The first Philippine-made microsatellite Diwata-1 has received praises for capturing world-best high-resolution images
Over 15M students and about 500,000 teachers from public schools all over the country will now have free access to more than 1,000 eBooks and textbooks
The Department of Science and Technology (DOST) Nationwide Operational Assessment of Hazards (Project NOAH) has been awarded
The first solar powered theme restaurant in the Philippines is now operating from a carwash in Quezon City.
Filipino inventor Melchor R. Heñosa is getting government support to make his energy invention available to the public.
Passengers using transport hubs in the Philippines will soon have access to enhanced Wi-Fi services with the signing of an agreement
Filipinos will get call center sales and customer service jobs from Telstra as Australia’s largest telecommunications company shifts 326 of its Melbourne
Tryk ni Juan, an innovation on the Philippine tricycle, has roofing made with abaca fibers. The new line of transport vehicles was launched
LAWIN, a Philippine-made mobile application created to monitor protected areas in the country, was given the spotlight at the first Multi-stakeholder Forum
In an increasingly data-driven world, there is no excuse not to be connected with the rest of the online community.
PLDT Smart SME Nation takes Bozz awardees to Silicon Valley for once-in-a-lifetime learning experience
Fifteen of the country’s young, tech-savvy and promising entrepreneurs flew to Silicon Valley in California, USA and immersed themselves for a week
The first Philippine-made microsatellite, DIWATA-1, successfully captured its first images from space orbit during initial checks of the onboard components.