OPPO has come a long way since its global inception in 2001 and first smartphone launch in 2011. The company now ships a range of consumer and entertainment devices such as headphones, Blu-Ray players and of course, smartphones.
THE Acer Group is having a good time these days. Although the PC market continues to shrink by single digits every year, Acer is bucking the trend. Last year, it managed to ship over 20 million desktop and laptop units, a growth of over 3%. Although many of the units were in the budget Chromebook segment, it is still a commendable achievement in a tightening market.
The Galaxy S7 edge is more of an evolution than a great leap for the smartphone industry, but has its high points too, writes Ajith Ram.
MSI is a familiar brand name to gamers around the world. From its dedicated gaming motherboards to SteelSeries keyboards, the brand is a familiar sight in e-sports venues and hardware enthusiast shops.
New 2-in-1 device from Thunder Match PC in a stick with Win 10 also launched A MAJOR storm powered by Intel has hit Malaysian shores, providing a bit more competition to Microsoft's Surface Pro 4.
Ajith Ram runs the Xiaomi Redmi Note 3 through its paces and finds that it just might be a no-brainer for the price-conscious buyer, but lacks some ooomph.
Does the Oppo F1 live up to its promises, and how does it compare with the Apple iPhone 6? Winnie Lee finds out.
How does the Asus ZenFone Zoom stack up to Asus’ claim that is the ‘World’s first premium smartphone that delivers pocket-sized DSLR experience with 3X optical zoom’? Winnie Lee attempts to find out.
Ong Kai Kiat looks at what any good CRM should have, and pits two SaaS contenders against each other: It’s an Insightly CRM vs Zoho CRM slugfest!
Eye-popping price and short battery life aside, it is hard not to fall in love with the portability and productivity combo of the Surface Pro 4, writes Lum Ka Kay.