Asian equities were mostly lower on Thursday following a sharp selloff on Wall Street overnight and an escalation of political turmoil in Yemen.
Microsoft to make the viewing and editing features of Office free for devices with screens of 10.1-inches or smaller, reports Re/code.
Asian equity markets struggled for direction on Wednesday following an uninspiring lead from Wall Street overnight.
Equity markets in Tokyo and Shanghai outperformed the region to scale fresh multi-year highs on Monday, drawing strength from a strong finish on Wall Street last week.
What if, with the flick of a switch, you could turn your light fixture into a music player, or perhaps a home monitor?
House Speaker John Boehner will visit Israel, and Samsung's S6 & S6 Edge will be available April 10th, reports CNBC's Sue Herera.
After a lackluster morning session, Asian stocks mostly advanced on Friday, with Tokyo, Shanghai and Sydney markets finishing the week at new highs.
Many investors are betting that Samsung's Galaxy S6 devices will take the stock to record highs.
Asian equities outside Japan traded higher on Thursday as investors welcomed a dovish statement from the Federal Reserve.
Hopes that the new Galaxy S6 devices can fuel an earnings recovery have boosted the shares of Kospi-listed Samsung Electronics. SBS CNBC's June Yoon has more.
Thailand's economy is at risk as electronics manufacturers ditch the country's outdated facilities for cheaper alternatives in neighboring countries.
Without a central theme to rally around, brands focus their South by Southwest efforts on marketing gimmicks that get people buzzing.
The seven-figure deal. It's the holy grail of software. For a small start-up like Quid, it marks entry into the big leagues.
BlackBerry said on Saturday it was launching a high-security tablet, developed with IBM and Samsung.
Chinese shares led gains in Asia on Monday, touching a five-year high on rising stimulus bets.
Users of Alibaba's mobile payment systems could soon be able to pay by scanning their face with a smartphone,
Asian shares rose on Thursday, boosted by better-than-expected Australian jobs data from Australia and a surprise rate cut in South Korea.
South Korean stocks are underperforming their regional peers this year, but one bright spot has emerged as the country's cultural exports gain popularity overseas: consumer stocks.
Expect Apple’s jump into wearables to pay off in the long run, some analysts said.
Privacy experts warn that with so many microphones and cameras in homes, outsiders could have more insight into your life than you know.