Author: Keith Liu
We present you DNA's gadget gift guide for 2015 based on some of the best products released this year.
BlackBerry Ltd, the struggling Canadian handset maker that once dominated the enterprise market has done what it arguably should have a long time ago: release an Android-powered device. DNA's Keith Liu attended the launch event and used the device for a week to give us his impressions.
ZTE's premium smartphone brand Nubia may be little known outside of China, but it plans to make waves in the international scene with its high-end smartphones. In an e-mail interview with DNA, the brand's co-founder shared the company's plans to expand outside of China.
The Huawei Mate S and the Oppo R7s are now widely available, and since both smartphones use similar build materials and targeted at the upper mid-range to premium segment, here's DNA's head-to-head review of these new handsets.
Oppo Electronics Singapore previewed its new mid-range Android smartphone Oppo R7s recently. DNA's Keith Liu was there to find out more about the company's strategy in the coming year.
As Samsung gears up to start selling its new round-faced smartwatch in Malaysia this week, DNA"s Keith Liu reviews the Gear S2 smartwatch to and tells us it's worth wearing.
Taiwanese PC maker Asus is gearing up to take on the Microsoftn Surface Pro with more powerful 2-in-1 notebook/tablet hybrids in this growing PC segment. Asus Singapore country manager Leo Tseng speaks with DNA's Keith Liu on the company's plans.
Sony's PlayStation VR is a virtual reality headset that is due to be launched next year. Keith Liu attended the Gamestart 2015 event in Singapore to check out the latest virtual reality demos from the company and its game development partners.
Capcom's upcoming Resident Evil Zero HD Remaster is an enhanced version of a 13-year old game which was first released on Nintendo's Gamecube. Digital News Asia was at the preview session of this title which will launch in January 2016.
The days for compact cameras are clearly numbered, with many smartphone models incorporating the same type of imaging sensors found in point-and-shoot cameras, producing similar levels of image quality. Chinese technology giant Lenovo is taking that a step further, not just in terms of delivering a smartphone that has the design trappings of a compact camera – such as a physical shutter button and a hardware switch between auto and manual options. Keith Liu reviews the Lenovo Vibe Shot.