Author: Ajith Ram
At Level Up 2016, DNA caught up with Mohd Hezri Amir Bin Abdul Latiff, MD, Hezmedia Interactive. His company is heavily involved in developing VR applications and arcade VR games.
With its high printing speed, ability to handle multiple paper types and unmatched print quality, the HP OfficeJet Pro 7740 is our Editor's Choice, writes Ajith Ram.
The attack recently on the core internet infrastructure is a bad omen for the imminent IoT future, writes Ajith Ram.
Level Up KL 2016 videogaming conference organised by MDEC hosted over 500 attendees. Participants were warned to focus on growing the business instead of art, technology.
The transmedia conference, StoryDrive Asia, is starting in Singapore this week. DNA interviews Peter Schoppert on new IP and Asia's potential.
With no clear winners, the Honor 8 cannot claim leadership in any features categories and just wallows in mediocrity, writes Ajith Ram.
Microsoft's announcement of cheaper and more versatile VR devices is a clear shot across the bows of Sony and Facebook, writes Ajith Ram.
Ajith Ram interviews Nvidia's Phillip Miller about IRay and GPU rendering that is revolutionising the film and design industries.
The Switch Alpha 12 is not a Surface Pro beater. Although liquid cooled, it is still not fast enough. But it does have a high quality screen and a low asking price, writes Ajith Ram.
The Epson WorkForce Pro WF-R8591 with its 75,000 page print capacity and lower electricity consumption, targets enterprises which would like to replace their laser printers.