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Lawrence Lundy, consultant at Frost and Sullivan, says Samsung will struggle to win over Apple users and is losing out to Chinese smartphone makers in the low-end market.
Boston Red Sox slugger David Ortiz snapped a "selfie" with President Barack Obama when the World Series champions visited the White House this week.
Microsoft still gets a large chunk of sales and the bulk of its profits from Windows and Office. So why on earth would it give away the crown jewels?
Asian stocks ended mixed on Thursday following mini-stimulus measures from China and positive U.S. data.
Asian shares rose on Wednesday after Wall Street shares posted a three-day winning streak on the back of strong data.
Samsung began its opening argument on Tuesday, saying that Apple's patents aren't nearly as broad or important as the company claims.
Millionaire businessman Kevin O'Leary praised Apple's copyright infringement lawsuit against rival Samsung, saying "business is war."
Apple and Samsung are back in court today for the latest chapter in their ongoing patent battle, reports CNBC's Josh Lipton.
Apple and Samsung return to federal court for opening statements in their latest patent battle.
Asian shares were mixed in cautious trade on Tuesday following mixed reports on China's manufacturing sector.
Does Apple stand to lose more than it can gain as the fierce rivals take their battle back to court?
It's Apple versus Samsung in another tech patent dispute in court this week. And Google has a lot at stake in the case, NYT reports.
BlackBerry reported a quarterly loss, as smartphone sales continued to slide across all regions.
Asian stocks ended mostly higher on Friday as growing hopes of policy easing in China offset a weak lead from Wall Street.
Asian stocks were mixed on Thursday as investors fretted about tougher sanctions against Russia.
Asian equities were mostly higher on Wednesday, rebounding after the previous day's losses, on hopes of fresh stimulus measures in Europe and China.
Sony is counting on the boom in smartphones and the market's voracious appetite for megapixels to drive growth in its image sensor business.
Apple's stock price will likely get a boost from new products, Steve Milunovich of UBS says.
Verizon is accused of forcing some customers to switch from landlines to voice-over-Internet connections, Los Angeles Times said.
Classified documents show that the National Security Agency created back doors into Huawei's networks, The New York Times reports