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Are Apple Watch innovations good for consumers?
The new Apple Watch came up with two new features. Edwin Yapp ponders as to whether they are good or not.
Apple unveils the next generation of iPhones
The highly anticipated 10th anniversary of the iPhone saw the introduction of a radically designed iPhone that Apple fans were expecting.  
The most influential CEOs on Twitter, and how they got there
Digital leaders who get the most attention for themselves and their brands on social media are those who share their personal causes, express their hopes and ambitions, and engage with their followers, writes David Dubois of INSEAD.
Apple vs FBI: What you need to know
If Apple sets a precedent by complying with this court order, then it will have to comply with all other court orders, writes Keith Rozario.
Jokowi on a ‘startup mission’ in first official US visit
A year after having come into power, Indonesian President Joko ‘Jokowi’ Widodo will make his first official state visit to the United States where he hopes to promote greater awareness of the republic’s digital and startup ecosystem.
Joko Widodo ajak technopreneur Indonesia ke Silicon Valley
Joko Widodo akan lakukan lawatan pertamanya ke AS Dijadwalkan makan malam dengan CEO Apple, Tim Cook
Apple Watch: Analysts predict 10mil units to be sold in 2015
Apple chief executive Tim Cook took to the stage at the company’s ‘Spring Forward’ event to launch the Apple Watch, the company’s first new product since the iPad, and the first new product category launch under Cook. What does this portend for Apple, and the market as a whole?
100 days of IBM Malaysia, and maxing out the headroom
IBM Corp veteran Paul Moung was appointed managing director of IBM Malaysia in February 2013. Here, he speaks to DNA about what he found when he came into the role, and his plans for the company moving forward.
Personalised connectivity, the next frontier for Apple
Edwin Yapp ponders the major announcements made at this year's Apple Worldwide Developer Conference and discusses the new frontier the company is venturing into.
Competitive pressures forcing Apple to up its ante
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.
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