Market Share

No SEA unicorns? Blame investors
If we want to create more unicorns in Asia, investors need to change the way they think and invest, writes angel investor Dr V. Sivapalan.
Severe contraction in PC market, but there’s still hope for vendors: Gartner
The worldwide PC market registered one of its lowest quarterly growth rates in the first quarter of 2016, but Gartner Inc said several profit opportunities exist for PC vendors.
Firefox beats IE in market share
It looks like there is still life left in Firefox. Firefox has slightly pulled ahead of Microsoft’s Internet Explorer and Edge browsers for the first time across the globe.
ZTE slices in with Blade
Two new phones for Malaysian market Targets 10 percent market share by 2018   ZTE has unveiled the ZTE Blade V7 series smartphones in Malaysia. The Blade V7 Lite is a 4G LTE dual SIM phone powered by a 1.0Ghz quad-core MediaTek MTK6735P processor, 2GB of RAM and uses Android 6.0.  
Oppo aims to be No 2 in Indonesia, its biggest market outside China!
Speaking to DNA on the sidelines of the recent Oppo F1 launch event in Jakarta, media engagement officer Aryo Meidianto said that Oppo is trying to capture 20% of the smartphone market in Indonesia.  
Celcom CEO: The Blue is back!
'Today, I am very sure that with the Celcom First Blue, First Gold and First Platinum plans, we are going to be trending back,' says CEO Shazalli Ramli.
We’re No 1, claims PropertyGuru
Singapore-headquartered PropertyGuru Group claims to be the top property platform in the region. Lum Ka Kay speaks to its cofounder and group CEO Steve Melhuish to find out more.
How AMD aims to get back in the black
After 3yrs of consecutive losses for chipmaker AMD, the signs increasingly point to a recovery, its CFO Devinder Kumar tells DNA.
Global smartphone shipments second highest level in a quarter: IDC
Smartphone manufacturers globally achieved the second highest quarter of phone shipments on record, according to preliminary results from research firm International Data Corporation (IDC).  
U Mobile plans 4G-heavy US$1bil capex over next 5yrs
U Mobile Sdn Bhd, the fourth largest mobile operator in Malaysia, is planning a capital expenditure (capex) of RM3.5 billion to RM4 billion (US$790-900 million at current rates) over the next five years, mainly to expand its network coverage by adding 5,000 new sites.
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