Author: Edwin Yapp

Despite late entry, GrabPay to cash in on mobile wallets
Leveraging on its active install base, high app usage and brand awareness.
Gartner’s cloud scorecard reveals new findings
Gartner’s annual cloud scorecard is out. Edwin Yapp summarises the data.
There is still life for mid-range smartphones
The past year has seen quite a few mid-range smartphone launch. Edwin Yapp wonders if the market has reached saturation and speaks to an analyst about it.
Review: Sony’s earbud noise canceller a great option to have
Japanese giant’s neckband noise cancellation option appeals to those who prefer earbud-style headphones, says Edwin Yapp.
Review: Honor 10 mimics P20, but not in all aspects
The so-called high-end smartphone ‘killer’ Huawei Honor 10 was launched recently. Edwin Yapp checks out whether it’s all hyped-up as people make it out to be.
Companies embrace chatbots, but only a step at a time
Coming off the back of four companies embracing cloud technologies, Edwin Yapp speaks to two of them regarding what their plans are going forward.
GTC 2018: Nvidia’s bet on AI, machine learning paying off
Edwin Yapp wraps up his trip to Nvidia GTC 2018 offers his take on the company.
Google Cloud parades first Malaysian clients
There has been a steady growth in interest in cloud computing from both large companies and smaller startups alike.
Review: Well-balanced noise canceller from Sony
Edwin Yapp takes the second-generation Sony noise cancellation headphone for a test drive and comes back mostly impressed.
GTC 2018: Autonomous vehicle development should continue, urges Nvidia boss
The autonomous vehicle industry should soldier on and not scale back on investments, especially in the area of safety, despite concerns that have arisen after an autonomous vehicle killed a pedestrian, said the head of Nvidia Corp.
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