From fake news to explosions of Samsung's Galaxy Note 7, this year has witnessed remarkable setbacks for some of the biggest names in tech.
Sellers of Samsung products on Amazon had their accounts suspended at the busiest time of year because of a mistake made by the e-tailer.
South Korea's antitrust regulator fined Qualcomm Inc 1.03 trillion won for what it called unfair business practices in patent licensing.
The chairman of the National Pension Service has been detained as part of the erupting corruption scandal.
A year after Amazon's bout with faulty hoverboards, one vendor is suing the company for allegedly not paying him for thousands of scooters.
An anti-establishment wave has reached South Korea, where voters are warming up to a politician who likens himself to Bernie Sanders.
Bloomberg reports the company is planning to unveil an all-screen phone with no home button.
Samsung was too "aggressive" in the design of its now-recalled fire-prone Galaxy Note 7 devices, a new report claims.
Asian shares were higher, with Japan's benchmark index up on a Trump announcement that saw SoftBank shares gain smartly.
The US Supreme Court ruled for the South Korean company in a dispute over damages related to Apple's iPhone design.
Asian markets bounced back on Tuesday with the central bank in Australia holding its benchmark rate steady.
Nine of South Korea's top conglomerates, which control revenue equivalent to half the country's economy, are embroiled in the scandal.
The two electronics brands could lose some customers due to a shortage of products this holiday season.
The South Korean electronics giant is thinking about splitting itself amid investor pressure.
President Park Geun-hye's approval rating fell to 4 percent, marking an all-time low for any democratically elected leader in South Korea.
Smartphone operating profit in the third quarter reached $9 billion of which Apple took 91 percent of the share.
A global recall of Galaxy Note 7 smartphones did not appear to hurt U.S. consumers' willingness to buy Samsung phones, a poll showed.
Black Friday deals have already seeped into Thanksgiving dinner time. Now, Wal-Mart is taking the holiday creep one step further.
And Apple may have not two but three iPhones in its next lineup, according to a report from 9to5 Mac.
Best Buy shares rocketed higher Thursday, after the company handily topped Wall Street's earnings and revenue forecasts.