Google is working on a new virtual reality headset to better compete with the likes of Facebook's Oculus Rift, according to the Financial Times.
Qualcomm beats expectations, slowdown in sales of high-end phones hits Samsung and what to expect from Amazon and Microsoft. CNBC's Jon Fortt reports.
Asia markets were mostly higher on Wednesday after Wall Street surged overnight on a bounce in oil prices and positive earnings news.
Mainland equities sold off sharply in the final hour of trade on Tuesday, ending at a more than one-year low.
The fields of sexual health and sexual pleasure are entwining as the adult novelty business continues to grow.
A power tussle between leaders is overshadowing a meeting of Vietnam's Communist Party, a rare occurrence for a party accustomed to orderly politics.
Many in adult entertainment feel virtual reality could be the next big breakthrough for porn – and some are hoping to stake an early claim.
The porn industry, after years of challenges from free online content (legally obtained or not), may finally be on a path to growing again this year.
Virtual reality industry will be be bigger than TV, according to Goldman Sachs.
IBM kept its top spot in IFI's annual patents ranking for a 23rd straight year, but other players are shaking up the game.
Japanese government-backed fund INCJ has offered to invest $1.7 billion in Sharp, the Nikkei business daily reported.
Samsung is losing out to Chinese rivals such as Huawei, Xiaomi and LeTV in the low-end smartphone segment in the mainland, explains Patrick Moorhead, president and principal analyst at Moor Insights & Strategy.
Samsung has not managed to hit its 2013 high as it struggles with topline growth, says Satish Lele, APAC VP of Consulting at Frost & Sullivan.
Samsung Electronics said Q4 operating profit likely rose 15% on-year, fueling concerns about slack gadget sales.
Discussing the future of Samsung, with Henry Morris, Triple A Partners.
Mehdi Hosseini, senior analyst at Susquehanna International, says Samsung needs to accelerate the introduction of its products.
Tech investors are readying themselves for ripple effects from China's most recent market sell-off.
CES has historically been the launching pad for advances in the TV industry. But several touted breakthroughs in recent years haven't excited consumers.
CNBC's Jeniece Pettitt gets the scoop on Samsung's Family Hub Refrigerator at CES with Justin Reinke, Samsung's Product Director.
Analysts on the smart home of the future: What you need to know