Samsung Electronics Co. is already the world’s biggest seller of smartphones to consumers. But to win more corporate and government clients, the South Korean technology giant has to master a new set of skills — and has to do it quickly.
The waiting time for iPhone 5Ss has shortened significantly as major assembler Hon Hai Precision Industry Co. has been running its factories round the clock, adding more workers to its production lines.
When Samsung Electronics Co.’s early-September Galaxy Gear launch created a hype around the potential market for smartwatches, it was certain that we would soon see cheaper versions from Chinese competitors.
A federal appeals court on Monday gave Apple Inc. a fresh chance to argue Samsung Electronics Co. should be barred from selling phones and tablets a jury said infringed on patents held by the computer giant.
BlackBerry Ltd. executives flew to California to meet with Facebook Inc. last week to gauge its interest in a potential bid for the struggling smartphone-maker, according to people familiar with the matter.
HTC Corp. is considering outsourcing production of smartphones in a major strategic shift as the struggling Taiwanese smartphone maker looks for ways to cut costs and retain profitability, people familiar with the situation said.
U.K. chip designer ARM Holdings PLC, whose technology is used in Apple Inc.’s iPhone, said Tuesday it had a record order backlog going into the final fiscal quarter as it posted a rise in third-quarter profit on strong global demand for smartphones.