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  • Samsung sold 56.3 million smartphones in Q3 -report Friday, 26 Oct 2012 | 2:53 AM ET

    SEOUL, Oct 26- Samsung Electronics Co Ltd, the world's top phone handset maker, sold 56.3 million smartphones in the third quarter, widening its lead over rival Apple Inc, a report by research firm IDC showed.

  • *Apple full-year revenue jumps 45 pct to $156.5 bln. SAN FRANCISCO, Oct 25- Apple Inc delivered a second straight quarter of disappointing results and iPad sales fell well short of Wall Street's targets, marring its record of consistently blowing past investors' expectations.

  • *Shares down 1.3 pct in early Seoul trade. SEOUL, Oct 26- South Korean technology powerhouse Samsung Electronics Co posted a fourth straight record quarterly profit- of $7.4 billion- with strong sales of its Galaxy range of phones masking sharply lower memory chip sales.

  • *Shares up 24 pct YTD; Seoul mkt up 5 pct; Apple up 52 pct. Samsung, reporting its results just hours after main rival Apple Inc, did not detail its third-quarter smartphone shipments, though these are estimated to have soared to 58 million. Apple said it shipped 26.9 million iPhones in July-September It launched its latest iPhone 5 on Sept. 21.

  • Samsung, reporting its results just hours after main rival Apple Inc, did not detail its third-quarter smartphone shipments, though these are estimated to have soared to 58 million. Apple said it shipped 26.9 million iPhones in July-September It launched its latest iPhone 5 on Sept. 21.

  • The company, whose biggest shareholder is Sprint Nextel, said Softbank Corp's plan to pay $20 billion for a 70 percent stake in Sprint is good news for Clearwire, which also counts Sprint as its biggest customer. Many analysts expect that Sprint will use the Softbank investment to buy the remainder of Clearwire or provide it with additional funding.

  • Tough Time for Chipmakers: Pro     Thursday, 25 Oct 2012 | 8:30 PM ET

    Craig Berger, MD & Senior Semiconductor Analyst, FBR Capital Markets discusses Apple's and Samsung's latest earnings, adding that chip makers are having a tough time as global demand remains weak.

  • *Shares in Hong Kong more than halved this year. HONG KONG, Oct 25- ZTE Corp, the world's fourth-biggest maker of mobile phones and fifth-ranked telecommunications equipment manufacturer, reported its first quarterly loss- of $310 million- since listing in Hong Kong in 2004, on shredded margins, project delays and accounting changes in China.

  • Microsoft Officially Unveils Windows 8 Thursday, 25 Oct 2012 | 12:47 PM ET

    Microsoft showed off its upgraded operating system, Windows 8, at an event in New York on Thursday.

  • *Shares in Hong Kong more than halved this year. HONG KONG, Oct 25- ZTE Corp, the world's fourth-biggest maker of mobile phones and fifth-ranked telecommunications equipment manufacturer, reported a $310 million quarterly net loss, its first since listing in Hong Kong in 2004, on shredded margins, project delays and accounting changes in China.

  • TOKYO, Oct 25- Japan's Canon Inc cut its full-year earnings outlook and posted a weaker-than-expected quarterly profit as Chinese consumers began shunning Japanese products over a territorial spat, adding to corporate Japan's pain from a slowing global economy.

  • Is Windows 8 the PC's Best Chance to Stay Relevant? Thursday, 25 Oct 2012 | 8:09 AM ET

    Here's what makes Microsoft's Windows 8 so important: It might be the PC's best chance to maintain its dominance in computing.

  • TOKYO, Oct 25- Japan's Canon Inc cut its full-year earnings outlook and posted a weaker-than-expected quarterly operating profit, hit by a weak global economy as the euro zone crisis drags on and a drop in Chinese sales as consumers boycott Japanese products.

  • WASHINGTON, Oct 24- South Korea's Samsung Electronics, the world's top maker of smartphones, infringed Apple patents to make its smartphones and tablets, a U.S. trade panel judge said in a preliminary decision issued on W edn esday. The full International Trade Commission will decide in February whether to uphold or reject the judge's decision.

  • China's ZTE to post first loss as margins bleed Wednesday, 24 Oct 2012 | 8:54 PM ET

    HONG KONG, Oct 25- ZTE Corp, a major Chinese telecommunications equipment manufacturer and the world's No.4 maker of mobile phones, will on Thursday report its first quarterly loss since listing its shares in Hong Kong in 2004, as weak sales have shredded margins to record lows.

  • Best Currency Play Post-Fed Decision     Wednesday, 24 Oct 2012 | 5:30 PM ET

    CNBC's Jon Fortt reports the International Trade Commission's preliminary ruling on the Apple and Samsung patent trial; and trading the Fed's monetary policies, with Amelia Bourdeau, Westpac Institutional Bank.

  • Dutch court says Samsung does not infringe Apple patent Wednesday, 24 Oct 2012 | 8:58 AM ET

    AMSTERDAM, Oct 24- A Dutch court ruled on Wednesday that Samsung Electronics does not infringe an Apple patent by using certain multi-touch techniques on some Galaxy smartphones and tablet computers.

  • SEOUL, Oct 24- South Korea's SK Hynix Inc booked a smaller-than-expected quarterly operating loss on a jump in demand for chips used in mobile devices like Apple Inc's iPad and iPhone, sending its shares up 4 percent. Those new devices will include Apple's iPad mini, a new version of the iPad and Microsoft's new Windows-based smartphones and tablets.

  • Microsoft's newest weapon in China piracy fight Wednesday, 24 Oct 2012 | 2:10 AM ET

    SHANGHAI, Oct 24- In 20 years in China, Microsoft Corp hasn't had much luck. ``The fact that there is no delay and they are treating China as one of their primary markets reflects how important China is to Microsoft and I think that's evident in how they plan to launch Surface,'' said Adam Leach, a London- based analyst with technology consulting firm Ovum.

  • *iPad mini is Apple's first foray into small tablets. SAN JOSE, Oct 23- Apple Inc will begin to sell an 8- inch version of the iPad on Friday to compete with Amazon.com Inc's Kindle and other smaller tablets, but it set a higher-than-expected price tag of $329 that Wall Street fears could curb demand.