The APJ region is projected to ‘become the frontline for the Internet of Things’ However adoption is slowed due to fragmentation of standards
Partnering with Fusionex International and Tapway, Malaysia Airport Holdings is utilizing BDA to extract more value from its retail businesses.
As humans become increasingly dependent on AI, Gartner’s Anthony Mullem explains why and how we actually have a symbiotic relationship with AI.
The Surface Pro 4 has landed in Malaysia. The latest addition to the Surface family comes with the Surface Pen is available from RM3,999.
75% of Malaysian smartphone usres damaged their devices almost 3 times in past 5 years 21% admitted their phones are 'badly damaged', but majority won't fix cracked screens due to high repair cost SMARTPHONE users in Malaysia don’t seem like a careful bunch. A third of Malaysians are likely to have damaged their smartphone within 3 months of owning it.
A new study commissioned by US mobile accessories maker OtterBox shows that a significant number of Singapore smartphone users will not spend money to repair their damaged smartphone. And even if they did, they would only be willing to pay US$135 for the repair.
IDC envisions 2015 will be a year of accelerating innovation on the Third Platform.
New trends, including the explosion of data, cloud computing and the multitude of personal devices on the corporate network, are fast changing the way organisations traditionally manage their business, writes KT Ong of Dell Malaysia.
More than US$100 billion worth of intellectual property (IP) losses due to 3D printing is expected to occur annually from 2018 onwards as the technology becomes increasingly accessible to manufacturers and businesses.
DNA-TeAM’s kickoff for 2014 to focus on consumer and enterprise trends Panellist from Frost joined by entrepreneur Bikesh Lakhmichand