Samsung heir-apparent Jay Y Lee has been named a board member at the Samsung Electronics shareholders' meeting, coming to the forefront to run South Korea's largest conglomerate.
The South Korean tech giant will commence a software update to cap battering charging at 60 percent, again, for Galaxy Note 7s yet to be returned.
While the Note 7 debacle continues to hit Samsung's mobile fortunes, revenue has dropped across all three divisions of Samsung Electronics.
The New Zealand government is targeting broadband coverage in regional areas by extending fixed-line services and announcing funding for a mobile blackspot project.
The former CEO of Australia's largest telecommunications provider has urged CIOs to reinvent the way their organisations do business to avoid becoming irrelevant.
The Australian banking giant has posted a AU$352 million statutory net profit for the 2016 financial year and has praised its reduction in 'technology incidents'.
Xiaomi's lack of clear market positioning has defied its efforts to expand its influence, and is gradually seeing it outstripped by other Chinese peers.
Börje Ekholm will take over the networking and communications equipment company as it struggles to move from the 4G to the 5G era.
Microsoft unveils a major update coming to more than 400 million Windows 10 devices and the introduction of Surface Studio, Surface Dial and a more powerful Surface Book
Western Digital beat estimates despite posting a net loss due to the cost of its SanDisk acquisition.