Can a $1,000 smartphone help Samsung boost its customer base?
Xiaomi’s International Expansion: 5 Reasons The Chinese Smartphone Maker Will Have Trouble Going Global
It could be years before Xiaomi can penetrate the U.S. and European smartphone markets.
Oppo Electronics' new smartphone is the "thinnest" on the market to date.
The retailer is considering whether to expand its price-matching to goods offered by online competitors.
Samsung Galaxy A Series Announced: Metal Galaxy A5 And Galaxy A3 Tipped To Spearhead Samsung's Comeback
Samsung has had trouble on the market in 2014 but hopes a new product line up will save it in the coming year.
Wal-Mart said it plans to have 20,000 "rollbacks", or a product discounted for at least 90 days, on offer starting on Saturday.
The coming months are crucial for Samsung to turn around its smartphone sales before it drowns in a sea of competitors.
The launch of the Galaxy Note 4 wasn't enough to save Samsung from massive profit and revenue slumps in the third quarter.
Samsung's woes in India won't abate unless the mobile phone giant can deliver a sophisticated smartphone at a price rivaling Xiaomi.
Iran could be a valuable market for Apple if it could find a way to set up shop in the country.
Retail members of MCX could face huge fines if they accept Apple Pay or other rival mobile payment systems.
With a large smartphone portfolio, LG Electronics is gaining ground against the competition.
The FBI, NSA and Secret Service are investigating the data breach after being tipped off by an American ally.
Hackers thought to have ties to the Russian government are reportedly suspected in the breach.
The end of the road for Plasma is near as LG plans to halt manufacturing the display technology.
The Apple Watch is expected to be released in early 2015.
Security is just one issue that American companies face as China comes to dominate computer hardware.
A company in Britain is developing the technology to replace the inside of a plane's fuselage with giant OLED screens.
Consumer spending on Apple smartphones and related products is boosting the overall U.S. economy.
CVS and Rite Aid reportedly disabled Apple Pay in their stores.
Once expected to be a game-changer, the Fire phone has sold few handsets during its four months of availability.
Tim Cook met with top officials days after Beijing was accused of staging a massive Web surveillance dragnet.
Microsoft's tablet line may be growing in revenue, but it lags far behind rival iOS and Android competitors.
The roll out of Apple Pay hasn't been as seamless as expected, but many companies report happy customers.
Sony's new smartphone is an able challenger to Apple and Samsung, but that doesn't mean people will buy it.
Fans too impatient to not download free, pirated copies of "Guardians of the Galaxy" aren't alone.
In a conference call Thursday, Comcast is expected to address news that HBO and CBS are wooing non-cable subscribers.
Xiaomi may want to manufacture in India, but the country's all-but-absent electronics manufacturing ecosystem will be a big obstacle.
Verizon posted fairly positive earnings on Tuesday.
HTC devices could begin updating to Android 5.0 KitKat as early as next month.