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Never get lost as you discover the world using the new Google Maps. Take a quick tour with us on this brief hands-on.
Google revealed the changes and improvements to its social network Google+ at the three-day soiree known as Google I/O. Google+ will have 41 new features that include a smart Photo tool, a new Hangouts app, and various tweaks for a better Google+ stream.
In partnership with Intel, HP Philippines staged Synergy. The said event showcased HP's array of latest printers, tablets, and PC, and recognized the efforts of its business partners in helping the company fortify its market stronghold in the country.
Equipped with dedicated memory and faster clock speeds, NVIDIA's latest array of discrete GPU (dGPU) solutions under the GeForce GT 600 graphics card series provide better computing and gaming experience than integrated GPUs (iGPUs). Learn more about GeForce dGPUs inside.
Months after the release of the new version of 3DMark benchmark for desktop and notebook GPUs, Futuremark recently launched 3DMark for Android devices. Here is our take on the new application.
With the Mobile World Congress 2013 ending recently, check out the highlights of the latest smartphones and tablets preview we had, and have a quick look back at the big revelations for the mobile industry in 2013.
The Smart Wireless Engineering Education Program (SWEEP) is an annual industry-academe partnership that seeks to improve the level of technology and engineering education in the Philippines. This year, student groups from different colleges developed an app that are both innovative and useful.
Futuremark's latest version of its 3DMark benchmarking software is now available. In this article, we take a look at what this new release can offer and how current graphics cards respond to its set of tests.
Originally designed for businesses, Microsoft has now made the subscription-based Office 365 available for home and school use. What’s changed, and can you still get the traditional, boxed copies of Office 2013 in the stores? We answer these questions and more in this FAQ.
RIM rebrands itself as BlackBerry to completely prevent further confusion and launches the highly-anticipated BB10. Along with this, it also announces two new devices. Here's a sneak peek of what happened during the launch.