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Microsoft proves there is life after Windows
Microsoft posted revenues of US $20.6 billion in the fourth quarter of its 2016 financial year. All product segments were profitable including Bing, Azure Cloud and Surface devices.  
Death knell for Windows Phone
Less than one percent marketshare More layoffs at Nokia phone unit  
Gadget gift guide for 2015
We present you DNA's gadget gift guide for 2015 based on some of the best products released this year.
Lenovo refreshes Yoga line, doesn’t see Microsoft as competition
Lenovo believes Microsoft is more of a partner and less of a competitor, despite the launch of the Surface Pro 4 and Surface Book.  DNA attended the company's product launch event in Singapore to find out what the Chinese technology giant has in store for the holiday season, from convertible notebook PCs all the way to smartphones.
Apple upsizes iPad, moves closer to becoming a PC
Apple's new iPad Pro, announced during its annual September event is officially the largest tablet in the market, with a screen size that exceeds even one of its own Macbook Air notebooks.  Keith Liu finds out from IDC what this means for the tablet market.
Microsoft’s Surface RT to finally … er, surface in Malaysia
Microsoft Malaysia has announced that its highly anticipated Surface RT entry-level tablet computer will be available in Malaysia from April 25 onwards.
Fujitsu Stylistic Q550 Tablet: Impressive, but sluggish
Whilst iPads and Android devices are great products, neither platform can be seriously considered for business use as they cannot be used with Microsoft Office, which is the official bearer of business software. You don’t have much choice other than to go for the few Windows-based tablets, like the Fujitsu Stylistic Q550 Tablet, but are they worth it?
Fujitsu soldiers on despite Surface surprise
Fujitsu, as with many other original equipment manufacturers in the Windows world, is still discussing a response to Microsoft Corp’s surprise unveiling of its own Windows 8 tablets last week, as it launched its own 2012 Lifebooks in Malaysia.
The ‘hidden’ Microsoft comes to the Surface
Last week, Microsoft unveiled two tablets powered by its upcoming Windows 8 OS that largely wowed a skeptical tech audience, throwing the gauntlet not only at Apple and Google, but also at its own OEM partners.
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