ACER Malaysia has launched two new Windows 8-based Aspire notebook series, the convertible R7 and the hybrid P3 Ultrabook.
Samsung's new flagship device has stolen the title of best smartphone from LG's Optimus G in Consumer Reports's latest round of testing.
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The iPhone still scores the highest consumer satisfaction marks but Motorola, Samsung and Nokia are closing the gap.
Bold acquisitions, a foray into mobile gadgets, and a relatively light debt load are setting Lenovo apart from PC rivals.
Hewlett-Packard Co raised its 2013 earnings outlook after quarterly results beat low expectations.
Twitter has begun rolling out an optional "login verification" service.
Solid sales have come even as supply issues have snarled the US rollout through some carriers.
61% of women and 51% of men admit to cheating on their partners by secretly watching extra episodes of TV shows they're meant to be watching together.
Tim Cook made no apology for the iPad maker saving billions of dollars in US taxes through Irish subsidiaries.
A tribal war has raged between professional (and talented amateur) photographers as to whether Nikon or Canon rules the SLR and latterly DSLR roost.
Now that Microsoft has revealed its Xbox One, all the next-generations videogame consoles have been announced.
Few foreign activist investors have made much headway in forcing change in Japan, but Sony may prove something of an exception.
Apart from Apple, consumers and business professionals alike show little or no devotion to other mobile computing ecosystems.
Brian Krzanich has launched a sweeping company reorganisation and created a unit aimed at growing its market share in mobile tech.
BlackBerry no longer owns the fast-paced, innovative smartphone world but the company now aims to run it.
Samsung is courting developers in the hopes of bringing more Galaxy-feature-specific apps to its existing and future handsets.
Microsoft gave the world a first look at its new Xbox One, announcing that its gaming console will come with exclusive video and software content.
The device, which is powered by Google's Chrome OS, is available from YTL Communications which is bundling it with its Yes 4G service.
Palo Alto Networks says business applications still pose the highest security threats.
Although it tripped and almost fell in its early days, TripAdvisor has picked itself up and moves on to new adventures.
Apple is examining the potential of smaller, OLED displays for the upcoming 'iWatch.'
According to Symantec's Internet Security Threat report, malware on mobile devices has risen by some 58% since 2012.
The British PM told business leaders that he expected their companies to pay their taxes.
Yahoo! Inc chief executive Marissa Mayer's RM3.3bil acquisition of Tumblr will be a test of her ability to revive the aging Web portal.
Race fans, rejoice - Sony has announced that the 6th installment of Gran Turismo will be released this year.
Sources claim the search giant is set to roll out a true alternative to the Microsoft Office productivity suite.
The world's thinnest 10in and currently most water-and-dust-resistant Android tablet is available to order now.
A group of ex-Nokia software developers unveil their first smartphone.
"IT IS a great time to be a musician," says guitarist, composer and educator Az Samad. "Geography is no longer a constraint."
Adobe's Creative Suite (Adobe CS) is no more - in its place, Adobe has just launched Adobe Creative Cloud (Adobe CC).
Experts worry that disruptive and destructive cyberattacks on United States will get worse.
According to Android and Me, the update will roll out on June 10 and will contain few, if any, new features.
Google staged four discussions expounding on the finer points of its "Glass" wearable computer during this week's developer conference.
Samsung has yet another variation of its Galaxy S4 on the way.
An investigation has forced Samsung to reverse its initial position and address the storage shortcomings in the S4.
Microsoft Corp is set to make a splash this week with the eagerly awaited unveiling of its new Xbox game console.
Yahoo! Inc's board has approved a deal to buy blogging and social networking site Tumblr for US$1.1bil (RM3.3bil) in cash.
Target Corp has opened a new San Francisco office to track down technology companies that can help grow its online commerce business.
David Meyer has been appointed as the chair to the OpenDaylight Project Technical Steering Committee.
Labour monitors appointed by Apple Inc said cutting workers' hours by a July 1 target would be a challenge.
