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MediCard jumps into the cloud via IBM platform

Using the IBM SmartCloud Object Storage, MediCard will be able to upload, share, and access data of any size from across the globe.

SC declines to issue TRO on CF cards contract for 2013 polls

The Supreme Court has denied the petition for a TRO on the implementation of the contract of the winning bidder in the supply of CF cards for the May midterm elections.

New phones, OS boost BlackBerry?s comeback bid

BlackBerry will need to execute every part of its playbook perfectly during the next 12 months. If BlackBerry fails in any phase, it will be ?game over? for the company?s comeback story.

Analyst: BlackBerry 10 looks distinct, but?

As Canada-based Research in Motion (RIM) shed off its old name and adopted BlackBerry as its corporate brand, it also launched on Wednesday, Jan. 30, its new operating system BlackBerry 10 and a couple of handsets running on the new OS.

Senate approves bill penalizing Internet tappers, cable TV pilferage

The Senate on Monday passed on third and final reading a bill prohibiting cable television and Internet tapping and penalizing offenders with imprisonment or a fine.

PH software group bares new officers

The trade organization is eyeing to achieve $3 billion in industry revenues by 2016.

Google pulls off surprise with unveiling of new PH office

HITTING THE POT. Photo shows (from left) Narciso Reyes, Google Philippines country manager, Usec. Manuel Quezon III of the Presidential Communications and Development and Strategic Planning Office, and Julian Persaud, Google Southeast Asia managing director, aim for the Google-themed pot during the ceremonial pot breaking ceremony to formally launch Google Philippines in Taguig City on Wednesday.

China unveils its first high-end server

The Tiansuo K1 System, a server developed by Shangdong-based Inspur Group Co., made its debut in Beijing after four years of research and development costing 750 million yuan (about $120 million).

Solons call for lower broadband rates as poll shows 79% of Pinoy homes without Internet

Two members of the House urged telecommunication companies to lower their broadband service rates so more Filipinos can have Internet access at their homes to help them in their information needs for education, business, and other personal uses.

Comelec issues rules for online campaign

For the first time in the country?s history, the Commission on Elections has included the Web or online media as one of the areas where it would regulate election-related spending.

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