In a battle of the China smartphone makers, Vivo slid ahead of Oppo in Thailand’s smartphone market in Q2. According to IDC, Vivo reached top spot with 19.5 percent market share, thanks to its focus […]
AMD is reportedly in advanced discussions to acquire Xilinx for US$30 billion, according to Bloomberg. And it seems that the deal could be sealed as early as next week. If it comes to pass, the […]
Thinking of building a C3PO or R2D2? NVIDIA is offering free online trainining courses on robotics and artificial intelligence (AI) certification programmes for engineers, teachers and students. Part of the NVIDIA Deep Learning Institute, the […]
IBM and gaming are two words that don’t quite come to mind together. Big Blue is renowned for being the largest technology company in the world at one point in time while gaming is at […]
If there’s one thing about IBM is that the legendary IT giant is not afraid to make hard decisions. It has acquired business that complements its offerings (such as Lotus and Red Hat) while splitting […]
AMD has introduced the Zen 3-based AMD Ryzen 5000 Series desktop processor lineup with a strong emphasis on gaming. Heading this series is the AMD Ryzen 9 5950X with up to 16 cores, 32 threads […]
Huawei opened its second Australian Authorised Experience Store at World Square in Sydney at the start of October. Situated in the heart of Sydney’s CBD, the store features a Product Zone which showcases the latest […]
VMware has rolled out the pilot Getting Future Ready training initiative to prepare the Singapore workforce for next-generation technologies. Available to its customers and partners enrolled to the SGUnited Traineeship programme, the eight-week course will […]
Ever felt awkward with your gaze while engaging in a videoconference? Or feeling amused at someone else seemingly staring off camera when on a video call? The new NVIDIA Maxine will help correct such instances […]
The pandemic-struck datacentre market is expected to dip 10.3 percent this year but grow over the next four years, according to Gartner. The research firm projects end-user spending on global datacentre infrastructure to rise six […]
When the going gets tough, many laptops may not be able to handle the harsh environments. It takes one that is designed specifically to deal with rugged usage. Getac has launched the new generation of […]
G Suite has gotten a new name — Google Workplace, which includes Gmail, Calendar, Chat, Docs, Drive, Gmail, Meet, Sheets, and Slides. The new package aims to give users a single, unified place for the […]
Akamai Technologies has appointed Parimal Pandya as Managing Director, Asia Pacific & Japan (APJ), in addition to his current role as Vice President of Media and Carrier Sales, Asia Pacific & Japan. In his new […]
Lifesight has launched its customer intelligence platform for brands and enterprises to leverage identity resolution and data enrichment to power their customer data and marketing strategies. The key lies in transforming customer data into insights […]
Put a technology giant and luggage bag maker together and voila, here’s the Konnect-I Backpack. Simply put, the backback (or rather two with diffeent designs) is smart and adopt ambient computing to make it intuitive […]
NVIDIA has availed its Omniverse 3D simulation and collaboration platform for beta testing, giving designers, architects and other creative folks the ability to work together anywhere and in real time. Based on NVIDIA RTX, Omniverse […]
Daon has opened its Southeast Asia office in Singapore and appointed Trilochan Sehgal as Regional Vice President, SEA. The new office and appointment highlight the importance of SEA and better position the company to respond […]
NVIDIA has introduced the data processing unit (DPU), a new kind of processor supported by DOCA, a novel data-centre-infrastructure-on-a-chip architecture that enables breakthrough networking, storage and security performance. It features the new NVIDIA BlueField-2 family […]
Infineon Technologies has joined Zigbee Alliance’s working group Connected Home over IP (Chip) to help define security features that are easy to integrate for manufacturers and easy to use for consumers. Chip aims to increase […]
YouBike has launched a smart customer service system based on conversational AI chatbot rechnology to enhance user experience.
E-commerce transactions jumped 300 percent during the the Circuit Breaker period (April to June) in Singapore, compated to the same period last year, according to YouTrip.
With the pandemic forcing many to work from home and most forms of entertainment resticted, gaming has grown in popularity, creating a boom for gaming PCs and peripherals.
ESET is partnering with Ingram Micro to offer its security solutions for businesses on the Ingram Micro Cloud Marketplace in India.
If online service usage was not already the norm before COVID-19 struck, it will certainly be post-pandemic as nearly half of respondents (45 percent) to a ForgeRock survey plan to consumer more online services post-pandemic.
NVIDIA Founder Jensen Huang and VMware CEO Pat Gelsinger at VMworld 2020.
VMware and NVIDIA are teaming up to transform the enterprise data centre architecture and turn it into an end-to-end AI platform.
DITO Telecommunity has chosen Whale Cloud to develop a next-generation IT system to drive expansion in the Philippines.
Veritas Technologies has acquired US-based software firm Globanet, expanding its portfolio of digital compliance and governance offerings to give customers native visibility into more than 80 new content sources.
DigiCert is collaborating with ServiceNow to simplify certificate management through a comprehensive DigiCert CertCentral application within ServiceNow.
Globe Telecom is embarking on a massive network upgrade a decade after it introduced data in the Philippines.
Projectors are really useful not just for business but homes with many working remotely because of the pandemic. If space is a constraint, Optoma’s new CinemaX P2 may be worth considering.