Even the smartest minds in the cybersecurity world constantly struggle to fend off hackers in their personal lives.
Yet more leaked details point to an iPad Mini with improved screen and camera coming later this year.
Overtaking Apple Inc as the world's leading smartphone maker has stretched Samsung's in-house supply lines.
Apple's App store has hit another milestone.
BlackBerry introduces the social platform channel to its messaging service called BBM Channels.
A new Google Wallet feature allows users to e-mail money as an attachment.
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Symantec has warned users to be wary of a phishing site purportedly featuring an adult video of the British singer and actress Rita Ora.
The popular videogame Angry Birds is jumping off smartphones and onto the big screen.
From this week, Bing Translator users will also be able to convert text to and from Klingon.
Kaspersky Lab has signed an agreement with mobile chip giant Qualcomm Technologies to preload its mobile security solutions in Android devices powered by Snapdragon processors.
A US judge denied class-action status to copyright owners suing over the use of material posted on YouTube without their permission.
Some 900 million smartphones and tablets running Google Inc's Android software have been activated since the platform's inception in 2010.
45% of the 1,000 smartphone-owning respondents cited "social awkwardness" and that it appears "too irritating" to wear.
The music service allows users to listen to unlimited songs for US$9.99 a month.
Android grabbed three out of four smartphones sold in the world in the first quarter of 2013, extending its gains over Apple and its iPhone.
Nokia's head of smartphone marketing admits that gaps in the app selection are customers' main complaints.
BlackBerry will offer its BBM service on rival devices and introduced a new mid-tier smartphone, the Q5.
The European Commission plans to send a formal warning to China that it is ready to levy trade duties against Huawei and ZTE.
Nokia has announced its latest flagship Lumia smartphone, the Lumia 925, in London.
Google's cloud-based storage service will now be offering users triple the amount of free storage space, bringing the total to 15GB.
Google has signed licensing deals with Universal Music Group and Sony Music Entertainment to launch a subscription music service.
Sony's new 'notepad' prototype aims to banish paper from the classroom and the office.
Yahoo seeks to break its reliance on an "aging demographic" and become more relevant among young adults.
Page said his voice is now "softer" than before, making it difficult to deliver long monologues.
The Lumia 925 is the latest in Nokia's range using Microsoft's Windows Phone software.
Red Hat Inc is banking on programmes under the Digital Malaysia initiative to increase its business revenue in Malaysia.
Make your Android device smarter using a little-known technology called NFC.
NFC technology is most prevalent in smartphones but it is also being implemented in an increasing number of products, from toys to HDTVs.
The online payments company is not alone in its drive to replace traditional web security protocols with biometric data or physical tokens.
We are giving a digital copy of the game for the PlayStation 3 console, courtesy of Sony Computer Entertainment Hong Kong.
The win in the patent case will allow Nintendo to keep importing its popular Wii system into the United States.
Samsung says it has successfully tested wireless technology that would allow users to download an entire movie in one second.
A US judge on Monday ordered the release of previously sealed documents in the criminal hacking case against deceased Internet activist Aaron Swartz.
An astronaut becomes an overnight music sensation with his zero-gravity version of David Bowie's hit Space Oddity.
Everyone has their own preference when it comes to typing but a good keyboard can make that much of a difference to the overall user experience.
Google is struggling to win over the brands that have been its most loyal customers in the Web search market.
Nokia aims to expand its share in the US premium market with a new high-end smartphone.
Sharp will expand supplies of small panels to Samsung while still shipping screens to rival Apple to remain viable.
Early estimates suggest that the Facebook phone has failed to catch on but that there's clearly life in the Facebook Home app.
Fed up with Twitter friends ruining the plots of her favourite TV shows, a high school senior took matters into her own hands.
Sony Corp's bid for revival as a consumer electronics maker this business year will hinge on the fortunes of its latest smartphones.
Nokia unveiled a US$99 (RM295.96) touchscreen smartphone to gain traction in India and other emerging markets.
