After its acquisition of IBM's PC business, Lenovo has transformed itself from a China-based business to a global company.
Apple's Tim Cook was forced to apologize for Apple's Maps function in 2012.
*Nokia sold its phones business to Microsoft in 2014. FRANKFURT/ HELSINKI, Dec 1- Nokia smartphones are poised for a comeback after former managers at the Finnish company licensed the handset brand from Microsoft and struck up partnerships with Google and phone manufacturer Foxconn. HMD Global, led by Nokia veteran Arto Nummela, wants to launch its first Nokia...
Spectacles, sunglasses that can record video clips, has become one of the most sought-after gadgets of the season, reports NYT.
Under Finland's icy exterior is a hotbed of start-ups looking to become major players in the young but fast-growing areas of virtual and augmented reality.
Developing countries coming online this year are a key bright spot.
KGI Securities forecasts three new iPhones with wireless charging from Apple next year, 9to5Mac reports.
FRANKFURT, Nov 29- An attempt to hijack consumer router devices for a wider internet attack caused network outages that hit hundreds of thousands of Deutsche Telekom customers in Germany, a company executive said. The outages appeared to be tied to a botched attempt to commandeer customers' routers to disrupt internet traffic, according to Deutsche Telekom's...
*Deutsche Telekom says routers made by Arcadyan affected. FRANKFURT, Nov 28- Hundreds of thousands of Deutsche Telekom customers in Germany were hit on Sunday by network outages and a company executive blamed the disruptions on a failed hacking attempt to hijack consumer router devices for a wider internet attack. "In the framework of the attack, it was...
A curved screen, long-rumored to be in the cards for Apple, is among the prototypes, people familiar with the matter told The Wall Street Journal.
YunOS, Alibaba's mobile operating system, is on track to corner a 14% share of smartphone shipments in China by year-end, analysts say.
The millennial-friendly devices are in such high demand that they're being sold on eBay for as much as $5,000.
BEIJING, Nov 25- Sharp drops in smartphone sales for China's Xiaomi Inc will not have a major impact on the company as profit growth will be driven by sales from smart home devices as well as revenue from its software eco-system, a senior executive said. Xiaomi was valued at $46 billion in its last fund-raising in 2014- making it briefly the world's most valuable...
BEIJING— A group of former Chinese executives who were linked to a fallen presidential aide imprisoned on graft charges have been convicted of insider trading and other offenses. A court in China's northeast said 12 executives of Founder Group, once a prominent computer manufacturer, were convicted Friday and sentenced to prison. Another court said last year...
HP Inc said on Tuesday it expects an adjusted profit 35-38 cents per share for the first quarter.
Smartphone operating profit in the third quarter reached $9 billion of which Apple took 91 percent of the share.
Rob Enderle talks about the stronger-than-expected performance of HP's PC and printer segments.
Confusion about cloud computing has hit the server business of HP Enterprise, says Jayson Nolan at Robert W. Baird.
Surprisingly, PC sales are driving revenues for HP but there are challenges ahead for the printer segment, says Patrick Moorhead at Moor Insights & Strategy.
HP Inc said it expects an adjusted profit 35- 38 cents per share for the first quarter. Analysts on average were expecting 38 cents per share, according to Thomson Reuters I/B/E/S. HP Inc's net earnings plunged to $492 million, or 28 cents per share, in the quarter ended Oct. 31, from $1.32 billion, or 73 cents per share.
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