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Google said on Thursday that Andy Rubin, co-founder of its Android mobile business and head of its nascent robotics effort is leaving the company.
Japanese shares outperformed Asian peers on Friday following easing measures from the Bank of Japan and updates from the world's largest pension fund.
China's Xiaomi is now the third-largest smartphone vendor after Apple and Samsung in new IDC data, reports Recode.
Here's a look at Google's three newest Nexus gadgets—the Nexus 6 smartphone, Nexus 9 tablet and Nexus Player, a media streaming device for Android TV.
Microsoft launched a device that will allow users to monitor their fitness and exercise regime, marking its debut into the wearable technology market.
Asian equities ended mixed on Thursday as investors reacted to the end of quantitative easing in the U.S. and the region's latest earnings.
Mehdi Hosseini, Senior Analyst at Susquehanna Financial Group, discusses latest comments from the South Korean electronics giant during a conference call on Thursday.
Samsung's third quarter earnings report revealed a worsening situation, as its mobile division collapses amid competition in the smartphone market.
As South Korea's population ages, makers of consumer goods are increasingly targeting so-called "golden singles" - young unmarrieds living alone.
The smartphone-maker is concentrated on building a cash war chest to fuel innovation, says BlackBerry CEO John Chen.
Asian share markets were mostly lower on Tuesday following a mixed morning session as investors digested key data from China.
Entertainer and entrepreneur will.i.am unveiled "The Puls" smartwatch in hopes of blending fashion and technology.
Asian equities enjoyed a broad-based rally on Monday, tracking a strong U.S. lead, with investor attention focused on developments in China.
Another fitness watch is out on the market and this one aims to help users easily keep tabs on their vital statistics.
Asian bourses mirrored the choppy trade overnight in the U.S., with Shanghai, Tokyo and Seoul erasing morning gains to trade lower on Friday.
Mounting anxiety over global growth and the spread of Ebola dragged Asian bourses lower on Thursday.
Most Asian bourses traded higher on late Wednesday, as benign Chinese inflation data fueled hopes of additional easing while a weaker currency provided support for Japanese shares.
Asian shares traded mixed on Tuesday as fears of global economic weakness affected investor sentiment.
Asian shares fell on Monday, adding to last week's tumble, as strong Chinese data failed to soothe worries about sluggish global growth.
As Apple and Samsung duke it out in the fiercely competitive smartphone market, HTC is betting on a comeback.