S. Korea’s antitrust watchdog has launched an investigation into whether Samsung is abusing its dominant position in the wireless market to disadvantage Apple.
Huawei, which has grown to become a dominant telecom equipment provider, is constantly under threat because of what some might call China-bashing.
China’s largest internet search engine Baidu, has reported a 70% jump in profits in the second quarter, amid continued growth in its advertising revenue.
Mayer has announced her departure from Google to Yahoo! and her pregnancy in the same breath. Some think she is on crack, others, a brilliant tactical play.
Yahoo! has appointed Google vice president Marissa Mayer as CEO as the company struggles to rebound from years of financial malaise and internal turmoil.
China’s deepest slowdown since the 2008 global crisis is inflicting more pain in some areas than still-robust headline growth of about 8 percent might suggest.
Apple has recently overtaken Sony as the second top brand in Asia, but still behind Samsung, in a list that includes Panasonic and Nestle.
India-based fraudsters who had found a novel way to steal money by tricking cash machines have been arrested. About 10M rupees have been stolen this way.
Samsung assures enterprises of security and efficiency with its SAFE initiative, targeted at business users. This will ship on the latest Galaxy S3 smartphone.
China will generate $707 billion (S$899B) in revenues, cost reduction and service improvements by the year 2020 according to GSMA and Machina Research.