2013 Was a Huge Year for Android Gaming

And paid apps on both Android and iOS are falling deeper into obscurity.


Seoul Court Rules That Apple Didn’t Violate Samsung’s Patents

A Seoul court ruled that Apple Inc. didn’t violate some of Samsung Electronics Co.’s patents, dealing a rare blow to the South Korean smartphone maker in its home turf.

PlayPhone Adds SingTel to Its Roster, Betting on “Not Yet Mature” Emerging Markets

And it’s a safe bet, too. Just don’t expect a whole lot of change overnight.
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EA Sports Boss Andrew Wilson Named New CEO of EA

A new leader for the videogames giant.


Samsung to Buy Germany’s Novaled, Raising Bet on Next-Generation Screens

Samsung Group is poised to acquire German lighting specialist Novaled AG.


Apple, Samsung in Renewed Settlement Talks, but Deal Elusive

Apple Inc. and Samsung Electronics Co. have held a series of private negotiations about their numerous patent disputes since a court victory by Apple in one case last summer, according to legal documents and people familiar with the situation.


Hackers Target South Korea

Hackers disabled South Korean government websites for several hours and targeted North Korean official sites as well on Tuesday, the latest round of guerilla activity in cyberspace by critics of both nations.


Disney, Sony Experiment in Korea With Early Video on Demand

Two Hollywood studios have quietly begun testing a controversial business model in South Korea after years of failed efforts in the U.S.: Renting movies via video on demand while they are still playing in theaters.

The Best of Mary Meeker’s 2013 Internet Trends Slides

Not up for 120 slides? Here’s a pull of the best ones, with a focus on the data-heavy charts and graphs.

Samsung Galaxy S4 Costs $237 to Build, Teardown Analysis Shows

Samsung buys a lot of components from itself.