Samsung has announced its redefined smartphones, the Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 edge, which it claimed create a new standard for design, craftsmanship and performance, as well as a host of other devices and strategic partnerships.
Samsung has unveiled Samsung Pay, a mobile payment service that will enable MasterCard cardholders to use their Samsung Galaxy S6 for everyday in-store purchases.
Some among the five winning teams at the recent ‘NUS-SMRT Commuthon’ will be able to tap on to an S$120,000 (US$95,770) fund provided by SMRT Corporation Ltd to take their prototypes further.
MasterCard optimistic on overall contactless payment use People are using contactless payments for low-value transactions
With a management buyout just completed, the mood has changed at former Goldis Bhd subsidiary Macrokiosk, the founders -- the Goh brothers -- tell DNA.
HP has announced what it claimed were the first enterprise touch-to-print solutions, as well as new departmental flow multifunction printers (MFPs) for businesses.
Asia Pacific's mobile payment transaction value is expected to grow 38% in 2013 to reach US$74 billion, according to Gartner Inc.
Charlie Miller, a principal research consultant for Accuvant Labs set a lot of tongues wagging at the Black Hat conference earlier this year and he'll be in town for HITBSecConf to talk more about his work in NFC security.
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?