With the technology to beam console-quality games to any device, consumers would not have to spend the money for a $600 or $800 box, one analyst observes
'It’s nice seeing our Paydro users playing together during lunch time but if (you) don't know the answer, trust your gut. Sometimes it helps to not listen to the person next to you,' says Gian Javelona
The autonomous robot can correct itself in air to land tricks flawlessly. It is being designed for use in Disney theme parks, and potentially, Disney movies in the future
The 3 on-screen navigation buttons have been replaced with just one button
One hundred sixty Samsung Galaxy Home speakers powered the audio of the Samsung Unpacked presentation, the company says
The new Note tops out at a whopping P75,990 for the 512GB version
Will it be toppled by upcoming flagships from Samsung, Apple and Google in the final stretch of 2018?
Mainly an enterprise IoT solutions provider, the company is also partnering with local government units and schools nationwide to foster an IoT community in the country
More cell sites will be needed as 5G requires a denser network of towers to handle the traffic – a process called network densification
Tokens can either be a form of currency exclusively for use in a specific blockchain-based network or as a 'security' token denoting ownership of a real-life asset
Apple leads in the profits column by a mile with $48.4 billion in 2017. Microsoft comes in at a far second with $16.6 billion in its 2018 fiscal year, and Facebook at third with $15.9 billion
Nearing bankruptcy in 1997, Microsoft lends Apple a helping hand in the form of a $150M cash injection. About 21 years later, Apple becomes the first trillion-dollar company, surpassing its benefactor
It’s been awhile since we’ve seen a solid Spider-Man game. In this preview, we’ll be swinging in to see if this PS4 exclusive can return our friendly neighborhood Spider-Man to its former gaming glory.
Now's the good time to take a look at Facebook. If you have to use it, then do so with purpose...or at least the realization that social media is using you as much as you are using it.
Systems registrations requires companies to register their systems and processes that collect data from individuals
'Everything about Hillary Clinton had to be negative and you really had to tear into her. It was all about the leaked email, the corruption scandals, and the fact that she is super rich,' says a former Russian troll
The virtual reality simulation costs about $30 to $35 for 10 minutes, and lets players see, hear, smell, and feel the world of 'Star Wars'
This question has probably crossed the mind of every cellphone user trying to send one last text before the screen blinks off
It's the biggest wipeout in stock market history
Blockchain may be a key technology in modernizing the healthcare industry
To get a delivery via the 'little yellow horse,' the customer selects the desired products, taps in the address and pays via their phone
The chip industry faces a pivotal moment as hardware-side exploits cannot simply be fixed with software updates. Current chip engineering standards may need to be overhauled
The European Union's $5 billion anti-trust fine challenges the core of Google's Android licensing model, possibly leading to more expensive Android devices
Check out what we saw in our tour of Huawei’s Shenzhen headquarters, including a peek inside their campus, said to be over 140 hectares large
'Journalism's role as the 'gatekeeper' of what is and isn't news has always been controversial, of course. But we're now seeing just how bad things can get when that function breaks down,' says journalism professor John Huxford
The protection of user data now is necessary for the internet and its major services to evolve
Violeta, a mother of two, explains of her side job writing fake news for websites by saying, 'When one is hungry, one doesn't have the luxury to think about democratic progress'
Silicon Valley might become this generation's Detroit if it can't reverse its moral decline, writes a pair of US professors
If potentially hazardous asteroids are found years or decades before a potential collision, then a spacecraft can be used to nudge the asteroid to change its path so that a collision can be avoided, says astronomer
People spend more time with gadgets than with friends and romantic partners nowadays. We need to reclaim the happiness lost to digital activity, says one psychological scientist
While the $664,000 fine is small for a $584-billion company, ongoing probes by US bodies may lead to fines amounting to hundreds of billions of dollars
The UN special rapporteur on freedom of expression reports on how governments have cracked down on two key elements to expression in the digital age from 2015 to 2018
While the P20 doesn’t have the triple-camera setup of the P20 Pro, it’s still capable of shooting high-quality images packed with plenty of detail
Technology is designed to utilize the basic human need to feel a sense of belonging and connection with others
Google Duplex, the voice assistant that speaks like a human, is reportedly already in testing at a large, unnamed insurance company
Knowing threats exist is different from doing something about them. This leads to the major cybersecurity gap in the Philippines.
Employees of 3rd-party app developers may have read your Gmail. Here's why you should care and what you can do.
One design challenge is to keep a 5G phone compact in spite of its 11 antennae compared to 4G phones' 7
Having a data protection officer is now a requirement for any company that handles user data. Here's what companies and prospective data officers should know about the position
The search continues for the third telco while the PLDT-Globe duopoly tries to roll out more 4G cell sites and prepare for 5G
From a data leak that one security researcher said encompassed potentially nearly everyone in the US, to ways to further protect yourself against credit card fraud, it's our weekly roundup of cybersecurity stories!
Once the chip is underneath your skin, there is no longer any need to worry about misplacing a card or carrying a heavy wallet
In 2020, losses from card fraud are expected to reach $31 billion worldwide – a sharp rise from 2010 figures of $8 billion
Albano Thomallari transforms into an eSport athlete and finally gets his parents to embrace the sport
Shuhei Yoshida discusses some of their big games for the coming year and their mobile game studios, ForwardWorks
From bitcoin's silently powerful minority directing the value of the cryptocurrency to cyberattacks against Singapore during the Trump-Kim summit, it's your weekly roundup of Cybersecurity news
See for yourself and watch their trailers here
The mega-popular Square Enix-Disney mashup is still a charmer
The 'iPal' is among a slew of new tech unveiled at the Consumer Electronics Show Asia in Shanghai this week, offering education and company for lonely children and peace of mind for adults
It's Spider-man versus Super Mario and the gang at E3 2018!