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South Korea's threat to impose a broad tax on financial transactions is the first sign of deepening concern in Asia that speculation of competitive currency devaluations is prompting investors to head for the exit.
Millions of smartphone users around the world who are now viewing Samsung's mobile devices in a new light and opting for them over Apple's devices.
Even after Canada-based Blackberry launched it's anticipated line-up of revamped smartphones and their surprise name change, investors were unimpressed as its stock slumped 12 percent.
South Korea's Samsung Electronics did not willfully infringe on some of Apple's patents, a U.S. federal court has ruled, foiling Apple's attempt to ratchet up the $1.05 billion in damages it was awarded last August by a U.S. jury.
LG Electronics fell short of consensus forecasts in quarterly earnings on Wednesday, with profits in its TV division tumbling to around one tenth of year-earlier levels as the world's No.2 TV maker bumped up promotional spending in the year-end holiday season.
South Korean chipmaker SK Hynix returned to a quarterly profit on Wednesday on demand from mobile device makers such as Apple, but it fell far short of forecasts on weak sales of computer chips and a strong won.
Research In Motion's new BlackBerry 10 and Z10 smartphone is a "show-me" moment, TradeMonster's Jon Najarian says.
Has Apple lost its edge with the college crowd? Jane Wells headed to California State University to find out what the students had to say.
Alan Miller, founding partner at SCM Private, tells CNBC that with the global economy in its current state, the real equity value lies in emerging markets.
Yahoo sees full-year revenues for 2013 to be between $4.50 billion-$4.60 billion, reports CNBC's Jon Fortt; and Carter Worth of Oppenheimer, offers insight on Apple's weakness. The Fast Money traders discuss whether Apple or Samsung are a buy.
Apple's tumble from the stratosphere did damage to the stocks' other-worldly reputation but helped out some of its peers.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
Apple iconic iPhone is losing some of its luster among Asia's well-heeled consumers in Singapore and Hong Kong, a victim of changing mobile habits and its own runaway success.
"I'm very confident that we will do the Muhammad Ali thing in round 8…Wednesday is round 8," RIM's CEO said at a debate in Davos. Ali won a fight with a knockout in the eighth round.
Apple reeled to its lowest levels in a year on Friday, suffering the added misfortune of losing its mantle as "world's most valuable company" to Exxon Mobil.
Apple and Samsung remain the talk of the tech world as the titans battle for mobile supremacy. TheStreet.com reports.
Asian shares ended mixed on Friday, dragged lower by a drop in regional technology stocks, although gains in Australia and Japan contained overall losses for equities.
Bryan Ma, Associate Vice President at IDC Asia Pacific, compares the future challenges of Apple and Samsung in the crowded smartphone space.
Edward Snyder, MD & Founder, Charter Equity Research says that earning reports show signs of a slowdown in the economy, and that could see tech stocks pull back.
Samsung reported a record quarterly profit of $8.3 billion and kept its 2013 investment plans at the previous year's level, defying expectations.