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Asian Stocks Gain On German Optimism

Most of the Asian markets rose Tuesday as investor sentiment turned positive amid hopes that Germany will step up measures to alleviate the debt burden lingering over the euro zone.

Asian Stock Market Advance On Easing Hopes

Asian stock markets advanced for the first time in five days on Thursday as disappointing U.S. housing data boosted hopes for further monetary stimulus from the Federal Reserve.

Asian Markets Rise On Japan Data, EU Optimism

Most Asian markets rose Monday amid indications of improving business conditions in Japan and on continued optimism about the measures taken in the EU summit to alleviate the euro zone debt burden.

Asian Stocks Advance Amid China?s Growth Pledge

Asian stock markets advanced for the second day Tuesday as China's commitment to stimulate growth in the world's second largest economy and signs of cooperation between German and French leaders buoyed sentiment.

Samsung Galaxy S3 Vs LG Optimus LTE 2: Can LG Revamp Its Status And Beat The Biggie With 2GB RAM And 2150mAh Battery?

The successor to Galaxy S2 has come with impressive features. While the tech enthusiasts of the industry are really excited about the new smartphone, there are many others who are somewhat disappointed with the Galaxy S3's features and specs. Many reports claim that the industry expert are not so satisfied with the design and build of the device. They had expected better specifications and features.

Asian Stocks Rise On US Earnings

Asian stock markets advanced Wednesday as signs of an improvement in the US housing market and better-than-expected quarterly earnings from corporate majors buoyed sentiment.

Apple, Sony, 4 Others Sued by Graphics Properties

Apple Inc, Sony Corp and four other companies were sued by Graphics Properties Holdings Inc, formerly known as Silicon Graphics Inc, for allegedly infringing a patent through their sale of mobile phones and other electronic devices.

Insight: Samsung: 'Fast Executioner' Seeks Killer Design

When Samsung Electronics rushed its first smartphone to market in a panicky response to the smash-hit debut of the Apple iPhone, some customers burned the product on the streets or hammered it to bits in public displays of disaffection.