A state-of-the-art computer system using quantum mechanics and valued at $15 million dollars has been sold to a cyber-security firm.
Apple said current wearables are not expandable to meet "functional needs of individual" users and aims to change that.
Growing prevalence of low-cost Chinese smartphones in India could derail Apple's bid to conquer Asia's third largest economy.
Samsung's fourth-quarter operating profit jumped 50 percent on-year to 9.22 trillion Korean won, as it announces a share buyback.
Samsung's Galaxy Note 7 handsets caught fire due to separate battery problems.
TOKYO, Jan 22- With mounting writedowns from its nuclear business, Japan's Toshiba Corp is looking to sell part of its core semiconductors business, a world No.2 in the flash memory chips used in smartphones. But its rush to plug a hole in its U.S. nuclear business that Japanese media now estimate at as much as $6 billion may complicate any asset sale.
Samsung will announce the cause of the Galaxy Note 7 fires a day before its full-year 2016 earnings.
TOKYO, Jan 20- Japan's struggling Toshiba Corp has started the process to sell a minority stake in its flash memory chip business worth several billion dollars, and funds Permira and Bain Capital have expressed interest, Kyodo news agency reported. Toshiba is expected to sell 20 to 30 percent of the chip business, Kyodo reported, citing unidentified sources.
Products like the Nest thermostat and Pixel phones came up at the top of 91 percent of 25,000 searches, according to a Wall Street Journal analysis.
TORONTO, Jan 19- Canadian underwater energy storage company Hydrostor is eyeing $1 billion of contracts to replace decommissioned U.S. peak power plants in the next two or three years, its chief executive said. "We are now by far the lowest cost storage solution, we can be built at scale, we've got our partnerships in place and we're going to start marketing it here in...
TOKYO, Jan 18- Toshiba Corp is in talks to sell a minority stake in its flash memory business to U.S. chips business partner Western Digital Corp in a bid to boost its capital base, a source briefed on the discussions said on Wednesday. Toshiba said in a statement earlier that it had been considering various options for its memory business, including a spin-off, but...
"The innovation on smartphones is petering out, although Apple has some surprises in store," said Robert Scoble, entrepreneur-in-residence at Upload VR.
Messaging application WhatsApp has a flaw that may allow undelivered messages to be compromised, reports USA Today.
The issue, caused by a bug in the Safari browser, has been fixed, Consumer Reports said.
Nintendo's Switch gaming system will be available globally in March and priced at $300.
The robots are coming, but the march of automation will displace jobs more gradually than some alarming forecasts suggest, the NYT reports.
Atul Goyal at Jefferies says that pricing is the key for the Nintendo Switch's success.
SAO PAULO, Jan 11- Real estate tycoon Sam Zell and investment firm Pátria Investimentos Ltda have combined two leading Brazilian self-storage firms in a joint venture that aims to more than double their capacity by 2020, the companies said on Wednesday. Under their plan, the entity resulting from the merger of Zell's GuardeAqui and Pátria's Kipit will open...
Verizon agreed to buy Yahoo's core internet business for $4.8 billion in July.
For decades, dominance in the tech industry was based on software or hardware. Now it is based on who owns the best data, the Times reports.
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