Gadgets and Tech

Cybersecurity firm warns of more attacks vs PH amid sea dispute

The Philippines' ongoing dispute with China could trigger more attacks against the Philippines, according to cybersecurity firm FireEye. 

Internet speed now an election issue

Faster mobile internet has been unveiled in the country, as telcos promise to boost internet speed. But as this report tells us, only a few can feel that change.

Bradley's tumble lets fly Twitter memes

Many felt the need to let out their feelings after seeing American boxer Timothy Bradley roll over after being struck by a quick left from Manny Pacquiao during their fight, April 10. 

Future Perfect: 4 gadgets that may be worth your money

After they were revealed in Barcelona, several new gadgets are set to hit Philippine markets and a tech editor gives a rundown of what to expect.

Concept bike gives glimpse of Suzuki’s future GSX

Local motorcycle enthusiasts were given a hint of how the future Suzuki GSX is going to look like after Suzuki Philippines unveiled the “concept bike” during the Inside Racing Bikefest at the World Trade Center Manila.

Yes, there's a 'hidden' Facebook messenger inbox

You might be surprised at the messages waiting to be read after all these years.

YouTube Gaming app launched in PH

YouTube, the video sharing subsidiary of tech firm Google, is making its YouTube Gaming mobile app available to users in the Philippines, allowing gamers to watch, livestream, and share gaming-related content.

Apple expected to sell one billionth iPhone soon

Apple is expected to sell its billionth iPhone within the coming months.

LOOK: HP unveils world's thinnest laptop

Hewlett Packard (HP) has grabbed the title for the world's thinnest unveiled laptop.

Facebook tests tech to help blind people enjoy photos

MENLO PARK, United States - Facebook on Monday began using artificial intelligence to help people with visual impairments enjoy photos posted at the leading social network.