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Computers to soon mimic human senses, IBM says

In the next five years, computers will be able to mimic the human senses—in their own way see, smell, touch, taste and hear, according to IBM Corp.

In the next five years, computers will be able to mimic the human senses—in their own way see, smell, touch, taste and hear.

Posted: December 21st, 2012 in Gadgets,Latest Technology Stories | Read More »

Global tablet sales to top 100 million in 2012—survey

Samsung's new Galaxy Note 10.1 tablet. The global market for tablet computers will likely top 100 million in 2012, a research firm said Thursday, Aug. 23, 2012.  AP PHOTO/MARK LENNIHAN

The global market for tablet computers is extending its sizzling growth and will likely top 100 million in 2012, a research firm said Thursday.

Posted: August 24th, 2012 in Gadgets,Headlines,Latest Technology Stories | Read More »

Asia-Pacific PC sales seen growing 10% in ’12

One of the latest Lenovo PC products  PHOTO TAKEN FROM LENOVO.COM

Sales of personal computers (PC) continued to grow in 2011, despite supply challenges in the region and stiff competition from tablet computers in the consumer market.

Posted: January 23rd, 2012 in Headlines,Latest Technology Stories | Read More »

5-day weather outlook now available online

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Fretting your stay in Boracay, El Nido, Anilao or Puerto Galera will be rained out? Worry not. If you log onto the weather bureau’s website, you’ll be surprised to find a weather scenario in famous destinations not only for a day, but for five days. To help tourists plan their getaway, the Philippine Atmospheric Geophysical [...]

Posted: September 22nd, 2011 in Featured Gallery,Headlines,Infotech,Latest Technology Stories,Photos & Videos | Read More »

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  • NBP inmate takes female civilian as hostage
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  • Gunman in New Zealand kills 2, flees on bicycle
  • Sports

  • Marathon match OK, marathon no way—Errani
  • Belinda Bencic, 17, reaches US Open quarterfinals
  • Senators go to bat for PH sports
  • Down at half, US beats Turkey in Fiba World Cup
  • Gilas Pilipinas gives Greece a fight in close loss
  • Lifestyle

  • Japan confirms more dengue infections—officials
  • F. Sionil José issues list of recommended books
  • ‘If I Stay’: Young Adult novel on life and death now a movie
  • Because of heritage protest, DPWH halts Nueva Vizcaya road project
  • León to auction off pieces from distinguished collections
  • Entertainment

  • Googling yourself hurts, says Miley Cyrus
  • Screenings of Lav’s winning films set
  • Mark Gil passes away
  • Two acts that didn’t disapppoint–one of them Filipino
  • Apparent Hollywood hack attack nabs stars’ nude pix
  • Business

  • Century Properties to diversify into commercial leasing
  • SM Prime raises P20 billion from bond offer
  • DoubleDragon takes over mothballed Skysuites project
  • Korean Air introduces Tenth Airbus A380
  • Chinese e-commerce rivals challenge Alibaba
  • Technology

  • ALS Ice Bucket Challenge arrives in North Korea
  • ‘Internet fasting’—returning to the real world
  • PH ranks 8th in Ice Bucket Challenge participation
  • Google tests using drones to deliver goods
  • DigiTech conference, Best of Anime to keep September busy
  • Opinion

  • Aquino-SC standoff dangerous to balance of power
  • Editorial cartoon, September 01, 2014
  • Independent Sereno
  • What’s behind MRT-3’s problems
  • Just say no
  • Global Nation

  • On pullout of peacekeepers: Safety of PH troops paramount, AFP says
  • Azcuna vows help for Filipinos won’t end
  • RM awardees modern-day heroes, says Aquino
  • ‘Mad’ plan for educating kids
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