Author: Ajith Ram
NOT content with spying for the US government on its email users, Yahoo now wants to include targeted advertising via smart billboards in its spying arsenal, writes Ajith Ram.
With its hybrid design and focus on core gamers, the Switch could signal the end of Nintendo's handheld business, writes Ajith Ram.
While not perfect in all departments, the Axon 7 sets a new benchmark in the premium smartphone segment. Priced much lower than the Galaxy S7, it offers chart-topping application performance at a more affordable price, writes Ajith Ram.
Qualcomm's Snapdragon X50 5G modem will ship to device manufacturers next year. Since the 5G spec is not yet set in stone, services will not be available for several years.
Car manufacturer Mercedes-Benz has decided that if it comes to a safety choice between drivers and pedestrians, their cars will always choose to save the driver.
Due to the Note 7 fiasco, Samsung now has an image problem. With a management in transition, the company should learn the lessons of history and avoid Sony's fate.
PC shipments have gone down again in what Gartner calls "the longest duration of decline in the history of the PC industry." Smartphones have taken the PC's place for work and play.
The Epson L655 multifunction printer marries high quality with very low printing costs. This makes it a worthy recipient for DNA's first Editor's Choice award, writes Ajith Ram.
David Kirk, Nvidia Fellow and the company's former chief scientist predicts a near future which includes fully self-driving cars and intelligent networks.
Samsung has urged owners of the Galaxy Note 7 to turn it off while it investigates reports of replaced devices catching fire. This is a major setback to the company's reputation, writes Ajith Ram.