Legit gaming: cheaper than piracy

Digital piracy is said to be a battle of convenience—your participation or your opposition is decided on how easy it is to commit the crime.

Waiting for our ride on The Third Platform

An opinion on the future of the local computing scene

Apps and downs

Apple is giving away a cool US$10,000 gift card to the lucky user who becomes the lucky 50 billionth downloader at (or entry sender to) the App Store. Wrap your mind...
True love in numbers

True love in numbers

Let's talk real math—probabilities with permutation and combination—and see how it can solve problems often faced by lovesick people.
Moving on

Moving on

For the New Year, guest columnist Mark Isaiah David talks about moving on—with a little bit (read: a lot) of help of tech.

The quest for all-day computing

Computers are getting more powerful and more portable,but lackluster battery life has been the one aspect that has remained in the dark ages. Until now, hopefully. My first laptop was...

Virtual Reality: I can almost touch it

Words Gadjo Cardenas Sevilla First published in Speed January 2015 THERE ARE FEW MOMENTS IN CINEMA THAT CAN TOP TOM CRUISE FIGHTING PRE-CRIME IN MINORITY REPORT BY USING HIS FINGERS ON A VIRTUAL REALITY DESKTOP....

Why you shouldn’t pursue a career in digital marketing

Find out whether digital marketing is indeed the job of your dreams.

Behind the legal lens

You’ve probably heard stories of corporate drones giving up their day jobs to chase after their dreams—in many cases, an artistic or entrepreneurial pursuit, or a type of career that deviates...

Geeking out on Google Glass

Google’s Glass Project is one of the biggest stories of 2013. The first units of the innovative, smartphone-connected, heads-up display are starting to make it to the lucky few who pre-ordered...

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