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Demand for Apple's iPhones propelled a 70 percent on-year rise in revenue in China, and analysts are expecting more in the first quarter of 2015.
Apple can continue to grow in China despite market dominance by Android and other cellphone makers, one analyst said.
Jon Steinberg, North America CEO, Daily Mail, discusses Chinese phone company Xiaomi and the issues it's presenting for Samsung.
Apple expected to report more iPhone sales in China than in the US, highlighting the shifting power balance of the smartphone market, the FT reports.
Apple is threatening Samsung’s dominance on its home turf, as the iPhone maker wins over South Korean consumers with its large-screen smartphones.
Asian stocks rose amid a choppy session on Thursday as the market digested hopes that the ECB will launch an aggressive stimulus package today.
While Facebook is counting on the $2 billion purchase of Oculus to win in virtual reality, Google's answer is a smartphone and some cardboard.
Samsung's Tizen smartphone got a frosty welcome in India, facing criticism of its low-resolution cameras and dearth of software applications.
This company wants you to hang out with your friends in virtual reality.
Asian stock markets traded higher late Tuesday, with sentiment supported by China's fourth quarter gross domestic product which beat expectations.
Samsung Electronics is considering a stock split, a company executive said, as sliding profits put pressure on the firm to keep investors happy.
It's a common question of our time: "Which phone do you use?"
BlackBerry's 16th anniversary may not be a sweet one. But the stock is up 75 percent since late 2013 and some analysts are actually bullish.
Shanghai shares outperformed the region on Friday, as the rest of Asia languished on heightened volatility induced by the Swiss National Bank.
Setback pm Hyundai's potential investor reveals how "chaebols" can no longer count on an acquiescent market to back murky decisions.
Corning's Gorilla Glass rules smartphone screens, and the company's Iris Glass could soon dominate flat-screen TVs, a JPMorgan analyst said
Henry Blodget, Business Insider editor-in-chief & CEO, weighs in on Samsung-BlackBerry acquisition rumors and explains the only way for the Canadian smartphone maker to survive.
BlackBerry denied reports that it was in talks with Samsung about a potential takeover, sending the stock down some 15 percent in extended trading.
Asian stock markets traded mostly higher amid choppy trade on Thursday, as a rebound in energy prices provided some reprieve.
Jan Dawson, Chief Analyst at Jackdaw Research, says a buyout by Samsung will remove uncertainties for BlackBerry and allow it to rebuild itself, while Samsung gets a good deal for BlackBerry's assets.