Gamespot.com is reporting that several unnamed sources have said that the next Xbox will be called Xbox Infinity.
Olympus has gone full retro with its latest Micro Four Thirds camera, the Pen E-P5.
Facebook is in advanced talks to acquire Israeli mobile satellite navigation startup Waze for up to RM3bil, says business daily Calcalist.
Rumours on new products, features and services are reaching a fever pitch leading up to Google's annual developers' conference.
A global cybercrime ring stole US$45mil from two Middle Eastern banks and withdrawing money from ATMs in 27 countries.
YouTube is dipping its toe into pay television by starting a subscription service with 30 content creators.
Sophos says its Sophos Mobile Control solutions now protects more than two million devices an increase of one million devices in less than five months.
Early adopters are disappointed that the 16GB version of Samsung's latest flagship phone only has around 8GB of usable storage.
If you want to know the most popular video clip last night, then YouTube Trends Map is the service for you.
Spam messages related to Mother's Day have begun flowing into the Symantec Probe Network.
A hacker released part of the draft after breaking into an e-mail account that the author used to share the work with her publisher.
US Attorney General said the case against Kim Dotcom had been brought on the basis of the facts and law.
A US federal appeals court has questioned the reasoning behind a class-action lawsuit against Google.
The proposed legislation would enable law-enforcement agencies to tap into many types of Internet communications.
A new Android toilet app is leveraging on the crowdsourcing trend and technology to recognise clean toilets and encourage socially responsible behaviour.
Announcements from Acer, Asus and even Bill Gates show that touch interface and price cuts are what will reinvigorate the PC market.
The Fujitsu Lifebook CH702 is targeted at working women who need a powerful Ultrabook with a feminine touch.
Target Corp is rolling out Cartwheel, a service that combines social networking and discounts.
Want to hop on to the fast 4G LTE which promises blazing fast surfing speed? Then check out Sony's Xperia SP.
Microsoft extended the revenue guarantee it provides to Yahoo! in the companies' underperforming search partnership, Yahoo! said.
One of the most annoying statements I usually get is the assumption that since my photos are digital, I've probably substantially massaged the image to look good.
Politicians in Germany and France say they will press for Google Inc to be quizzed on corporate income tax.
Nokia investors told Stephen Elop that they were running out of patience with his flagging attempts to catch up with smartphone market leaders Apple and Samsung.
Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates claims that more powerful and versatile tablets are taking over where PCs left off.
NPD Display Search reports that a second generation iPad Mini will be ready to launch in time for the holiday season.
Microsoft said it has sold more than 100 million licenses for Windows 8 and will release an updated version later this year.
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Zynga Inc has struggled with a contracting player base, a deflated stock price and waves of layoffs.
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Lenovo's newly launched ThinkPad Helix is all about portability and performance.
The latest info suggests that an entry-level phone from BlackBerry will launch between July and September this year.
A posting for Acer W3-510 tablet has appeared and then disappeared on Amazon's US site.
The multi-year licensing deal will see EA develop games for mobile devices, PCs and consoles based on the Star Wars movies.
The new microarchitecture, code-named Silvermont, will be a key building block in upcoming Intel chips for mobile gadgets.
A leaked internal memo shows that the 2007 breakthrough device will be reclassified as obsolete this summer.
Barnes & Noble have just made their range of well-built tablets even more attractive to potential customers.
comScore reported that Apple gained ground in the US smartphone market.
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The tablet is set to make its debut at Microsoft's upcoming Build developer conference on June 26
Computing peripheral and accessory companies are finally launching docking stations for the technology.
IBM scientists Wednesday unveiled what they called "the world's smallest movie," which tracks the movement of atoms magnified 100 million times.
HTC appears to be following Samsung's lead with a smaller version of its flagship handset.
The 82-year-old "Oracle of Omaha" joined the service and sent his first tweet on Thursday.
The Nokia Lumia 521 is Microsoft's boldest move yet to win mass market share in the US.
