Apple increased its lead in the U.S. smartphone market as it prepares to unveil its next-generation iPhone, comScore data showed. Re/code reports.» Read More
TAIPEI, Taiwan-- Taiwan's exports rose 10 percent from a year earlier in September to $27 billion, ending a streak of six consecutive monthly declines. The Finance Ministry said Monday that Southeast Asia has shown its economic strength by buying $5.4 billion worth of Taiwanese goods in the month, up 41 percent from a year earlier.
TAIPEI, Oct 8- Taiwan smartphone maker HTC Corp. said on Monday that consolidated sales for September reached T $21.13 billion, down 53.4 percent from the same month a year earlier. The monthly sales compared with T $45.3 billion a year ago and T $24 billion in the previous month.
TAIPEI, Oct 8- Taiwan's HTC Corp, the world's fifth-largest smartphone maker, said its third-quarter net profit fell 79 p ercent, mi ssing f orecasts, as its flagship phones failed to keep pace with the Apple Inc's iPhone and Samsung Electronics Co Ltd's Galaxy range.
WASHINGTON, Oct 2- Google subsidiary Motorola Mobility has dropped a complaint of patent infringement against Apple without explanation. Apple did not return telephone calls seeking comment and Google said only: "As we have said many times before, we will continue to vigorously defend our partners".
WASHINGTON, Oct 2- Google subsidiary Motorola Mobility has dropped a complaint of patent infringement against Apple without explanation. In a brief filing with the International Trade Commission made on Monday, Motorola Mobility said it was dropping without prejudice a complaint that Apple had infringed on seven Motorola patents.
TAIPEI, Oct 2- Taiwan stocks closed up 0.56 percent on Tuesday, joining other Asian bourses in gains, with HTC Corp. The Taiwan dollar was up by T $0.122 to trade at T $29.280. ASIA-PACIFIC STOCK MARKET REPORTS: Japan..........
Smart phone maker HTC is showing off a tablet computer that can be used either with a finger or with a battery-powered "pen" for drawing and note-taking.
Microsoft is suing Motorola for infringing on its smart-phone patents.