Technology has made students shun libraries and do research on their gadgets instead, say the teachers. They're banking on the DOST's Starbooks learning stations to change that.
The government says the planned Luzon Bypass Infrastructure will have 'spectrum equivalent to at least two million Mbps,' nearly equal to the combined capacity of Globe and PLDT
Entrepreneurs and innovators share tips and insights to millennials on how to effectively implement their inventions
But the group argues participation of the US and Japan in the 31st ASEAN Summit will bring in projects that support coal dependency in the discussion table
The proposal 'significantly undervalues Qualcomm relative to the company's leadership position in mobile technology and our future growth prospects,' Paul Jacobs, Qualcomm's executive chairman, says in a statement
[EXCLUSIVE] 'I do think it's terrible when people don't know what the truth is,' former US secretary of state Madeleine Albright tells Rappler's Maria Ressa
Apple's CEO reiterates that social media is being 'used to divide people, to manipulate people, to get fake news to people in broad numbers, and so, to influence their thinking'
In her speech, Rappler CEO and Executive Editor Maria Ressa talks about how the excuse of free speech is 'being used to stifle free speech' today
Some of the latest 2017 TV models from LG, Samsung, and Sony are among the ones that Netflix has certified to provide an optimal audio-visual experience
Families of young PWDs are prioritized in this project because they are in most need of a decent house
The once-ailing electronics giant and PlayStation console maker is eyeing a net profit of 380 billion yen ($3.4 billion) for the fiscal year to March 2018, compared to the previous 369.4 billion yen record a decade ago
'Maybe the results reflect how academic institutions all over the country are gearing themselves to produce competent professionals through quality education,' says Lovelle Rhoy Cariño Manpatilan of the Mindanao State University- Iligan Institute of Technology
DTI leads the biggest government-initiated startup event in the Philippines and the ASEAN region
The app may be an alternative learning tool for children who currently don't have access to traditional schools in conflict-hit areas
The Department of Information and Communications Technology (DICT) presents band-aid solutions to address the country's need for more cellular towers
From 8 Philippine universities in 2016, only 6 make it to the latest Quacquarelli Symonds Asia University Rankings
Labor unions claim this is a form of ‘union busting’ since companies do not have sufficient reason for shutdown
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If scientists are able to safely produce 'interferon beta,' a type of protein used to treat illnesses such as multiple sclerosis and hepatitis, by rearing the hens, the price of the drug could fall significantly
The Swiss-sponsored health technology contest is an opportunity to showcase solutions to improve healthcare today
Bathala, a stove that converts released heat energy to electrical energy while cooking, also provides light to indigenous peoples' homes
'Allegations of corruption and interference are too significant to ignore, especially in the midst of the most ambitious government information technology (IT) project in history,' says Senator Leila de Lima
After conceding their first game of the season, the reigning champions went on to win the rest of their 11 games for an 11-1 win-loss record
President Rodrigo Duterte cites complaints that ex-DICT chief Rodolfo Salalima was 'partial' because he was a Globe executive
Security risks in the Philippines, particularly the ongoing Marawi crisis, are causing headwinds in the business process outsourcing industry
Embedded medical devices will continue to be vulnerable to cybersecurity threats
A spokeswoman says Facebook is aware that Rohingya activists are using the site to draw attention to the violence, and that it intends to allow non-graphic content to remain online
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'China's Google' seeks to focus on artificial intelligence, investing heavily in the sector
(UPDATED) President Rodrigo Duterte says Salalima offered to leave his post due to 'conflict of interest'
Arellano nabs solo second in Group B with a 3-1 record and solidifies their campaign for a semifinals slot
'When we post something, think of the welfare of others. Think of the positive energy it can create. Think of the people who will be inspired. Think of a society that you want to have.'
The winning idea for this year's #HackSociety is LawKo – a social media chatbot that aims to bridge the gap between the Philippines' legal processes and the ordinary Filipino
National Privacy Commissioner Raymund Liboro stresses the importance of the right of everyone to have their private information secure
'When we talk about innovation, it does not have to be complicated,' says 3M Philippines managing director Ariel Lacsamana
The recent deadlock between LTFRB and companies Grab and Uber reflects the challenges encountered by innovators clashing with government regulators
Watch the 2017 Manila Social Good Summit and join the discussion on how innovation should leave no one behind
Watch the #InspireCourage segment at the 2017 Manila Social Good Summit
The two-day ideathon aims to crowdsource 'hacks' or innovative solutions to today's pressing social problems
This year’s Accenture Program the Future winners are gearing up to change the world, one app at a time.
The 2017 Manila Social Good will explore the purpose of innovation and will push back to the center stage the massive and urgent needs that the society faces
With the partnership EMQ users can now send funds to GCash account holders
The Department of Finance is cooperating with the Department of Information and Communications Technology on the system which it expects to be fully operational by 2021
Minerva designed by students from Lyceum of the Philippines aids the visually impaired by describing the objects around them
The Internet Mobile and Marketing Association of the Philippines IMMAP will hold their 3 day Digital Congress DigiCon on October 11 to 13 at the Philippine International Convention Center PICC
A global survey released by the World Economic Forum shows millennials have an optimistic outlook on the impact of technology on job creation
Coco Alcuaz speaks with AIM President and Dean Jikyeong Kang and her first recruit, Erika Legara about the school's bid for leadership in data science
Tech startups are emerging around Myanmar s commercial capital Yangon many seeking to improve the lives of rural people most of whom still live without paved roads or electricity
It was a tough day for the Cebu Institute of Technology University hoops teams who fell to Southwestern University Phinma in the college and high school divisions
If we continue to push for solutions that only benefit a fraction of the public then we continue to be part of the problem