Asian stock markets shrugged off a positive lead from Wall Street to trade mixed on a data-light Monday. In Malaysia, AirAsia was down 8.5 percent early Monday, after briefly opening down nearly 12 percent.» Read More
Samsung announced a product event to be held in London next month. Sascha Segan, PCMAG lead mobile analyst, discusses whether a smaller version of its galaxy smartphone is on its way to consumers.
The problem for Korea had seemed obvious: the won has climbed by a third against the Japanese currency, in theory allowing Japanese companies to undercut Korean competitors and carry home more yen.
Duracell is making a push in wireless charging, working with partners to try and do for public gadget power what Intel did for public WiFi.
Sony cut its sales targets for digital cameras, smartphones, and tablets, but said there were "encouraging" signs of a revival in its electronics business.
Sony shareholders will be able to gauge CEO Kazuo Hirai's response to activist investor Dan Loeb's proposal to break up the company when he gives an update on his revival strategy at a press briefing on Wednesday.
Apple isn't being valued as an innovator, former CEO John Sculley says.
The energy boom in the U.S. is providing a shock absorber of sorts for major oil companies, helping to hedge a strong dollar amid an the increase in domestic production.
Overtaking Apple as the world's leading maker of smartphones has stretched Samsung's in-house supply lines, and the South Korean firm is now courting some of its rival's main parts suppliers.
Japanese display maker Sharp will aim to boost sales to the iPhone maker's rival Samsung Electronics under a three-year rehabilitation roadmap.
Shanghai stocks fell to a one-week low on Tuesday amid fears that the People's Bank of China would not provide monetary stimulus to support the economy while Asia's other equity markets were mixed ahead of Australia's budget release.
Sharp said it expects to rebound to an operating profit in the year to March 31 as it battles to remain viable after averting failure last year.
Despite suffering a huge loss for the second consecutive year, Sharp was up more than 12% on Monday due to reports of the company undergoing drastic restructuring and downsizing of non-lucrative operations.
Is it possible that Asia will be the first region to build a truly mobile business environment? I would be surprised if this doesn't happen, says this expert.
Ren Zhengfei, founder and CEO of Huawei Technologies, defended the Chinese firm's stand on U.S. cybersecurity concerns when he spoke to the media for the first time on Thursday.
Sony said it expects operating profit to hold steady in the year to next March after rising to its highest in five years last year.
Mobile computing is bad news for the hard-drive business, Kynikos Associates founder Jim Chanos told the audience at the Ira Sohn investment conference Tuesday.
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.