QUICK-FIX | Slow WiFi at home? Here are some solutions

Here are some factors that could affect WiFi performance at home.

Ex-rebel officers in govt: how Customs shabu smuggling mess divides them

Senator Antonio Trillanes IV validated on Thursday the claims of three key players in the 2003 Oakwood mutiny that he led, that they are not part of the Magdalo Group. He was ready to vouch for the integrity of Customs deputy commissioner Gerry Gambala and Director Milo Maestrecampo, but declined to do the same for the BOC chief, Nicanor Faeldon.

High tea and lovely finds at MaArte Fair 2017 this weekend, Aug. 11 to...

Eat and shop for a cause at the MaARTE Fair at The Pen.

ICT UPDATE | Fostering innovation through data-driven insights

Data-driven insights can help organizations create better fraud detection systems, develop enhanced applications and even in new services development.

Sucat Thermal Power Plant being dismantled; talks under way for new projects on its...

Talks are under way for potential projects that may rise in the Sucat Thermal Power Plant (STPP) site in Muntinlupa City after the impending removal of the plant structures, the Power Sector Assets and Liabilities Management (PSALM) Corp. said Wednesday.
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Sandiganbayan orders Honasan’s arrest in PDAF misuse case

Senator Gregorio Honasan II has been ordered arrested by the Second Division of the Sandiganbayan for the alleged misuse of P30 million of his Priority Development Assistance Fund (PDAF) in 2012.

Pen Medina wraps it up for a new action-packed role, er, roll

Award-winning actor Pen Medina is over the drama.
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DICT warned to spend budget or face cuts

The chairman of the House of Representatives’ appropriations committee warned the Department of Information and Communications Technology to scale up its spending or risk cuts as its budget is diverted to fund free tertiary education.

WATCH | Battery-free cell phone harvests ambient radio signals, light

Engineers at the University of Washington in Seattle unveil a battery-free cellphone prototype that harvests power from ambient radio signals or light.

2 Crame cops, 3 other suspects fall in Angeles drug stings

Two policemen assigned to separate units in Camp Crame and three civilians were arrested in a series of drugs buy busts in Barangays Cutcut, Malabanias and Pulong Cacutud Wednesday.

Conflict-induced famine threatening 20M people – U.N.

The U.N. Security Council on Wednesday called on warring parties in Yemen, Somalia, South Sudan and northeastern Nigeria to allow humanitarian aid access and urged countries to donate more money to avert famines threatening 20 million people.

50 African teenage migrants ‘deliberately drowned’ off Yemen – IOM

Roughly 50 teenage Somali and Ethiopian migrants were "deliberately drowned" early on Wednesday by a smuggler who forced 120 passengers into the sea off Yemen's coast, the International Organization for Migration said.

Politicians in the way of peaceful coexistence, say Bosnia’s Muslims, Jews, Christians

Bosnia's religious leaders say politicians are standing in the way of peaceful coexistence between Muslim, Jewish and Christian communities trying to forgive and forget after the atrocities of a devastating 1990s war.

WATCH | Have 5,000 followers, will accredit: bloggers can now cover Duterte

The government will now accredit bloggers and other social media practitioners to cover presidential activities so long as they have enough followers.

WATCH | AFP: ‘We can resolve Marawi without the U.S.’

The military said it can resolve the crisis in Marawi without American help and is, in fact, ready to mount its “final assault” on the extremists government forces have been battling for more than two months now.