Consumer Discretionary Consumer Electronics

More

  • Is the new iPad Pro a game changer?

    The iPad Pro is not a revolutionary substitute for PCs, and it faces competition from Microsoft's Surface tablets, says Charles Sizemore, CIO at Sizemore Capital Management.

  • Why is anyone still buying cameras?

    Canon Singapore's CEO, Kensaku Konishi, says DSLR cameras serve a different purpose to the high mega-pixel phone cameras that are mainly used to take selfies.

  • Blackberry releases its Android phone

    Blackberry's new phone is being called the best blackberry in a decade

  • GoPro Hero4 Session (L) and Poloroid Cube (R).

    Polaroid filed a patent-infringement lawsuit against GoPro, claiming its new cube-shaped Hero4 Session is a ripoff of the Polaroid Cube.

  • iCracked working to fix your screen

    The start-up iCracked, which services mobile device repairs, is seeing lightning growth.

  • More than half of Australian phone owners check their device within 15 minutes of waking up, a new report shows.

  • Will Hitachi say sayonara to consumer electronics?

    While Hitachi is withdrawing from consumer electronics, new areas like home automation remain important to the Japanese multinational, says Hitachi's chairman and CEO, Hiraoki Nakanishi.

  • 'Sony's gaming unit has strong momentum'

    Sony's investments in its gaming business gives it a strong ecosystem to drive earnings growth, says Damian Thong, division director and senior analyst for Macquarie Securities Japan.

  • 3Ds and holograms and ultrasound? Oh my!

    Yoichi Ochiai , CEO and co-founder of Japanese startup Pixie Dust, explains how his company uses ultrasound technology to create functional, floating 3D displays.

  • GoPro CEO: Quarter still terrific, grew 43% YOY

    GoPro CEO Nick Woodman says his company's performance and demand are still strong, but the company took its foot off the gas in marketing.

  • Samsung's Galaxy S6 edge smartphone.

    Samsung Electronics shares rallied on Thursday, on the back of a share buyback plan and a better-than-expected third-quarter earnings report.

  • CEO Tatsumi Kimishima said the delay would help Nintendo concentrate on selling its existing consoles and game software during the holiday season.

  • 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.

  • Journalists follow the presentation of Huawei's new smartphone, the Mate S, ahead of the IFA Electronics show in Berlin, September 2, 2015.

    Chinese smartphone-maker Huawei has snared former Apple creative director Abigail Brody as its interface designer.

  • Toshiba said on Wednesday that it would sell its image sensor business to Sony and overhaul its unprofitable semiconductor businesses.

  • Apple investors want more cash returns: Investor

    Apple's stocks fell in after-hours trading because investors want bigger dividends, says Ivan Feinseth, CIO at Tigress Financial Partners.

  • Singapore's first Apple store

    Singapore may get its first Apple store in a luxury mall by late 2016, according to Pure Fitness.

  • NBA's virtual reality debut

    The NBA will broadcast the first ever live professional sports game in virtual reality Tuesday night.

  • Apple Watch arrives in India

    India will get the Apple Watch on November 6, as part of the wearable device's global roll out.

  • Customers look at the new Apple Watch displayed at an Apple Store in New York.

    The Apple Watch will be available in India from November 6, Apple has confirmed, after first hinting at the release on its website.