TORONTO, Feb 5- BlackBerry Ltd is cutting 200 jobs at its hometown headquarters in Ontario and in Florida in order to trim costs, it said on Friday, as the smartphone maker moves to turn around its fortunes and put more emphasis on its enterprise software business. The layoffs will affect 75 manufacturing jobs in Sunrise, Florida, a state government website showed.» Read More
Avi Silver, analyst at CLSA, discusses Apple's second-quarter earnings and revenue that beat analysts' expectations on Monday.
Eric Bleeker, senior tech analyst at The Motley Fool, outlines his expectations for the Apple Watch, which goes on sale around the world on Friday.
Tim Bajarin, president at Creative Strategies, is surprised that Sony CEO Kazuo Hirai's restructuring efforts are bearing fruit so quickly.
Sony raised its earnings estimates for the second time in three months, citing higher than expected sales of video games and digital cameras.
Damian Thong, division director and senior analyst of Japan Technology at Macquarie Securities, discusses news that Sony raised its earnings estimates for the second time in three months on Wednesday.
Yannick Fierling, CEO of Haier Europe, discusses his new product plans for Europe's customers.
Atul Goyal, senior analyst at Jefferies, discusses news that Sharp has received a $1.7 billion bailout deal from its banks late Thursday.
While the new Galaxy S6 smartphones will likely sell well, Samsung's expectations for record shipments may be too optimistic, says Jan Dawson, chief analyst at Jackdaw Research.
While initial reviews have been mostly positive, the creation of a "must have" need for the Apple Watch remains crucial, says Kiranjeet Kaur, senior market analyst at IDC.
CNBC discusses the development of the "Internet of Things" (IoT) with guests from Bosch Software Innovations and The Internet of Things Council, who are in Singapore for the "IoT Asia 2015."
Patrick Moorhead, president & principal analyst, Moor Insights & Strategy, says the Galaxy S6 is a "marked improvement" from Samsung's previous phones.
Mehdi Hosseini, senior analyst, Semiconductors and Storage at Susquehanna Financial Group, discusses Samsung's guidance for its first-quarter operating profit.
Amir Anvarzadeh, director of Japan Equity Sales at BGC Securities, explains why plans to spin off part of its panel-making unit won't be the solution for Sharp.
Toshiba said it will appoint a committee to investigate possible problems with its accounting. Ed Rogers, CEO & CIO at Rogers Investment Advisors, explains what that means for the firm.
Kunal Ghosh, emerging market portfolio manager at Allianz Global Investors, says Samsung Electronics is seeing a "multi-faceted resurgence," which will bode well for the stock.
Sam Yang, founder and managing director of Kairos Watches, explains why it is developing smartwatches with Switzerland-based Sequel, a unit of Timex Group.
Panasonic's acquisition strategy makes sense for the conservative company, explains Marc Einstein, industry principle of ICT practice at Frost & Sullivan Asia Pacific.
Bert Dohmen, president and founder at Dohmen Capital Research Group, says the iPhone 6 was a "catchup move" and new products such as the Apple Watch are "unimpressive."
Ajay Sunder, senior director at Frost and Sullivan, says sales of the PlayStation 4 in China may get a boost from the console's global success, but warns of risks from the limited game selection.
Atul Goyal, senior analyst at Jefferies, explains why Chinese consumers will like Sony's PlayStation 4 videogame consoles despite limited digital availability.