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Asian equities ended mostly lower on Friday as caution ahead of Chinese manufacturing data overshadowed a record finish on the S&P 500 overnight.
Why did investors put $5 billion into emerging markets ETFs in April, after $12 billion in outflows in the first quarter?
Asian stocks were mixed on Thursday on concerns over global bond yields and U.S. growth data.
Apple's iWatch will likely have a circular face, analyst Brian Blair of Rosenblatt Securities said in a report on the Asia supply chain.
China will overtake the U.S. as the world's largest mobile phone market this year for the first-time ever, according to research out on Wednesday.
Apple is readying a new platform that would turn the iPhone into a remote control for lights, security systems and other household appliances.
Asian stocks turned mixed on Monday following a record high on the S&P 500 on Friday and a victory for Petro Poroshenko in Ukraine's election.
Hundreds showed up for the opening of a Microsoft store in New Jersey. But will the retail push mean more consumers buying products?
Lenovo, the world's largest PC maker, is intent on becoming a global brand as it shifts its focus away from China, the firm's CFO told CNBC.
Asian equities ended mixed Wednesday following a Bank of Japan monetary policy decision and as traders focused on political developments in Thailand.
Customer satisfaction with subscription TV and Internet service providers continues to decline, a survey finds.
Verizon's new XLTE is designed to give users faster access to data on their smartphones and tablets.
Asian stock markets lost ground on Monday as concerns about a slowdown in China offset Friday's positive lead from Wall Street.
Mobile health can be part of a cure for rising insurance costs. Here are six preventative health apps that can help consumers and employers.
Chang Sea-jin, Professor, Strategy and Policy at NUS, says Samsung will not see any hiccups in succession as its 'crown prince' Jay Y. Lee is well-prepared.
Asian equities were mixed on Thursday as robust growth figures from the world's third-largest economy failed to lift sentiment.
There's one problem with consumer electronics giant Sony, according to analysts: it's not cool.
Unassuming and media-shy, Jay Y. Lee is the unofficial heir-apparent to lead Samsung as the world's biggest tech group by sales approaches a crossroads.
Asian equities were mostly higher on Tuesday as investors welcomed a record Wall Street finish.
BlackBerry launched a low-cost touchscreen device in Jakarta to revive sales in emerging markets where its once-fervent following has shriveled.