It was more than just talk about OS updates at this year’s WWDC as Apple’s new hardware stole the show.
Standard Chartered rolls out a suite of fingerprint and voice biometric technologies across Asia so clients can securely access their bank account balances, cards and investments using their unique fingerprint or voice as identifiers.
We present you DNA's gadget gift guide for 2015 based on some of the best products released this year.
Apple's new iPad Pro, announced during its annual September event is officially the largest tablet in the market, with a screen size that exceeds even one of its own Macbook Air notebooks. Keith Liu finds out from IDC what this means for the tablet market.
Samsung's Galaxy Tab S2 takes a page from Apple's iPad playbook, offering its Android tablets in a new 4:3 aspect ratio and backed by a brilliant Super AMOLED display. The DNA Test team takes the 9.7 inch Tab S2 through its paces and found a lot to like about it, despite the steep asking price.
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.
Considering that Apple now has Macintosh, iPhone, iPad and Apple Watch, bringing something fresh to the table around these key hardware platforms was the key focus for its WWDC 2015 event.
IT will be obvious to most of our readers that Digital News Asia (DNA) is not big on coming up with run-of-the-mill ‘Top 10’ lists of technology or business trends. But we did think it would be interesting to get our readers involved in a little competition, with one prize to give away, on picking what you consider to be our Top 3 stories of last year.
The launch of the much-anticipated Microsoft Surface RT in Malaysia recently was supposed to herald a new era in mobile computing for the company, but industry observers are not convinced that the market will embrace it openly, writes Edwin Yapp.
As consumers in the US prepare to welcome Samsung’s new Galaxy Note 10.1, an analyst believes that the Korean giant’s stab at the tablet market will make little difference to Apple’s iPad dominance in this sector.