Author: Keith Liu
It’s a David vs Goliath battle in the Android smartphone space as China’s young OnePlus unveils a low-priced, high-performance device to take on the likes of Motorola, which launched its 2015 portfolio just a day later.
Microsoft is unleashing Windows 10 to the public at large on July 29, and while the new OS looks great, here’s why you shouldn’t rush to install it.
The Ecoo E04 Aurora could have been the smartest Android phablet buy of the year, expect for a couple of burning issues, writes Keith Liu.
Keith Liu gives the Elephone Pioneer P7000 a try, and while it packs a hardware punch and has some nifty features, is lacking in other areas. Read on to find out!
Tributes are pouring in for Nintendo president Satoru Iwata, the type of leader who was not afraid to go against the trend and take risks, writes Keith Liu.
Perhaps only Apple is able to pull off such a broad-ranging end-to-end platform that attempts to offer something for everyone, but all that comes at a price: Complexity.
With the Asus Transformer Book T300 Chi. Asus has delivered a competent 2-in-1 hybrid that has a good balance of performance and stylish looks, but the weight, the widescreen aspect ratio and weak battery may put some off, especially those who hope to carry it around as a Windows tablet, rather than a notebook.
Easy Ten, a subscription-based app that helps you learn a new language that is now also available for the Apple Watch, was the brainchild of a surgeon-turned-entrepreneur, writes Keith Liu.
Avast Software wants the world to know that it is the top dog in the antivirus market – for consumer PCs, at least. And it intends to leverage that to tackle the SMB and apps space in South-East Asia, CEO Vince Steckler tells Keith Liu.
It has been 20 months since Michael Dell bought back the company from the stock market, and turned it into a private firm. For Harjeet Singh Rekhi, general manager for Client Solutions in Dell South Asia, that seems to be the best thing that has happened to the company.