Global tablet shipments more than doubled in the first quarter.
The Pentagon is expected to clear Apple, Samsung and BlackBerry mobile devices for use in the US Defense Department.
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Facebook Inc's mobile advertising revenue growth gained momentum in the first three months of the year
MCMC warned the public to stay alert and provided users a method to terminate the unsolicited services offered.
A battery of tests show that while the latest Samsung flagship device has better internal specs than the iPhone 5, it's less likely to survive a fall.
Rumour has it that voice chat capabilities are coming to the popular instant messaging application WhatsApp.
Daily deals website Groupon has launched an iPad app for Malaysian shoppers.
Leaked Japanese sales material points to a summer launch for the next iteration of Apple's smartphone.
The third iteration of the device that created the phablet category is said to have a 5.9in full HD screen and 32BG of internal storage.
Over the next 10 years, Cisco believes that the Internet of Everything phenomenon will have the power to generate about US$14.4tril (RM43.6tril) globally.
Plan your next holiday every kilometre of the way with the right tools.
Consumers scouring the Net for travel deals is nothing new, yet local industry players may still be catching up with demand.
When planning for a dream holiday, it doesn't end when you finish booking the tickets for your flight and hotel.
Our readers tell us what technology means to them on their travels.
BlackBerry is finally unveiling the keyboard-equipped Q10 on April 30 here.
A survey says Google's Android extended its dominance in smartphones in the US and other major markets in early 2013.
Alexander Graham Bell recorded his voice on a wax-covered cardboard disc on April 15, 1885.
PayPal hit a new milestone on Tuesday in its quest to be accepted in millions of physical stores.
Global internet retailer Amazon.com could be facing its first strike in Germany by warehouse workers seeking better pay and benefits.
Google is bringing its Google Now technology to the iPhone, where it will compete head-on with Apple's Siri.
nVidia unveiled Project Shield at the Consumer Electronics Show in the United States early this year.
Google is making strides in developing search engines that understand and interpret human logic and feelings, says Ray Kurzweil
JD Power's annual study ranks the iPad as the leader in user satisfaction for the second year running.
For the first time ever, smartphone shipments have surpassed 50% of the global mobile phone market.
Samsung Electronics Co Ltd reported its sixth straight quarter of profit growth ahead of the debut of its latest Galaxy smartphone.
The ruling is a blow for Google, which bought Motorola partly for its intellectual property stockpile.
The man was identified by the Dutch public prosecutor only by the initials "S.K."
"I'm sorry, who is this? I lost all my contacts." Sounds familiar?
Google Inc executive chairman Eric Schmidt finds his company's new combination glasses and mobile computer a little weird.
The 13in MacBook Pro has come out tops in tests to find the most reliable notebook for running Win 7 or Win 8.
The Star Accelerator Fund aims to help technopreneurs on several fronts.
Bidding hit RM484,560 for 30 minutes to an hour with Tim Cook.
Amazon is planning to launch a set-top box for streaming content via the Internet and onto consumers' TV screens.
Samsung said high demand for the Galaxy S4 was behind shipping issues that delayed scheduled sales in the US market.
One of the highly anticipated Android smartphones, the HTC One, has been launched.
Premium handsets from Nokia, LG and Lenovo are poised to launch in the coming weeks.
MICROSOFT has finally set May 21 to reveal its next generation Xbox console.
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Microsoft is due to launch the Surface RT in Malaysia on April 25.
The laptop/tablet hybrid officially launched in February and is currently only available in the US, Canada and China.
South-East Asia's online fashion store Zalora today launched its iPhone shopping app across the region.
The latest rumors support earlier reports that the next generation of Apple's all-conquering smartphone will feature biometric technology.
The announcement comes a day after BlackBerry said its new Q10 smartphone will be available in Canada on May 1.
The Twitter hacking of AP highlights the challenge faced by analytics companies who scour Twitter for tradeable ideas.
Supply issues have snarled the US rollout of Samsung Electronics' latest flagship smartphone