Author: Keith Liu
Want to watch Netflix and Hulu without the hassle? ViewQwest hopes to make it much simpler with its 4K-ready media streaming box and VPN service bundle, and the company is even making it available worldwide. Keith Liu sits down with ViewQwest CEO Vignesa Moorthy to discuss the company's latest plans.
A report released by the Mobile Marketing Association in partnership with advertising platform company Opera Mediaworks, revealed that high demand for video advertisements on mobile led the growth for this segment within the digital advertising industry.
LG Electronics announces a unque foldable keyboard and the latest iteration of the G Pad Android tablet in the run-up to the IFA 2015 technology expo in Berlin, Germany. Keith Liu checks them out.
Fans of Star Wars can look forward to Disney Interactive's upcoming videogame Disney Infinity 3.0 which lets them collect action figures from the movie franchise and use them as virtual avatars within the game. Keith Liu goes to the launch event to find out more.
Maxis Bhd has introduced a mobile phone purchasing scheme that removes the upfront payment for the device and lets subscribers upgrade their phones every 12 months instead of 24 months, turning it into a more flexible installment payment programme.
Lenovo launches its mid-range imaging-centric smartphone VIBE Shot in Malaysia, a device that comes with a dedicated shutter button and designed to mimic the look of a compact camera. Keith Liu dives into the details of the device.
Just two weeks after reporting dismal second quarter results that saw an 8.3% drop in sales in its IT and Mobile division due to “muted” smartphone sales, Samsung Electronics is hoping to turn things around with the update to its popular Galaxy Note series. Keith Liu breaks down the differences and similarities between both devices.
China's Teclast has launched the X98 Pro, the follow-up to the company’s dual-boot Windows and Android X98 Air II tablet.
DNA editor Keith Liu puts on his Dick Tracy hat and checks out two Chinese smartphones – the FiFine W9 and the DZ09. One he can almost see a use for, the other is peculiar and confusing. Find out which is which.
Panasonic is expecting sales of its Toughbook products to triple in this region by 2018, which is why it moved its product configuration centre to the southern Malaysian state of Johor, from the previous location in the United Kingdom.