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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.
NEW YORK, Nov 23- At some Macy's outlets this holiday season, shoppers who download the retailer's app will be able to use their smart phones to guide them through the store to products they're seeking. Retail purchases by mobile phone have increased by 34 percent in the last year, according to IBM, which estimates that more than 40 percent of the online traffic and...
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.
TORONTO, Nov 6- BlackBerry Ltd launched its first Android-based device on Friday, with the future of the company's hardware business riding on a slick smartphone called Priv that boasts an impressive array of features and a hefty price tag. "You will be blown away by some of the apps you use and how much data they actually access of yours," said BlackBerry's head of...
Blackberry's new phone is being called the best blackberry in a decade
HANOI, Nov 5- Apple Inc has opened a subsidiary company in Vietnam, allowing the maker of iPhones to import and distribute cellphones directly in one of the fastest growing smartphone markets in the Asia-Pacific. The number of mobile phone subscribers in Vietnam grew 26 percent from 2009 to 2013 to 124 million, while the number of internet users surpassed a third...
TEL AVIV, Nov 5- Israel's Cellcom agreed on Thursday to buy smaller low-cost mobile phone rival Golan Telecom for 1.17 billion shekels but political opposition swiftly threatened the deal. Finance Minister Moshe Kahlon voiced strong opposition to the takeover of French-owned Golan in a letter to the country's acting anti-trust regulator.
TEL AVIV, Nov 5- Cellcom agreed on Thursday to buy rival Golan Telecom for 1.17 billion shekels, as Israel's largest mobile phone provider seeks to add a low-cost brand to its portfolio. Golan, owned by French businessmen Michael Golan and Xavier Niel, is one of the four other mobile network operators in Israel besides Cellcom. Israel's mobile phone market has been...
Polaroid filed a patent-infringement lawsuit against GoPro, claiming its new cube-shaped Hero4 Session is a ripoff of the Polaroid Cube.
The start-up iCracked, which services mobile device repairs, is seeing lightning growth.
STOCKHOLM, Nov 2- When Fingerprint Cards said last September it was supplying China's Huawei with fingerprint sensors for its new smartphone, the little-known Swedish company's stock jumped nearly 11 percent in a day. FPC's clients have multiplied from only two to twenty in a year but competition in the sector is increasing as main rival Synaptics looks for...
More than half of Australian phone owners check their device within 15 minutes of waking up, a new report shows.
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.