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The companies involved were not disclosed, but the events appear similar to those at other retailers late last year, The Wall Street Journal said.
Major tech companies are making headlines at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Spain, one of the most important tech gatherings.
Mark Spoonauer, LaptopMag.com editor in chief, displays the new Samsung Galaxy Gear smartwatch.
Asian shares were mostly in the green on Tuesday, after a positive handover from the U.S. sent majority of equity markets, particularly Japanese shares, higher.
My email was stuffed full of commentary about what may happen at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, which is now underway.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
After a most choppy session, Asian stocks closed lower on the first trading day of the week.
The companies have failed to settle their patent dispute despite a daylong meeting between top executives.
An upbeat handover from Wall Street on Thursday inspired gains in most Asian shares on Friday.
American viewers aren't the only ones binging on "House of Cards." Chinese viewers have also been watching thanks to Nasdaq-listed firm Sohu.
Asian equity markets ended lower on Thursday due to profit-taking and as investors focused on regional earnings reports.
Richard Windsor, founder of Radio Free Mobile, discusses the deal between Lenovo and Motorola and what the Chinese phone manufacturer needs to do to be a major smartphone player.
Asian equities rose on Tuesday but trade was subdued as investors awaited a speech from Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen.
Of course, when we talk tech game-changers there's Steve Jobs and Bill Gates. But do you know who Jony Ive or Hasso Plattner are? You should.
CNBC's Asia Squawk Box team discuss a new study that reveals the power of corporate partnerships.
Japanese shares reversed gains on Thursday amid caution over earnings while the rest of Asian equities ended higher on bargain hunting.
Sony is excising its long-ailing PC and TV units, but it isn't clear if that will restore the one-time consumer electronics kingpin's health.
Two of Hewlett-Packard's most powerful executives, until they were sidelined by CEO Meg Whitman, are preparing to leave the company soon.
Asian equity markets traded mixed on Wednesday. Overnight gains on Wall Street pushed Japan and South Korea shares on a rebound.
Samsung fans rejoice! The Korean electronics company may be launching the Galaxy S5 on February 24, nearly 4 weeks ahead of schedule. CNBC's Julia Wood reports.