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P21-B worth of items in PH homes ‘salable’ — survey

A new report commissioned by the country's largest online store,, estimates that there are around P21 billion worth of unused items stuck in Philippine households waiting to be sold.

PH leads Asean region in ‘advanced persistent threat,’ firm says

Although the Philippines topped the SEA region in having APT activities, it only ranked fifth among the ten APJ countries included in the report. Unlike other cyberattacks, APT bypass traditional defenses like firewalls, next-generation firewalls, IPS, anti-virus, and security gateways.

Death of print media imminent, says WordPress CEO

There may be no definite date yet but "print media is going away," according to Matt Mullenweg, co-founder and now CEO of the mainstream blogging platform WordPress.

As PC market slides, Acer PH looks for ‘solutions’

With the PC market continuing to decline, computer vendor Acer Philippines is shifting its focus on becoming a more solution-centric tech company.

Autodesk PH raring to exploit 3D design market

After a fruitful 2013 in which it was able to clinch major milestones, the local office of software maker Autodesk is now eager to capitalize on the booming 3D design market in the country.

IBM rolls out new cloud-optimized servers for PH biz

With the local market for cloud and analytics steadily climbing, IBM has officially rolled out in the Philippines the sixth iteration of its enterprise X-Architecture for System x and PureSystems servers.

VMware: There’s need to expand ‘market pie’ for virtualization

VMware Philippines country manager Emmanuel Portugal also shared the results of the latest VMware Cloud Index, which showed that cloud adoption in Asia-Pacific (APAC) region continues to progress and accelerate business transformation.

In ‘PC Plus’ era, Lenovo still bent on making PCs

Lenovo executives in the Philippines said that while products in the "PC Plus" era such as smartphones, phablets and tablets continue to outnumber personal computers, the China-based company is bent on protecting its PC production.

Lenovo PH touts world’s first multi-mode tablet with 18-hour battery life

Available in 8-inch and 10-inch versions, both tablets have three multi-mode features, namely the "hold, tilt and stand" modes.

Crowd-sourced fund drive for ‘Yolanda’ survivors exceeds P9-M target

From its original target of P9 million, the crowd-sourced fund campaign for survivors of Typhoon Yolanda has already collected over P10.3 million since its launch two weeks ago, organizers announced on Friday, Nov. 22.

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