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The proposed merger between Applied Materials and rival chipmaker Tokyo Electron will not be allowed by U.S. regulators, CNBC's Jim Cramer said.
Asian stocks pared back some of their losses on Tuesday as investors continued to fret about the future of U.S. monetary stimulus among a lack of market catalysts.
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Apple announced that sales for its new iPhone had set a record, with consumers snapping up a record nine million smartphones.
Scotland Yard was the first to use fingerprinting to catch criminals. Now, it's criminals turn to break into Apple iPhone's fingerprint sensors.
Asian equities were mixed on Monday as investors digested a better-than-expected report of Chinese factory activity, but volumes were thin with Japan shut for a public holiday.
Smartphone technology is still broadly struggling to find a connection with Asia's booming 'silver economy,' which could be worth a staggering $3 trillion in the Asia-Pacific region by 2017.
"We sold our Apple a few days after they showed the new iPhones," Light Street Capital's Glen Kacher says.
Hackers are gearing up for iPhone 5S release with a contest to crack its fingerprint scanner.
Hackers are gearing up for Friday's release of the iPhone 5S, aiming to be the first to crack the device's first-ever fingerprint scanner.
BlackBerry launched its new Z30 flagship smartphone on Wednesday, as it battles to win back market share despite uncertainty around its future.
The lesson from the communications giant is that in the nascent multipolar world, global leaders must excel in both advanced and emerging nations.
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Asian equity markets ended mostly lower on Tuesday amid anticipation of a reduction in U.S. stimulus ahead of the Federal Reserve's two-day policy meeting.
BlackBerry's parts may be more coveted than the company as a whole, according to Reuters.
Asian equities were lower on the final trading day of the week due to profit-taking and caution ahead of the Federal Reserve's policy meeting next week but Japan bucked the trend on media reports of Lawrence Summers as the next Fed chief.
European plans to scrap mobile roaming charges leave telecoms companies facing the prospect of wafer-thin profit margins, analysts said.
Apple has been full of surprises this week, but not the good kind. Its stock was pummeled after it failed to deliver on two key things.
"I think the Street is missing the big picture," Morgan Stanley's Katy Huberty says.
Just in time for the new iPhones, Wal-mart unveiled details about its smartphone trade-in program in the U.S.