Wee Teck Loo, Head of Consumer Electronics at Euromonitor International, explains why South Korean firms like Samsung are ahead of their Japanese rivals.» Read More
Manufacturers are gravitating toward wireless connections for Apple’s products, which is helping the market for competitors’ mobile devices.
The Shanghai Composite moved off a fresh 2013 low on Thursday after HSBC's Chinese manufacturing survey revealed a drop in new export orders for the first time this year, adding to concerns about the global growth outlook.
London’s department store Selfridges said BlackBerry's new Q10 model is its “fastest-ever selling” technology product, but analysts remain unconvinced that this high demand will help the mobile maker remain relevant in a tough market.
Asia's equity markets rose to fresh peaks on Tuesday, fueled by hopes of central bank stimulus but Japanese shares fell, weighed down by mixed economic data.
In a note to clients Sunday, ISI analyst Brian Marshall explained how he "chickened out" when trying to replace his Apple iPhone 5 with a Samsung Galaxy S4.
Long-time Apple fan Brian Marshall, ISI Group analyst, explains why he changed his mind and did not buy Samsung's Galaxy S4 this weekend.
Forget Apple or Samsung. As the smartphone market continues to expand, the arms dealers that supply chips to the industry should win out.
Apple is getting hit from all sides now while its rival Samsung is posting record profits thanks to strong smartphone sales, reports CNBC's Seem Mody.
Steve Harding, vice president of Antenna, discusses Samsung's results which show it is now ahead of Apple in the U.S. and China and says this is down to innovations and wider product range.
Mehdi Hosseini, Senior Analyst, Senior VP of Semiconductors, Susquehanna Financial Group analyses Samsung's Q1 results.
Samsung reported on Friday its sixth straight quarter of profit growth ahead of the sale of the Galaxy S4 smartphone this weekend.
Gross domestic product grew a seasonally adjusted 0.9 percent from the previous quarter, far above analysts' forecasts and denting expectations for an interest rate cut by the central bank.
James Rooney, Chairman & CEO at Market Force tells CNBC's Cash Flow which stocks he likes in the wake of the latest Korean GDP figures.
Supply issues have snarled the U.S. rollout of Samsung's latest flagship smartphone, which will go on sale at carriers Sprint and T-Mobile later than expected.
Best Buy and Samsung Electronics launched the first Samsung Experience Shop in New York City today, reports CNBC's Courtney Reagan.
Apple may finally have Wall Street off its back, but now the question lingers, just what exactly is the company planning to do with its $145 billion cash hoard?
The big box store is giving tours of Samsung's new store-within-a-store, reports CNBC's Courtney Reagan.
South Korea's Hynix posted its second straight quarter of profit as computer memory chip prices rallied.
Steve Jobs' death, competition from Samsung, and failure to innovate have been blamed for Apple's stock plunge. The real reason may be much less obvious.
All news about Apple seems to be bad these days. And with the company reporting earnings Tuesday, it's likely that's not going to change so fast, analysts said.