New study compares iPhone 7 prices
According to a new study, Apple's iPhone 7 is the most expensive in Indonesia and Thailand. Apple has just two percent market share in Indonesia.
Asia is where the action is for mobile, especially India
The GSMA’s inaugural ‘Global Mobile Trends’ offers a rich trove of industry data for the public.
Facebook’s fight with ad blockers set to move to mobile
Facebook’s fight against ad blockers is destined to move to the mobile space with its US$5b opportunity
Orion VR coming to Malaysia
ECS to distribute Orion VR Available in two form factors
What's Next 2016: SEA’s most valuable startup, Garena Interactive, joins What's Next
After introducing Vintent Tan founder of Berjaya Corporation group of companies yesterday, Karamjit Singh today introduces Nick Nash, group president of South-East Asia’s most valuable startup, Yasmin Mahmod of MDEC and a top management consultant from McKinsey & Co to What’s Next. And yes, you can say that he is a little bit excited!
BlackBerry becomes relevant again with Priv
BlackBerry Ltd, the struggling Canadian handset maker that once dominated the enterprise market has done what it arguably should have a long time ago: release an Android-powered device. DNA's Keith Liu attended the launch event and used the device for a week to give us his impressions.
ZTE’s Nubia spin-off plans global expansion
ZTE's premium smartphone brand Nubia may be little known outside of China, but it plans to make waves in the international scene with its high-end smartphones. In an e-mail interview with DNA, the brand's co-founder shared the company's plans to expand outside of China.
Xiaomi aims to do it again with Redmi Note 2
Xiaomi has managed to pair some high-end components with an affordable price on its latest budget Redmi series of smartphones. The company announced its Redmi Note 2 large screen smartphone will be available in four markets in Asia from November 11.
Why Google’s new Nexus smartphones are irrelevant
Google’s annual launch last week to introduce its new Nexus smartphones may have grabbed headlines, but DNA editor Keith Liu says they are becoming irrelevant in today’s highly-crowded Android smartphone space.
Samsung brings affordable line of Galaxy J series to Malaysia
New Galaxy J series aims to strike balance between price and performance Design inspiration taken from higher-end Galaxy S and Grand series Samsung Malaysia Electronics’s recently unveiled mid-range Samsung Galaxy J series is now available to Malaysian consumers.