Toshiba's current direction towards sustainable profits is unclear, says Damian Thong, senior analyst on Japan technology at Macquarie Securities.
Investors use Ambarella as a tell for GoPro, given its role as a key chip supplier for the camera maker, and Friday they didn't like what they saw.
Knockoffs of the popular toys are being taken away for safety reasons.
Japanese electronic companies Toshiba, Fujitsu and Sony spinoff Vaio are mulling a combination of their PC operations, according to a Nikkei report.
Parent and children information has been accessed by hackers.
So-called hoverboards—technically called hands-free electric scooters—are a hot holiday gift this season. We put one to the test, enlisting the help of CNBC staffers.
Cesar Cernuda, Asia Pacific president at Microsoft, says people want interact with technology in a more natural way.
The rapid penetration of smartphones in India is leading to a rise of digital payments. CNBC's Martin Soong has more.
Damian Thong, senior technology analyst at Macquarie Securities Japan, says Sony's PlayStation is selling almost 90 percent more units than Microsoft's Xbox.
India's burgeoning middle class has long been touted as a consumer gold mine but hasn't always lived up to the hype. Here's why.
It looks like the Japanese electronics giant is dominating the console wars.
The tech giant plans to launch its Apple Pay electronic payment service in China by February.
Rob Enderle, president and principal analyst at Enderle Group, discusses new technologies that enable users to charge electronic devices sans wires.
James Sullivan, head of Asia ex-Japan research for APAC telecom and internet research at JPMorgan, discusses trend predictions in the TMT sector.
Alberto Moel, senior research analyst at Bernstein, outlines his expectations for the quarterly earnings of Hong Kong-based Lenovo Group.
Amid predictions of an uphill sales battle for Apple's latest iPhone, CNBC's Eunice Yoon heads out to investigate how supplier factories in China are faring.
Travis Walter, general manager of international retail stores at Microsoft, tells CNBC why it is the "right time" for Microsoft to launch its flagship retail store in Sydney.
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.
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's new phone is being called the best blackberry in a decade