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  • Huawei hires former apple director

    Chinese smartphone maker Huawei is hires a former Apple creative director as it plans to set up a user experience design studio in the US.

  • Has Microsoft found its rhythm?

    Daniel Ives, managing director and senior analyst at FBR Capital Markets, says there is a "renaissance" of growth at Microsoft. He also comments on Google and Amazon's earnings, as well as Apple's success breaking into China.

  • Warren Buffett is paying big for IBM soft quarterly results

    Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway loses another $500M following IBM's latest earnings miss.

  • Apple Music has 6.5 million paying users

    Apple CEO Tim Cook says the tech giant is shipping a lot of watches, and the new Apple TV could modernize the television experience.

  • PC makers are getting ready for a fight

    PC makers are teaming up to show you what you can really do with the latest Windows 10 software.

  • Sony drops cost of PlayStation by $50

    Sony swings at Microsoft by cutting the price of its Playstation 4 console by $50 to $349.99, effective Friday.

  • Dell makes bid for cloud computing company

    Dell, the world's third-largest maker of personal computers, is in talks to buy and cloud computing company EMC, a person familiar the matter told Reuters.

  • Samsung's earnings recovery on track: Analyst

    Daniel Kim, Macquarie Equities Research analyst, discusses the drivers of Samsung's strong Q3 earnings guidance.

  • Toymakers move to smart toys

    As more technologies and devices become available to kids, toymakers are looking for ways to make their products more compelling to compete with tablets and smartphones.

  • Apple sees huge profits from iPhones

    Apple rakes in $513 on every sale of its large-screen version of the latest iPhone, retailing for more than three times what it costs to produce.

  • Consumers spending big on Apple Watch

    Apple's new Watch sells for an average of $529, including accessories, at the high end of Wall Street estimates.

  • The new Apple iPhone is here

    The new iPhone 6s and 6s Plus hit stores on Friday, starting in Sydney to kick off a global sales cycle.

  • Apple's big launch event

    Apple holds its fall product launch today; event will be live-streamed.

  • Amazon developing discounted tablets

    Amazon reportedly planning $50 tablet

  • Lenovo: Here's why PC market will recover

    Gianfranco Lanci, president and COO of Lenovo, shares his outlook on the PC market and explains why he thinks it will recover.

  • Here's the big drag on Hewlett-Packard

    Rob Enderle, president and principal analyst at Enderle Group, says Hewlett-Packard's plans to split itself into two separate companies on November 1 are unnerving employees and investors.

  • Amazon Fire TV

    The streaming device unavailable to purchase on Amazon; does that mean it's time for an upgrade?

  • Sony reported stronger-than-expected first-quarter profit, boosted by strong sales of smartphone camera sensors and PlayStation4 videogames.

  • Watch out for these at Hong Kong's Ani-Com 2015

    CP Leung, chief executive of Ani-Com & Games Hong Kong, introduces the highlights at this year's event, such as Sony's Project Morpheus and Microsoft's new Windows 10 operating system.

  • Samsung shareholder vote will be a close call: Pro

    Ji-Soo Lee, senior consultant at the Center For Good Corporate Governance, outlines his expectations for a shareholder vote on a merger of two Samsung companies on Friday.