Seagate Technology Plc has taken the wraps off the new Seagate Ultra Mobile HDD (hard disk drive) designed exclusively for mobile devices.
Panasonic has launched the Toughpad FZ-G1, a 10.1-in tablet featuring Windows 8 Pro, at the Langkawi International Maritime & Aerospace Exhibition (LIMA 2013).
The uptrend in tablet adoption saw around 823,000 units of the gadget being snapped up by consumers in Malaysia in 2012, reflecting a whopping growth of 87% or 384,000 units more compared to 2011.
A recent GfK global study uncovered two key findings -- the growing importance consumers, espeically those from Asia Pacific, place on 'instant, convenient access' and 'best value' in goods and services
TCL Communication Technology Holdings Ltd is aiming its Alcatel OneTouch brand of smartphones and tablets, formed via a 2004 joint venture with Alcatel-Lucent’s mobile phone division, at the Malaysian market for the second time, saying it was “back with a vengeance.”
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.
Mobile platforms are hitting critical mass across smartphones and tablets. In 2011, it is estimated that approximately 480 million smartphones and tablets were shipped as opposed to approximately 380 million desktop and PCs. Frost & Sullivan analysts weighs in on the battle of the mobile tech giants.
A survey of American and European consumers found poor levels of security amongst Macintosh, smartphone and tablet users – in fact, only half of those who own Apple laptops install security software on their MacBooks.
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 newly announced Microsoft Surface tablet computer from the world's largest software company may have the chops as a decent tablet to compete with Apple's iconic iPad. But to truly succeed, it needs to have more mojo than just a great spec sheet, opines EDWIN YAPP.