Edwin Yapp

An engineer by training, Edwin first cut his teeth as a cellular radio frequency optimization engineer in one of Malaysia's largest telcos. After more than five years, he hung up his radio engineering boots to try his hand at technology reporting at The Star , Malaysia's leading English daily, where he won several awards for Best Online Technology reporting. He left to start his own editorial consultancy and is now a freelance journalist for several publications, including ZDNet Asia. A self-confessed gadget geek, Edwin hopes his blog contributions will stir up deeper discussions within the Malaysian technology scene.

Latest Posts

The future of journalism

Jeordan Legon, Product Manager of Yahoo! News, recently gave a talk on the media where he said the future of of journalism stands on technology and community tools.

October 25, 2006 by Oon Yeoh

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Tips to better blogging

Vincent Maher has 11 tips for how to become a better blogger.Says Vincent: "Making the transition from traditional journalism to blogging is quite difficult because there is much more to blogging than meets the eye.

October 19, 2006 by Oon Yeoh

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Microsoft to stage tech showcase

Microsoft is holding the Malaysian leg of the Microsoft Dynamics Solutions Summit 2006 roadshow tomorrow at the Sime Darby Convention Centre in Bukit Kiara.The summit, which carries the theme "Find Your Edge, Master the Dynamics", will showcase four sponsors and 21 Microsoft Dynamics partners exhibiting solutions built on the Microsoft platform.

October 17, 2006 by Oon Yeoh

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Microsoft to stage tech showcase

Microsoft is holding the Malaysian leg of the Microsoft Dynamics Solutions Summit 2006 roadshow tomorrow at the Sime Darby Convention Centre in Bukit Kiara.The summit, which carries the theme "Find Your Edge, Master the Dynamics", will showcase four sponsors and 21 Microsoft Dynamics partners exhibiting solutions built on the Microsoft platform.

October 17, 2006 by Edwin Yapp

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DiGi offers mobile TV

DiGi has unveiled its mobile TV subscription service called D'Channels for RM14.90 (US$4) per month.

September 6, 2006 by Oon Yeoh

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DiGi offers mobile TV

DiGi has unveiled its mobile TV subscription service called D'Channels for RM14.90 (US$4) per month.

September 6, 2006 by Edwin Yapp

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