Just in time to beat the haze, Chong Jinn Xiung tests out the Ambi Climate, a crowdfunded smart device that takes air-conditioners to the smartphone age.
Samsung Electronics Singapore announces the pricing and availability for its highly-anticipated Gear S2 smartwatch during a media event and Keith Liu was there for a detailed hands-on of the round-faced wearable.
SAMSUNG Mobile has extended its presence in the ultra-competitive mid-range segment of the market with its Galaxy A series of smartphones that kicked off with the release of the A7 last year. It was a fashion-oriented approach and came with a price tag significantly below its Galaxy S and Note cousins. This year’s Galaxy A8 follows much of the playbook from the original Galaxy A7 with updated hardware to meet current standards. Look and Feel
Norweigian Opera Software ASA announced the release of the latest version of its popular Opera Mini mobile browser for Android devices, allowing users to now switch between two different data compression modes.
Wearables were once again in the spotlight during last week’s IFA 2015 technology show in Berlin, with vendors Samsung Electronics’ new Gear S2 and Motorola’s second generation Moto 360 generating the largest buzz. Keith Liu finds out if these new smartwatches are worth getting excited about.
The Mi Note may be Xiaomi’s most expensive offering in Malaysia and Singapore but beyond being reasonably priced, the Mi Note strikes a really great balance between price, performance and style. Keith Liu has the review of the Mi Note.
Asia Pacific is a fecund market for mobility solutions, and MobileIron wants to ride this trend, expecting the region to be a growth engine for revenue, says its CEO.
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.
Worldwide smartphone sales recorded the slowest growth rate since 2013, according to research firm Gartner Inc.
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.