Day: August 19, 2014

Internet stakeholders in PH, Asia Pacific urged to migrate to IPv6

As addresses using IPv4 (Internet Protocol version 4) begin to run out, technology investors and stakeholders in the Philippines and Asia Pacific are being urged to transition to IPv6 in order to maintain a scalable Internet for the region.

Consumer 3D printing more than 5 years away — Gartner

3D printing is evolving rapidly, although many technologies are still five to 10 years away from mainstream adoption. Consumer adoption will be outpaced by business and medical applications that have more compelling use cases in the short term, according to analyst firm Gartner.

Huawei starts selling Honor 3X, 3C phablets in PH

Chinese tech firm Huawei has introduced in the country two Android-powered phablets under the Honor brand line — the the Honor 3X (a.k.a. Ascend G750) and the Honor 3C. Both feature dual-SIM connectivity.

Bill seeks installation of solar panels in public schools without electricity

The installation of 200 watts solar panels in selected classrooms or facilities will ensure that all schools nationwide will have power to energize basic teaching tools such as computers, printers and other laboratory equipment enabling them to deliver the same degree of quality teaching as other schools to improve the quality of education.

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