Asian shares mostly rise on a quiet Friday, with China's Shanghai Composite index edging up to its highest close since January 2008.
The shopping experience is set for a drastic revamp as the world's first 360-degree digital mirror launches this year.
A new Nielsen study looks at the consumer purchasing behaviors of LeBron James and Stephen Curry fans.
LeBron, who endorses Samsung products, gave away Apple Watches to his Cavaliers teammates ahead of their first NBA Finals game.
Asian equities declined on Tuesday, as China's inflation data and the prospect of higher U.S. interest rates weighed on sentiment.
From hype to hope, will 2015 be the year for the "Internet of Things" to materialize? CNBC's Martin Soong finds out in this report for the "Asia Tomorrow" special series.
China's Shanghai Composite index clinched fresh seven-year peaks on Monday, outperforming the region which has largely seen a mixed performance.
The Apple Watch is crushing Fossil and Michael Kors, sending the stocks down 35 percent this year, worst in the S&P 500.
Chinese equities witnessed extreme volatility on Thursday amid news of margin financing curbs.
The Internet of Things will be worth $1.7 trillion in five years, according to International Data Corp.
Sales of Samsung's Galaxy S6 smartphones reached 6 million units at the end of April, researcher Counterpoint said, suggesting a positive start.
Research firm Counterpoint says Samsung sold 6-million Galaxy S6 phones during the first month of launch.
Shanghai shares hogged the spotlight on Friday, as the key Shanghai Composite index extended losses, while Japan was the "quiet achiever" for the day.
Jim Cramer sees nothing but merger mania right now! But is this just market froth, or is the bull just starting to run in your portfolio?
Hugo Barra, vice president of international at Xiaomi, discusses the competitive advantages of the company as it prepares to launch stores for the U.S. and Europe.
Equity markets in Shanghai and Japan outperformed the region with marginal gains on Wednesday.
Samsung rolls out Iron Man-branded Galaxy S6 Edge.
Asian shares largely rise, with markets in China and Tokyo clinching fresh multi-year highs, despite an absence of fresh cues offshore.
Samsung launched a limited Iron Man edition of its Galaxy S6 Edge on Tuesday, in the company's latest push to promote its curved screen smartphone.
China's equity markets stood out amid mixed trading in the region on Thursday, as investors bet on further economic stimulus from Beijing.