SEOUL, South Korea— Samsung Electronics Co., which faces a slowdown in emerging market smartphone sales, will release its long-delayed Tizen-powered handset in India before the end of this year, a report said Monday.» Read More
South Korean mobile phone and appliance maker LG Electronics posted a strong quarterly profit on Wednesday, swinging from a year-ago loss, thanks to stellar earnings at its handset division and LCD panel venture.
Struggling consumer electronics maker Victor Co of Japan is considering drastically scaling back its home-use LCD TV operations in Japan, a source with direct knowledge of the matter said on Wednesday.
Shares in LG Display fell more than 5 percent early on Friday, despite the firm's strong quarterly results, due to growing concerns that the market position of its key client TV makers is weakening.
After recovering from the bursting of the dot-com bubble, America’s technological heartland is again facing some tough conditions.
Facebook is near to settling a lawsuit brought by three former Harvard students who contend that the original idea for the social networking site belonged to them.
South Korea's Samsung Electronics, the world's biggest maker of memory chips and TVs, cut its target for 2008 sales and issued a modest forecast for earnings growth in what it called a difficult global environment.
Shares in Hynix Semiconductor fell early after a U.S. jury patent verdict that favored Rambus in a trial between the U.S. technology developer and chip manufacturers including Hynix.
Google’s new search-within-search feature has sparked fears from publishers and retailers that users will be siphoned away through ad sales to competitors, the New York Times reports.
Dell the world's second-biggest personal computer maker, expects its growth to outrun the overall industry's, with Asia leading the trend, founder and CEO Michael Dell said on Tuesday.
Dell, the world's second-biggest personal computer maker, expects its growth to outrun the overall industry's, with Asia leading the trend, founder and CEO Michael Dell said on Tuesday.
Dutch electronics giant Philips continued to offload stock in its South Korean flat screen joint venture, selling about $1 billion worth of shares in LG Display.
Japan's Toshiba is likely to book a 100 billion yen ($986 million) loss in its high-definition DVD business and post a full-year operating profit of around 250 billion yen, falling short of its outlook, the Nikkei business daily said on Thursday.
The technology industry thrives on its ability to sell new products to consumers at an ever-increasing pace. But millions of users of nearly every type of Internet service and technology, from Netscape and AOL dial-up to old e-mail systems, still cling to older technologies.
One of Apple's popular iPod nano media players gave off sparks while being recharged in Japan in January, Japan's trade ministry said, prompting a safety investigation.
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Communications equipment maker Ciena Corp posted a higher-than-expected rise in quarterly profit Friday and gave an outlook above market expectations, saying strong demand for faster networks helped it avoid being hurt by a weaker economy.
Japan's Pioneer Corp is finalizing plans to stop all production of plasma display panels in a bid to turn around its loss-making TV operations, an industry source briefed on the plan said on Tuesday.
Sony and Samsung Electronics are set invest an additional $1.9 billion to boost production at a liquid crystal display joint venture, the Nikkei business daily said on Tuesday.
Diebold said its board has rejected an unsolicited $2.64 million takeover offer by diversified U.S. manufacturer United Technologies.
Dell posted a lower-than-expected quarterly profit and cautioned that customers may rein in spending, sending its shares lower in extended trading.
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