Apple opened its first retail stores in the Arab world on Thursday in the luxury malls of the United Arab Emirates, hoping to sell wealthy consumers on their new high-end smartwatches.
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Telecom networks company Nokia saw its shares surge on Thursday after it raised its outlook for the year and said it would distribute 4 billion euros ($4.4 billion) to shareholders, despite a drop in third quarter earnings.
Sony Corp. returned to profit last quarter in a sign its marathon restructuring effort is beginning to produce results.
South Korea's Samsung Electronics pulled out of an extended earnings dive on Thursday, reporting a nearly 30 percent surge in third-quarter net profit and announcing a $10 billion share buyback.
LG Electronics said Thursday its mobile communications division suffered its first operating loss in more than a year, dragging down the company's overall earnings for the third quarter.
IBM is bringing its "cloud" computing power to a deal with The Weather Company.
Global smartphone sales gained in the third quarter as major vendors ramped up special deals and financing to attract buyers, a survey showed Wednesday.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg defended his company's contentious efforts to expand Internet access in the developing world during his second visit to India this year.
Facebook chief executive and founder Mark Zuckerberg said Wednesday he believes India will be crucial to getting "the next billion online" and helping to alleviate poverty.