Amid all the fanfare surrounding this week’s Consumer Electronic Show (CES), the spotlight was trained on Samsung when it introduced new technologies and strategies that are poised to keep the company ahead of its rivals.
Apple's stock has tumbled since the introduction of its new products in March 2012. Some have been quick to judge the tech juggernaut as having lost its innovative ways since Steve Jobs passed away 15 months ago. But while it's too early to call curtains on Apple, competitive pressures are forcing it to innovate, writes Edwin Yapp.
The arrival of Apple's much\-awaited iPad Mini will be a game-changer in Malaysia's tablet landscape, providing a boost for the 7-inch tablet segment, according to analyst firm IDC.
Samsung Malaysia Electronics has launched its new Enterprise Business Division, aiming to take its success in the consumer space into the business frontier.
Microsoft Corp unveiled its Windows Phone 8 smartphone operating system, and showcased a range of new smartphones from Nokia, Samsung and HTC, each with their own differentiated designs, colors and features. Major mobile operators and handset partners across Asia Pacific will start selling Windows Phone 8 in the coming weeks, it said.
The worldwide mobile phone market grew 2.4% year-over-year in the third quarter of 2012, driven by heavyweights Samsung and Apple as Nokia dropped off the Top 5 list of smartphone vendors and RIM made it in.
As Western countries prepare to end their summer season, tech companies are gearing up in the battle of the ever-increasing lucrative tablet market come Fall.
While Apple’s latest iteration of its smartphone – the iPhone 5 – met the general expectations of gadget pundits and market talk, analysts were divided as to whether Apple can win the long smartphone game in this increasingly fickle consumer-driven world.
There's more than meets the eye to the recent debacle over Samsung's alleged threat to strand two bloggers in Berlin for not toeing the company line, writes Gabey Goh.
The recent situation in which Samsung apparently threatened to strand two India-based bloggers in Berlin for not drinking the company Kool-Aid has disturbing insights into how companies engage bloggers, and the bloggers’ own culpability in this relationship.