The "Worldwide Exchange" crew discusses the morning's top attention-grabbing headlines, including a look at three Chinese tech companies that have global ambitions.» Read More
Samsung's lackluster growth in mobile devices can be boiled down to three problems.
ZTE is building brand awareness in the US with new partnerships that add to its second-place edge in the growing prepaid market.
Xiaomi is said to raise close to $1.5 billion in capital, in the largest private financing for a venture-backed company. The Financial Times reports.
Thursday's second quarter results indicate that Lenovo is struggling to keep up with compeition in China's smartphone market, says Jean-Louis Lafayeedney, Technology Analyst at Societe Generale Ji Asia.
Lenovo said net income jumped 19 percent in the second fiscal quarter, as it tightened its hold over global PC sales even as the market shrunk.
Ahead of Lenovo's quarterly earnings on Thursday, Brad Gastwirth, CEO of ABR Investment Strategy, outlines his expectations for the world's largest PC marker.
Obi Mobiles, the new kid on the smartphone block, was launched by co-founder and former Apple CEO John Sculley in Singapore on Thursday.
China's Xiaomi is now the third-largest smartphone vendor after Apple and Samsung in new IDC data, reports Recode.
Samsung's third quarter earnings report revealed a worsening situation, as its mobile division collapses amid competition in the smartphone market.
China may ban Facebook, but not its co-founder Mark Zuckerberg. He delighted an audience of students in Beijing recently by chatting in Mandarin.
Company executives told analysts Hewlett-Packard may see an acquisition post-split, reports Re/Code.
Dan Costa of PCMag.com said Samsung should take a page from Apple's book and focus on less products.
HP's breakup could end up being a good thing in the long run, but it won't fix the company's core issues.
Computing giant Hewlett-Packard is close to breaking itself into two companies, following a months-long process during which it explored the sale of several business units, Re/code reports.
A year after his company went private, Michael Dell talked about the PC business, whether he'll take Dell public again, and cloud startup valuations.
CNBC highlights the major products that are drawing the crowds at this year's IFA event.
At a coming-out party on Sept. 9, the tech world expects Apple to show off a device with a 4.7-inch screen, and possibly one with a 5.5-inch screen.
A Chinese antitrust probe into Microsoft's Windows web browser and media player is the latest of several government complaints against the firm.
Mozilla has launched its first smartphone in India running its Firefox operating system (OS) for 1,999 rupees ($33).
Lenovo is preparing an "aggressive" smartphone push into emerging countries as it looks to extend its influence.