The industry needs to build a better future by demonstrating leadership in security and trust issues.
Edwin Yapp reflects on his time spent at MWC Shanghai and comes away with a few conclusions.
HMD Global announces the much-anticipated re-entry of the Nokia brand into the Malaysian smartphone market.
Blackberry and Nokia hope to turn back time to the era when they ruled the smartphone and feature phone sector.
MWC 2016 saw many evolutionary rather than revolutionary devices being launched, but was really marked by much hype over 5G technology, writes Edwin Yapp.
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.
DNA’s Keith Liu runs the HTC One M9 through its paces. Summary: Worth the upgrade from the M7, not so much from the M8; and the M9+ which is only available in markets like Malaysia looks the better buy.
The future success of BlackBerry hinges on the take-up of BES12, writes Keith Liu.
Singtel is gearing up for Fifth Generation (5G) mobile technology, having signed a Memorandum of Understanding with Ericsson, and by also adding its support as a member of an industry consortium seeking to set standards.
The world's largest gathering of all things mobile and wireless dubbed the Mobile World Congress (MWC) concluded some two weeks ago and there were tons of announcements made. But while these announcements are all nice and dandy, what do some of these major showcases mean to the average Malaysian?