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.
The world’s largest personal computer manufacturer has weighed in on the “PC is dead” debate, sparked by Apple’s Tim Cook on Tuesday.
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.
PC sales are plummeting, and one analyst says this could mark a move into unknown territory for the market.
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.
Microsoft Corp and Google Inc have agreed to bury all patent infringement litigation against each other, the companies announced on Wednesday.
For the third year in a row, customer satisfaction with personal computers—desktops, laptops and tablets—continued to decline. NBC News Reports.
Computer maker Dell will invest $125 billion in China over the next five years, its chief executive said on Thursday.
Tech giants from across the globe launched an exciting variety of devices at the IFA consumer electronics show last week. Here's 11 of the latest products.
After years of typing on touch screens, it seems keyboards are making a comeback, with companies releasing keyboard accessories for mobiles.
Lenovo will be in a “very different” situation in terms of profit in the coming quarters as the Chinese technology giant implements a turnaround strategy, the company’s president said.
Samsung revealed Thursday that its smartwatch will be compatible with several Android devices rather than just its own phones and is launching with more than 1,000 apps.
Motorola has launched a new version of its smartwatch in a bid to repeat the success it had with its original model.
The smartphone slowdown is showing up in falling profits for handset makers, as well as sweeping job cuts across the once red-hot sector.
The renminbi's devaluation has hit the Hang Seng Index hard, but there are still plenty of beneficiaries out there.
China's Lenovo Group will lay off 10 percent of white-collar staff after sales of Motorola handsets fell by a third.
Asian stocks mostly erased losses to rise on Thursday, after a closely-watched press conference from the People's Bank of China.
Lenovo reported a 51 percent Q1 net profit fall and said it would cut 3,200 jobs, as it grapples with "severe challenges" in selling smartphones in China.