South Korean chipmaker SK Hynix Inc. said Wednesday it posted a profit for a second straight quarter as the stronger won reduced the amount of debt denominated in foreign currencies.
With the dust settling over Windows 8′s grand launch, t’s worth asking: has it worked? Will the new OS crack the IT market, in Asia and elsewhere?
Rumors indicate that the Taiwanese smartphone manufacturer is planning to license Windows or BlackBerry for its smartphones.
Microsoft to hire more than 1,000 new employees in China & boost R&D spending by 15% in an effort to catch up with Apple & Google in the mobile Internet market.
628,000 laptops and 392,000 desktop computers were sold to consumers and businesses across Thailand in S2 2012, with businesses taking 27% of the market.
Hynix Co, which supplies mobile chips to Apple, sank to a quarterly loss as oversupply battered mobile chip prices while demand for personal computers weakened.
Smartphones powered Samsung Electronics Co. to record quarterly earnings, mostly fueled by Galaxy smartphone sales.
Apple has recently overtaken Sony as the second top brand in Asia, but still behind Samsung, in a list that includes Panasonic and Nestle.
Does Microsoft need a radical branding? With Windows Phone, Windows 8 and Surface, Microsoft might want to shun its old image to appeal to a broader audience.
Samsung assures enterprises of security and efficiency with its SAFE initiative, targeted at business users. This will ship on the latest Galaxy S3 smartphone.