PC industry still struggling, but sales decline leveling off (Update)
Despite some glimmers of recovery, the personal computer industry is still struggling with declining sales, according to two market reports issued Monday that show global PC shipments fell in 2014 for the third year in a ...
US market lifts global tablet sales: survey
Strong sales in the United States helped boost the global market for tablet computers in the third quarter, tracker IDC said Thursday.
You have a phone. Do you need HTC's video camera?
Everywhere you look people are using smartphones and tablets to snap pictures and film concerts, speeches—their kids' ballet recitals—and instantly share the experiences with friends and family. At many ...
LVMH, Google unite against fake online luxury goods
French luxury products group LVMH and Internet search engine Google have agreed to work together to fight the sale of counterfeit goods online, the two firms said on Thursday.
Amazon readying an attack on Google's ad business
US online giant Amazon is preparing to take on Google in one of its core businesses, Internet advertising, the Wall Street Journal said, citing sources familiar with the matter.
Apple sets Sept 9 iPhone event (Update)
Apple has scheduled a September 9 event to unveil its long-anticipated large-screen iPhone, the online news site Re/code reported Tuesday.
You don't need a fast car to rob a bank any more, just malware
The number of physical robberies on banks has fallen dramatically in recent years, but the amount of money banks are losing through electronic methods has rocketed. In 2013 for example, the annual fraud ...
Global device sales shifting to mobile, survey finds
Global sales of electronic devices including PCs, tablets and mobile phones hit 2.4 billion units this year, with the mobile segment leading the way, a survey showed Monday.
Pesticides threaten birds and bees alike, study says
Neurotoxic pesticides blamed for the world's bee collapse are also harming butterflies, worms, fish and birds, said a scientific review that called Tuesday for tighter regulation to curb their use.
Taiwan's HTC hopes much-loved M8 will revive fortunes
Once a star of the intensely competitive smartphone sector, Taiwan's HTC has seen its fortunes collapse in recent years—but the success of its latest model provides a glimmer of hope.
Investors' risk tolerance decreases with the stock market, study finds
As the U.S. economy slowly recovers many investors remain wary about investing in the stock market. Now, Michael Guillemette, an assistant professor of personal financial planning in the University of Missouri College of ...
Tablet sales losing steam, survey shows
Global sales of tablet computers are likely to slow this year, hurt in part by saturation and adoption of large-screen smartphones or "phablets," a market tracker said Thursday.
Global tablet sales freeze up, survey shows
The global market for tablet computers went into hibernation in early 2014, ending a long run of sizzling growth, a survey showed Thursday.
Nokia eyes turnaround with new CEO, dividend (Update 2)
Nokia is planning for a turnaround now that it has sold its lossmaking handset business to Microsoft, naming on Tuesday a new CEO, promising to pay dividends again and laying out its vision for its remaining ...