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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.

SC puts podcast of Cybercrime oral arguments on its website

Keeping up with the times, the Supreme Court has made the unprecedented move to put in its official website the audio recordings of the oral arguments on the Cybercrime Law it held this week.

Comelec secures PCOS machines in Cabuyao warehouse

The Comelec has ordered an investigation into reports that some persons allegedly tinkered with the conveyor area of the PCOS machines in the Cabuyao warehouse.

As Cybercrime Law fate hangs, Angara seeks changes in problematic provisions

On the same day that the Supreme Court heard oral arguments on the constitutionality of RA 10175 or the Anti-Cybercrime Prevention Act of 2012, its main author held a press conference to push for the removal and changes in key provisions of the controversial law.

Gov?t urged to invest more in CCTVs, crime labs

Noting the recent spate of gun-related violence in the country, Senate minority leader Alan Peter Cayetano has urged the government to install more CCTV cameras and to upgrade the crime laboratories of the police force.

IBM tops US patent list for 20th straight year

Tech giant IBM has announced that it received a record 6,478 patents in 2012 -- the 20th consecutive year that the company topped the annual list of US patent recipients.

Intel gearing up to recover lost ground

ON THE COMEBACK TRAIL. Intel Philippines country manager Ricky Banaag makes a point during in a recent yearend briefing held in Makati City. After stumbling in the wireless space, Intel is eager to regain its dominance back with a new strategy that spans the entire mobility spectrum.

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