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Mention a Walkman, cassette player or a transistor radio and your children look at you like you’re a dinosaur.


More schools take to open source DESPITE the lack of a state policy on free and open source software, a number of government agencies have made inroads in promoting its use in schools, a top information technology official said last week.


Pointwest Technologies: UP-Ayala Techno Hub’s first software developer locator By Ike Suarez, Correspondent, Manila Times


The vision of Iloilo to be an Information Technology (IT) hub in this part of the world is just in the hands of its leaders.


The research studies made by experts on the physical and mental health hazards of mobile phones and hi-tech equipment, including computers, have yielded important findings about “cyberbullying.”


Science, math portal for teachers goes live By MELVIN G. CALIMAG – Manila Bulletin


The Philippines desperately needs a stronger government body established by law to oversee development of information and communications technology (ICT) in the country.


Manila – Celsus Lumibaw Kintanar, a 27 year old Filipino, won the third place in the recently concluded Topcoder International Software Component Design Competition held at Mirage Hotel, Las Vegas, Nevada May 11 to 16, 2008.


As netbooks and subnotebooks battle it out in the low-cost PC notebook arena HP brings Mini-Note just in time for school opening By Jing Garcia, Tech Times Editor


A New Zealand teenager was convicted Tuesday for his central role in a global cyber crime ring which infected at least 1.3 million computers worldwide and caused millions of dollars in losses.

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