With the curtains closed on this year’s Mobile World Congress, Edwin Yapp takes a look at some of the more notable device announcements.
MWC 2015 a platform for the next growth trends in mobility: Wearables and IoT Almost 400mil wearable devices will be sold in 2020
A list of the two dozen or so new smartphones unveiled at MWC 2015 this past week, that would most likely hit this part of the world at some point this year (but may ship to other regions earlier).
Axiata president and group CEO Jamaludin Ibrahim comes clean on Celcom’s IT transformation programme that caused it to lose customers and dealers, and the lessons the group learned from it. Goh Thean Eu has the story.
Sony's latest corporate strategy update is the biggest indication yet that the company is looking to find an exit for its loss-making smartphone arm, Sony Mobile Communications. Keith Liu looks at what has led the electronics giant to this point.
Huawei Malaysia said it has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with Xiamen University Malaysia Campus which would see the two parties jointly plan and develop a “future-oriented ICT-enabled campus” in Malaysia.
Huawei has started a commercial trial of its LampSite indoor coverage solution with Singaporean mobile operator StarHub at The Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands.
According to Taiwan-based research house TrendForce, market leader Samsung and No 2 vendor Apple maintained their positions, with combined global smartphone shipments of 518 million units, but came under pressure from Chinese brands.
Samsung Electronics Co remains the top-selling smartphone maker in the world for now, but keeping that crown has become increasingly challenging with its aggressive rivals baying for blood and doing everything in their power to topple the incumbent giant.
To enable a better-connected world, three things must happen: The business community must embrace digital reformation; governments and regulators must set clear connectivity targets and lower the financial and regulatory barriers to ICT access; and ICT leaders must work to make the online experience more compelling to those who presently lack connection.