Mark Caguioa could really spark some arguments. After the eighth-seed Barangay Ginebra San Miguel got eliminated by the top-seeded Talk ‘N Text Tropang Texters with a 97-84 drubbing in PBA’s quarterfinals Tuesday night, Caguioa took to Twitter to vent out his frustrations against his lackadaisical teammates.
How to have fun on a desolate island like Pag-asa? Keep the mind busy, for one.
Nintendo’s trailblazing Game Boy marks its 25th anniversary Monday with the portable device’s legacy living on in cutting-edge smartphone games and among legions of nostalgic fans.
Nasa’s small moon-orbiting spacecraft Ladee is no more. Flight controllers confirmed early Friday that Ladee crashed into the back side of the moon.
An unusual “Tweet-up” – a meeting of people who know each other on Twitter – involving an ambassador, an astronaut and a prime minister has taken place on a video-link between Japan and the International Space Station.
Millions of passwords, credit card numbers and other personal information may be at risk as a result of a major breakdown in Internet security revealed earlier this week.
Wearable tech is moving beyond a small group of early adopters and going mainstream. That’s the conclusion of market tracker IDC, which predicted sales of wearable tech items would triple this year to 19 million units worldwide, growing to 111.9 million by 2018.
Just because you can post anything in the social media channels does not mean you can, most especially with corporate accounts.
Sam Robinson said it’s been about 15 years since he last played the videogame Tetris on a Game Boy. On Saturday night, he played it on the side of a skyscraper.
Samsung celebrated a viral marketing coup Wednesday after a Boston Red Sox baseball star used one of its smartphones to snap a selfie at the White House with Barack Obama.
A new born puppy stuffed in a sack of dog food by a dog pound caretaker caught the attention of netizens, sparking outrage of many animal rights advocates.
A Chinese actor’s apology to his actress wife following rumors of his infidelity has set a record for comments and retweets on China’s version of Twitter.
Soon, the faces of the now top four fugitives in the country – Ruben Ecleo Jr., Reyes brothers, and Jovito Palparan – will be splashed on Facebook and Twitter.