Asian bourses were mixed on Monday, with China outperforming after a new launch date was announced for an anticipated cross-border trading link.
The nation's top military academy may be an unusual place to find a technology start-up, but that's exactly what's happening at West Point.
Asian equities turned mixed in Friday's afternoon session.
Xiaomi is said to raise close to $1.5 billion in capital, in the largest private financing for a venture-backed company. The Financial Times reports.
Alexis Dawance, head of equities at MFM Mirante, says Samsung is a "powerhouse" and a much bigger company than just a smartphone maker.
Samsung is on the prowl for up to 1 million square feet of office space in Manhattan to house employees.
Facebook is the tech company consumers most fear when it comes to privacy, says a poll conducted for CNBC.com.
The extra months Apple spends refining the Apple Watch could redefine the smartwatch industry, an analyst says.
Russia has a new tech city chock-full of co-working spaces, seed funding, and a research university. All they need now are the technologists.
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.