the city
Learn more about privacy impact assessments and data protection impact assessments, and how they help foster mindfulness about data compliance in companies and organizations
Get ready for a different kind of gaming experience
The device flaunts a triple rear camera setup which consists of a 12MP, 20MP, and 3D camera
As scholars who have studied traditional and blockchain-based voting, we believe that while blockchains may help with some specific issues, they can’t fix the basic problems with internet voting. In fact, they could make things worse.
Facebook and its WhatsApp messenger service are in the spotlight for being used in disinformation trafficking
It's been nearly 10 years since bitcoin first came on the scene. Here's what you need to know about its development.
How Facebook video's shifting algorithms and undisclosed discrepancies hurt advertisers and publishers alike
Smart releases its iPhone Xs and Xs Max packages shortly after Globe releases theirs
Mainstream adoption may lower cost of remittances, extend financial inclusion to the unbanked, and accelerate digital commerce
Globe releases their postpaid rates for Apple's new iPhones
Huawei's new consumer products for the final quarter of the year have been announced
The author believes human rights and dignity would suffer if artifiical intelligence is given personhood under the law for a number of a reasons
The movie's infamous computer HAL is both Alexa and Siri – but much better
In this Q&A, we discuss the learnings of RiskIQ, which has been tracking Magecart operations for the past few years
Rappler talks to the National Privacy Commission's complaints and investigations chief, Francis Acero, about what penalties Facebook may face in light of the September 2018 hack
So far, these are the things that Facebook has revealed about their security failure
'The perfect search engine would be like the mind of God,' Google co-founder Sergey Brin has once said
Spray-on antennas may bring connectivity to a new range of objects
Mistakenly thinking each friend request has come from a real person may cause people to accept friend requests simply to be polite and not hurt someone else’s feelings
While Facebook continues to investigate, here are a few key steps to take to protect yourself from further potential exposure to risks
Papertronics can be particularly useful in remote areas with limited resources because they’re powered by bacteria that can inhabit even the most extreme of conditions and break down nearly any material to produce electrons
More and more, Facebook may try to funnel more Instagram users, known for being a younger demographic, onto its main platform
The Philippine Institute for Development Studies' report lays out the landscape of jobs in the Philippines as automation threatens to displace workers
According to a report by the World Economic Forum, here are primary considerations when it comes to the future of work in the age of automation
33% of all online stores have been hacked at least once since 2015, according to Dutch security researcher Willem De Groot
Here are 4 simple steps to take in case you've been involved in a data breach
The Information and Democracy Commission is a global initiative launched by Reporters Without Borders to build a formal multi-sectoral approach to combating misinformation and disinformation in the digital age
Huawei’s upcoming flagship, the Mate 20, is rumored to have an extremely small teardrop notch and a square camera module.
A trio of Japan's best creative minds craft a masterpiece whose biggest fault is that it sticks to tradition a little bit too much
'NBA 2K19' continues to excel but microtransactions also continue to rule the day in online career modes
Current internet cable systems may have less than a decade to adapt to the changing global climate
Trolls take advantage of weaknesses in society, and the fix involves not just technological means but more so educating people
The most contested aspect of the bill, Article 13, will require content sharing sites to deploy tools that harshly filter out copyrighted material from user posts
Steve Nash introduces the Homecourt app, which tracks a basketball player's shots and other factors such as release angle and leg angle
Check out Apple's announcements at a glance!
Apple is livestreaming its keynote on Twitter for the first time ever!