New York/Seoul | March 15, 2013 15:40 (IST)
Samsung Electronics Co premiered its latest flagship phone, the Galaxy S4, which sports a bigger display and unconventional features such as gesture controls, as the South Korean titan challenges Apple Inc on its home turf.
March 15, 2013 13:23 (IST)
Samsung Electronics Co premiered its latest flagship phone, the Galaxy S4, which sports a bigger display and unconventional features such as gesture controls and which will spearhead its efforts to challenge Apple Inc on its home turf.
March 14, 2013 14:32 (IST)
ZTE Corp, China's second-largest telecom equipment maker, said it plans to launch more products in India to help increase smartphone revenues by 30 per cent this year, while naming a new chief executive for its operations in India.
March 14, 2013 00:23 (IST)
Andy Rubin is stepping down as head of Google Inc's Android division after he helped turn the software into the world's most widely-used mobile operating system. Google's browser and applications chief Sundar Pichai will replace Rubin, bringing the firm's mobile software, applications and Chrome browser under one roof.
Seoul | March 13, 2013 14:08 (IST)
Some analysts predict the new Galaxy S IV could top 10 million unit sales in the first month after its launch, so any hiccups in the smooth delivery of core components could be disastrous.
New Delhi | March 08, 2013 22:33 (IST)
BlackBerry on Friday said its India managing director Sunil Dutt has quit the company and he will be replaced by Rick Costanzo, who is the executive vice president (global sales).
March 07, 2013 20:26 (IST)
Finnish mobile phone maker Nokia said on Thursday that it will receive more royalty payments from Microsoft than it pays to the software giant this year.
New Delhi | March 06, 2013 22:43 (IST)
Mobile phone sales in India grew by 16 per cent to 218 million units last year on the back of rising demand for smartphones, a study by market research group IDC said.
New Delhi | March 06, 2013 13:55 (IST)
Sony Corp aims to triple sales of its mobile phones in India to Rs 3,500 crore in the year to March 2014, Kenichiro Hibi, managing director of its India unit.
March 02, 2013 11:25 (IST)
A judge on Friday cut $450 million from a $1 billion award to be paid by Samsung in a landmark patent lawsuit from Apple, saying a jury had wrongly calculated the damages.
February 25, 2013 15:48 (IST)
Nokia launched a 15-euro phone to shore up its position in the basic handset market, where it has lost share while it focused on developing expensive smartphones.
Washington | February 23, 2013 00:21 (IST)
HTC America, which makes smartphones and tablets that use Android and Windows software, will settle a U.S. regulator's charges it failed to take adequate steps to eliminate security flaws that put millions of users' data at risk.
Paris | February 22, 2013 16:47 (IST)
Nokia is set to launch cheaper handset models in an attempt to fend off growing competition from Chinese rivals in the low-end market, company sources said on Friday.
New Delhi | February 20, 2013 22:46 (IST)
Smartphone maker BlackBerry will unveil its new line of BlackBerry 10-powered devices in the country on February 25. The launch in India follows the global launch of the new operating system and two devices -- Z10 and Q10 -- powered by the new platform on January 30.
February 19, 2013 20:15 (IST)
Microsoft Corp chairman, Bill Gates, said he was not satisfied with the company's pace of innovation over the last few years, and that it had mishandled its early mobile strategy.
Rio de Janeiro | February 14, 2013 20:05 (IST)
Apple Inc, which lost the rights to its iPhone trademark in Brazil on Wednesday, is challenging the ruling by Brazil's copyright regulator to prevent local firm Gradiente Eletronica SA from using the "iPhone" brand name.
Bangalore | February 13, 2013 20:34 (IST)
Worldwide mobile phone sales totaled 1.75 billion units in 2012, a 1.7 per cent decline from the previous calendar year, according to technology researcher Gartner, Inc.
Tokyo | February 08, 2013 14:54 (IST)
The report said BlackBerry's share in the Japanese market had slumped to 0.3 per cent from about 5 per cent in the past. The paper gave no time frame.
Seattle/San Francisco , United States | February 06, 2013 11:09 (IST)
Microsoft is playing defense with a $2 billion loan to help Dell Inc's founder buy back the world's No.3 PC maker as it seeks to shore up support for Windows and beat back the march of Google's Android.
New York, United States | February 06, 2013 09:26 (IST)
For years, many Wall Street investors wrote off Dell Inc as a dying personal computer company that has failed to adapt to a new era of tablets and smartphones. But Silver Lake Partners, one of the most respected technology investors in Silicon Valley, is betting about $1 billion that they're wrong.