Asian equities were mostly lower on Thursday following a sharp selloff on Wall Street overnight and an escalation of political turmoil in Yemen.» Read More
Walter Mossberg, Re/Code co-executive editor, reviews the Samsung Galaxy S5 and discusses if he thinks it will be a game-changer in the smartphone market. CNBC's Jon Fortt provides insight.
There has been a fair bit of turnover in recent weeks at Samsung's U.S. operations.
Asian equity markets were mixed on Tuesday with Chinese shares outperforming but sentiment remained shaky following a global stock selloff overnight.
Richard Windsor, founder of Radio Free Mobile, says profit growth will be harder to achieve for Samsung as value is moving into software ¿ an area where it is weak.
Andrew Tonner, Analyst at The Motley Fool, says consumers may be waiting for the launch of a new smartphone model and consequently, were unwilling to make purchases in the first-quarter.
Samsung Electronics said it is on track to post its second straight quarter of profit decline on slowing smartphone sales growth .
Mark Newman, Senior Analyst at Sanford C. Bernstein, says Samsung's smartphone products have seen good sales but growth expectations were "way too high."
Jon Swartz, USA Today's San Francisco bureau chief, tells CNBC why the best phones on the market aren't selling.
You'd think a corporate patent infringement battle would be boring—and you'd usually be right.
Asian stocks kicked off the week lower after heavy losses on Wall Street at the end of last week.
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.