For CXOs, all roads lead to tablets & smartphones: Frost & Sullivan
One third of CXO respondents looking to replace their laptop with a tablet Apple iOS most preferred mobile OS for a future tablet (64%), followed by Android (22%) and Windows (11%).
Smartphone maker Xiaomi makes Malaysian debut
Consumer electronics startup enters Malaysian market; cofounder bullish Handsets at near cost, aims to profit from cross-selling services and merchandise
Mobile players must evolve to stay relevant: Frost
The priorities for Asian mobile service providers (MSPs) in 2014 should include a comprehensive review of their service portfolios, the re-evaluation of what works and what doesn’t, and the introduction of new innovative services that will shore up their top- and bottom-lines, according to Frost & Sullivan.
BlackBerry goes private, but what next?
The acquisition of BlackBerry Ltd may have temporarily lifted the gloom from the once-loved phone maker, but analysts and industry watchers still do not believe that the move would resolve the more deep-seated structural business problems faced by the company.
2013 is the year of IM: Ericsson ConsumerLab
Malaysian usage of instant messaging (IM) apps via smartphones has almost doubled in the last 12 months, according to a recently concluded analysis by Ericsson ConsumerLab of South-East Asia and Oceania.
Lenovo unveils broad range of smartphones
Lenovo pulled the wraps off its latest smartphones, with new models ranging from entry-level to top-end performance devices.
Bolder HTC seeks change in fortune with the One
It wasn’t a great 2012 for Taiwan-based smartphone maker HTC, and with a bumpy start to the first quarter of 2013 and continuing supply chain woes, can a fresh flagship product and new marketing strategy turn things around?
Malaysian enterprises turn to mobility for diverse reasons
Malaysian enterprises are leaning slightly more towards embracing mobility in the workplace but the motivations for doing are as divergent as night from day, according to a new study by Symantec.
Week in Review: The rise of digital-only publications
Malaysian companies have launched digital-only mags with a regional target -- this and other developments make a good case for Malaysia to become the Asian heart for digital media, argues Karamjit Singh.
Nokia’s struggle an ominous sign for Pikom?
Pikom has to find the next big consumer wave to replace its ebbing PC Fair. Can it succeed?