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Ten years ago on Aug. 23, technology evangelist Chris Messina tweeted a proposal for people on Twitter to use the pound sign (#) before their tweets to group conversations on a similar topic.

Thousands upon thousands of cans are filled with beer, capped and washed, wrapped into six-packs, and boxed at dizzying speeds — 1,500 a minute, to be exact — on humming conveyor belts that zip and wind in a sprawling factory near Tokyo.

 I recently bought a new router from a computer store to help increase my chances of getting stronger WiFi at home. Both my WiFi connection and router are located in my room, which is where I do all the work I have to do and then some.

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 I recently bought a new router from a computer store to help increase my chances of getting stronger WiFi at home. Both my WiFi connection and router are located in my room, which is where I do all the work I have to do and then some.

Data has unlocked a world of opportunities for enterprises and consumers alike. 

Who doesn’t like  discounts? What if there was an app that would let you gain access to over 2,000 restaurants with time-based discounts that go as high as 50 percent for every restaurant, every day?

The Nokia 3310 was a great phone… in the year 2000.

It was an opportunity for Ricoh Philippines to reveal some of the beauty and biodiversity of Philippine flora and fauna as it conducted an environmental initiative at Masungi Georeserve in Baras, Rizal.

Multitasking is perfect for getting chores done much faster at home. However, when there is technology involved, you might want to think twice before spending long periods in front of multiple screens.

Singapore-based Texcent is poised to be a global leader in mobile and cashless transactions as it launches Paycent.

It’s dusk. The shadows of three men brandishing assault rifles welcome the reader to the Facebook page of Lashkar-e-Islam, one of 65 organizations that are banned in Pakistan, either because of terrorist links or as purveyors of sectarian hate.

Samsung Electronics plans to recycle and sell its recalled Galaxy Note 7 phones starting this week in South Korea, salvaging their unused parts.

I‘ve hesitated to get a dashcam installed in my car.