Xiaomi's popularity outside China is growing in markets such as India, but the smartphone maker just can't seem to match demand with supply.
Big Blue’s business customers are turning to cloud players for cheap, plentiful computing power they can rent by the hour.
Xiaomi took another step toward bringing a portfolio of phones to India, its second largest market, by releasing its Mi4 handset there.
You have to go to India or China to buy some of the world's best smartphones made by Xiaomi, YotaPhone, Micromax, Huawei and Lenovo.
India's rapidly growing smartphone market is seeing China's handset makers compete more aggressively than ever, with 4G handsets.
As the tablet market has begun to saturate across most regions, demand is returning to PCs.
Release of the convertible coincided with two new Lenovo smartphones and an "AnyPen" device.
The Chinese phone-maker announced the new additions to its 2015 lineup at the 2015 International CES on Monday.
Already China’s second-largest search provider, a joint venture with Coolpad could make Qihoo a major player in hardware.
Emerging markets saw some of the largest gains while Samsung's lead was eaten away by Apple and Chinese smartphone makers.
It would mean going after markets that Apple has neglected in the past.
Samsung aims to distinguish itself from the competition with its curved-screen Galaxy Note Edge.
Lenovo's latest smartphone bears a lot of similar features to a recently released smartphone out of Cupertino, California.
Investors will be eyeing Lenovo, the world’s largest PC maker, to see how it plans to turn around Motorola and IBM's server business.
Home-grown smartphone sellers with global ambitions are playing an aggressive price game to thwart market leader Samsung.
Apple Retains Top Spot In Worldwide Tablet Market In Q3 Despite Shipment Decline, Samsung In Second Place
Products of leading vendors continued to dominate the tablet market in the third quarter, despite growing competition from low-cost rivals.
Motorola has largely been credited with inventing the cell phone but has suffered in the current era of Apple and Samsung dominance.
Security is just one issue that American companies face as China comes to dominate computer hardware.
IBM will pay Santa Clara-based Globalfoundries $1.5 billion to take money-losing chip unit off its hands.
IBM’s CEO Ginni Rometty reportedly struck the deal with Globalfoundries after months of talks between the companies.
As tablet penetration becomes saturated and laptops gain features, consumers are slowly moving back to PCs, according to Gartner.
Growing shipments of Apple's Mac computers has given the Cupertino, California, tech titan a boost into the top five global PC vendors.
HP spinoff has a chance to succeed in the PC market.
Big Blue’s India headcount now double the size of U.S. staff.
The effort is key if IBM, which has struggled to grow sales in recent quarters, is to realize its goal of making Watson a $10 billion business.
India's Micromax has upstaged Apple to sell more tablets in Q2, taking second spot in overall market share in the country, behind Samsung.
The Chinese government plans to invest as much as $170 billion over the next five to 10 years in the industry, according to a McKinsey report.
Lenovo's core PC business, which still accounts for roughly 82 percent of sales, continued to tighten its grip on the market.
Apple and Samsung continue to lose smartphone market share as Chinese competition intensifies.
The overall smartphone market grew 23.1 percent annually in the second quarter of 2014 with a record 295.3 million shipments.