Rappler's latest stories on technology
The Department of Science and Technology is working with UP-PGH and the Philippine Coconut Authority to conduct clinical studies
The DOST and the UP National Institutes of Health Project will prioritize 1,300 kits – good for 26,000 tests – to be distributed to 6 hospitals in Metro Manila, Baguio, Cebu, and Davao
PRESS RELEASE: 5,917 passers qualified as scholars under the RA 7687 Scholarship Program, while 3,871 qualified for the DOST-SEI Merit Scholarship Program
PRESS RELEASE: The Junior Level Science Scholarship Program is intended for incoming third year college students who are enrolled in priority science and technology courses
According to the National Academy of Science and Technology, mathematical modeling studies in epidemiology 'may help us better understand how the epidemic will evolve'
Rappler Hustle shares the stories of women who have made a name for themselves in finance, game development, physics, and tech
After this pandemic, the gap between the rich and the poor will still remain
A controversial gunshot detection system used by police departments in over 100 US cities raises questions about how technology is deployed by law enforcement
'Before we even know we are being distracted by something, another distraction comes along'
How has the coronavirus changed the technology sector in recent weeks? Here's a rundown of just what's happened.
The US Justice Department says Anming Hu hid his ties to Beijing University of Technology while he taught and did research at University of Tennessee, Knoxville
'I realized that online learning is not exactly a worst case scenario'
The US Justice Department is taking aim at a number of Chinese nationals for allegedly stealing industrial and other secrets to boost China's economy and defense sectors
Globe says the call with Thailand's AIS lasted more than 3 minutes, and is done without a glitch
The school's president Joyce Brown issues the apology after a catwalk featuring models wearing large prosthetic red lips, ears and bushy eyebrows was branded racist
PRESS RELEASE: The contest is open to all Filipinos who may join as individuals or in groups
Bakit nga ba lumobo ang confidential funds ng DICT?
The Honasan-Rio scuffle exposes the trend in bloated intelligence funds that support anti-people activities, including spying on private citizens
The DICT, under scrutiny for its questionable release of P300 million in confidential funds in 2019, gets an even bigger sum than the government's anti-drug agency in 2020
'My resignation has not yet been approved by the President. I could not leave my post until my resignation is accepted by him,' Rio tells Rappler in a text message
Former DICT undersecretary Eliseo Rio Jr dares the agency to reveal the results of the P300-million confidential operation that supposedly dealt with cybersecurity threats
The Department of Information and Communications Technology says laws allow it to conduct 'lawful monitoring and surveillance,' in the face of cyber threats
Undersecretary Eliseo Rio resigns over the issue of confidential and intelligence funds
From misinformation to supply chain disruption, here's how the virus is affecting the tech industry
Rio has yet to address reports that he allegedly left after finding corruption within the agency
PRESS RELEASE: Graduate students from the 3 ASEAN member states may pursue their masters and doctorate degrees in various fields of science and engineering at partner universities
Students from Mindanao State University win the contest with their entry about witnessing the effect of the armed conflict in Marawi in 2017 and their wish for peace and solidarity in the city
How can we design Marine Protected Areas that both effectively conserve endangered ecosystems and respect the rights of established fishing communities?
The Commission on Audit says based on the validation of the loan program, the beneficiaries are either dead, have no capacity to pay, or can no longer be located
Dito Telecommunity, the Philippines' 3rd major telco, says it is 'on track' for its July 2020 rollout
From these, 3D visualizations of geographic features and buildings can be created, as well as how the affected areas looked like before the volcanic eruption
A group of Londoners defy security cameras by walking through the city in surreal face paint
There are now more avenues for technology to be used justifiably in 'evil' ways because technological innovation appears to have charged forward towards the growth of social injustice
'There are possibilities available, we are working with (US Treasury Secretary) Steven Mnuchin. I made several proposals to him,' French Finance Minister Bruno Le Maire says
Technology should be the first responder, and sometimes the sacrificial part, that provides society with the means to get through disasters with as few casualties as possible
Asked if the intelligence-sharing relationship between the UK and US could be harmed by Huawei developing Britain's 5G, MI5 director general Andrew Parker says, 'I've no reason today to think that'
Kakayanin ko bang walang internet? Kaya ko naman, kinaya, wala namang masamang nangyari sa akin maliban sa technological anxiety at, siguro, ang FOMO.
But agencies are yet to digitize their data that will be uploaded to the newly-launched National Justice Information System (NJIS)
Technology is meant to showcase how scientific advancements can make a positive impact. It needs to help solve bigger problems than the question of how to fit more pixels on a screen.
Science Secretary Fortunato de la Peña says DOST has started to promote their technologies in specific forums catering to different sectors, technologies, and products
As a world in climate crisis enters a new decade, here are 5 major trends that will shape society and business in the coming year
The deadline for submissions of MECO-TECO SSP applications is on January 15, 2020
Rappler looks back at the videos that shaped the year that was
Rappler reporters share the most-read stories they’re proudest of
Majority of the claims debunked by Rappler came in the form of simple text and graphics, such as false captions, articles, and quote cards
Facebook faces a number of incidents that compromised users' privacy. Here's how they dealt with the controversies in the last 10 years.
Here are the stories that struck the Mind Movers of the Mind Museum in 2019
Remember when reactions were limited to likes, the Timeline was the Wall, notifications were filled with Farmville requests, and getting 5 likes for your status update was already a huge feat?
8 history-makers in politics, climate and humanitarian activism, music, and astronomy who were unknown in 2018