Asian equity markets were mixed, as traders reacted to key economic data from Japan and China. Declining commodity prices also weighed on resource-heavy bourses in the region.» Read More
The company is opening several showrooms—called Winter Wonderlabs—across the U.S. where people can get their hands on Google's Nexus 7 tablets and other products.
Asia stocks rallied on Friday for a second straight session as investors cheered comments from Fed Vice Chair Janet Yellen.
Samsung sold almost three times as many smartphones as Apple in the third quarter, according to Gartner.
Japanese shares outperformed on Thursday as the yen weakened while the rest of Asian investors cheered dovish remarks from Fed Vice Chairman Janet Yellen.
Asian shares followed their Wall Street peers lower as talk about a scaling back of the Federal Reserve's monetary stimulus weighed on sentiment.
Apple is suing Samsung, saying Samsung's phones copy iPhone features. Samsung says key Apple patents are invalid and that Apple has copied Samsung.
Asian shares rose on Tuesday following another record close on Wall Street, with focus turning to the last day of China's policy meeting.
Asian stocks tumbled on Friday as Wall Street's sell-off overshadowed upbeat Chinese trade data ahead of the US jobs report.
Asian shares were lower on Thursday as caution ahead of the ECB meeting overshadowed potential gains from Wall Street's record finish.
Japan's benchmark index outperformed on Wednesday while the rest of Asian shaares were subdued as investors awaited direction from central banks.
As Twitter gears up for its much-anticipated initial public offering (IPO) on Thursday, it risks a similar path to smartphone maker BlackBerry.
Investors are likely to press Samsung on dividends and plans to sustain growth as it holds its first analysts' briefing in eight years on Wednesday.
Samsung Electronics is offering investors and analysts a rare public viewing on Wednesday.
"Apple ... is really going to gain market share," Durbin Capital portfolio manager Steve Kernkraut says.
Asian stocks closed out Tuesday mixed in choppy trade as investors focused on central bank statements and awaited key U.S. economic data.
Chinese President Xi Jinping was almost effusive as he welcomed an all-star group of global capitalists in Beijing two weeks ago. The FT reports.
BlackBerry on Monday moved to oust CEO Thorsten Heins and jettisoned a buyout by Fairfax Financial in one fell swoop.
Keeping its rivals guessing helped Samsung build a lead in the smartphone industry, now selling its handsets worldwide. The NYT reports.
Asian equity markets were mixed on the first day of the month but signs of a continuing economic recovery in China helped lift sentiment.
While many analysts are bullish on Apple's latest offerings, the cold hard facts reveal the iPad king is losing market share in the tablet space.