Gadgets and Tech

Speed test for mobile devices set

kinakasa na ng National Telecommunications Commission ang pagsukat sa bilis ng internet sa mga mobile device.

Remix Mini: World's first Android PC

Here's a look at the world's first personal computer that runs on Android.

Lack of net access hampers e-learning in PH, says educ guru

Lack of Internet access remains the biggest challenge in utilizing electronic learning facilities in the Philippines, according to futurist Elliott Masie. 

On Twitter, Pinoy men like sports, women like holidays

Microblogging service provider Twitter revealed distinct characteristics and preferences of Filipinos using the platform after recent study about the country’s user behavior.

LOOK: Pia gets surprise from Final Fantasy makers

Miss Universe 2015 Pia Wurtzbach, who admitted to being a fan of Final Fantasy, got a surprise on Tuesday from the makers of the Japanese role-playing video game. 

LOOK: New game lets Leonardo DiCaprio chase elusive Oscar

As Leonardo DiCaprio wins acting trophies left and right, many are wondering if he will finally get his elusive Oscar.

Pinoy-made video game turns 'Super Mario' into a villain

The advent of home console gaming over three decades ago saw millions of people worldwide falling in love with a heroic plumber who needs to navigate his way through pipes and a variety of creatures to save a kidnapped princess

Mga estudyanteng Pinoy, sasabak sa eco-marathon

Masusubok ang husay ng mga estudyanteng Pinoy sa eco-marathon na lalahukan din ng pinakamagagaling na kabataan sa Asia-Pacific region.

Online display of affection: A sign of insecurity?

The integration of social media in the everyday lives of people is so immense that some people will post almost anything and everything about their lives, including, of course, love

App shakes up earthquake science by turning users into sensors

NEW YORK (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Smartphones could become the makeshift quake detectors of the future, thanks to a new app launched Friday designed to track tremors and potentially save the lives of its users.