As a result of the illustration, the artist has been widely condemned for making presumptions, using an image of a little girl, that the Syrian refugees are up to no good, when there are real victims.
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Now, the US space agency is giving other inventors the chance to build on those by letting them use its patents — for free.
If you are still afraid that Microsoft is spying on you and will delete your warez, please get out of that rock and read this article.
According to a study published in the latest Journal of Dental Research, a new tissue regeneration technique may allow people to simply regrow a new set of pearly whites, which can render dentures and implants as a thing of the past, or as special case option.
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The Department of Science and Technology (DOST) said government efforts last year have helped cut the incidence of coconut scale insect (CSI) infestation in the Philippines from 57 hotspots to only seven.
The Senate approved on third and final reading on Monday a bill seeking to regulate and modernize the practice of naval architecture in the country.
Uber has finally filed for accreditation on Monday, August 17 before the Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board (LTFRB).
GrabCar is the first TNV company to be 100% legal in the Philippines, and it looks like Uber is falling behind. Starting August 21, unregistered TNVs will be accosted and fined.
Nokia is hiring software experts, testing new products and seeking sales partners as it plots its return to the mobile phone and consumer tech arena it abandoned with the sale of its handset business.