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  • A taxi driver uses the Didi Chuxing app while driving along a street in Guilin, China.

    It's often referred to as the "Uber of China," but Didi Chuxing crushes competitors in the Chinese market.

  • A customer compares the  iPhone SE (left) and the iPhone 6S (right) at an Apple Store in Hangzhou, China.

    Apple actually strengthened its hold on the high-end smartphone market in mainland China in the March quarter, according to a Nielsen report.

  • Huawei unveiled the MateBook, its first 2-in-1 tablet that aims to challenge Apple, Lenovo and Samsung.

  •  'Must Read': Swiping Apple's crown

    The "Worldwide Exchange" crew discusses the morning's top attention-grabbing headlines, including a look at three Chinese tech companies that have global ambitions.

  • Foreign exchange fluctuations were Lenovo's biggest headache in the third-quarter, Wong Wai Ming, CFO at the world's biggest PC maker, told CNBC.

  • Lenovo Earnings

    Lenovo's smartphone business is not a sustainable source of growth for the Chinese company, says Nam Hyung Kim, MD of Arete Research Asia.

  • Lenovo Group said on Wednesday its third-quarter revenue fell 8 percent to $12.9 billion due to slower global PC demand and weaker smartphone sales.

  • *Huawei 1st China firm to ship over 100 mln smartphones in a yr. HONG KONG, Jan 6- Huawei Technologies Co became the first Chinese handset vendor to ship more than 100 million smartphones in a year when its 2015 shipments defied a market slowdown and jumped 44 percent, thanks to strong sales domestically and in Western Europe. Huawei's upbeat performance comes at a...

  • *Strong sales in China and Western Europe. HONG KONG, Jan 6- Huawei Technologies Co has become the first Chinese handset vendor to ship more than 100 million smartphones annually, defying a market slowdown to challenge leaders such as Samsung Electronics Co and Apple Inc.. The Shenzhen- based company said on Wednesday its smartphone shipments rose 44 percent...

  • *Company takes one-fourth of China's storage market. HONG KONG, Dec 8- China's Huawei Technologies Co Ltd aims to become the world's third-largest data storage provider by 2018 as it targets European and local institutions to takes market share from leaders EMC Corp and International Business Machines Corp.. Shenzhen- based Huawei accounted for about a...

  • Toshiba and Fujitsu are in talks to split off and merge their personal computer units, people familiar with the matter said.

  • Asian equities slumped to three-week lows Friday, following a global sell-off overnight as investors digested comments from the Fed and ECB.

  • A start-up claiming to have built "the world’s smallest computer” has reached its crowdfunding goal in its bid to take on some of the biggest PC firms.

  • Apple CEO Tim Cook

    The world’s largest personal computer manufacturer has weighed in on the “PC is dead” debate, sparked by Apple’s Tim Cook on Tuesday.

  • A woman walks past an electronic board displaying the benchmark Hang Seng Index in Hong Kong.

    Asian equities were lackluster on Thursday, with weakening commodity prices and concerns over a slower-growing China pressurizing markets.

  • PC industry titans have launched an ad campaign to highlight how devices have changed since smartphones and tablets became so prominent.

  • A Microsoft store in New York.

    PC sales are plummeting, and one analyst says this could mark a move into unknown territory for the market.

  • An investor in front of an electronic board showing stock information at a brokerage house in Shanghai, September 2, 2015.

    Wall Street's high-profile investors have a long history of moving markets. Now, strategists are wondering if the same could ring true for China.

  • Google and Microsoft

    Microsoft Corp and Google Inc have agreed to bury all patent infringement litigation against each other, the companies announced on Wednesday.

  • Customers get hands on with a laptop computer at a Best Buy in Los Angeles.

    For the third year in a row, customer satisfaction with personal computers—desktops, laptops and tablets—continued to decline. NBC News Reports.