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Mixed results in the Fortune 500's technology sector, as mobile is up year-over-year, cellular is about flat, but the biggest losses in the PC market, as desktops and laptops are taking a backseat for smartphones.
Indonesian ministers say Taiwanese manufacturing giant considering setting up factory in country, which could help create 1 million jobs locally, according to reports.
Chinese telecoms giant looking to set up more training centers to enhance global image even as it looks to push into consumer business and break into markets such as the U.S., company exec says.
Phonemaker plans to reduce headcount to return Devices & Services arm into profitability, while investing in its Lumia smartphones and location-based services. It also sells Vertu to an European equity firm.
East Asia to account for largest share in global mobile entertainment revenue, driven by games and infotainment apps amid strong growth of tablet devices, says report.
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Chinese smartphone maker closes fundraising round effort that now values company at US$4 billion, reveals microblog post by local Internet player.
Japanese handset maker to phase out feature phones by September as it commits to becoming global smartphone player but no plans to manufacture mobile devices in India, says report.
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Japanese manufacturers need to tailor business models according to targeted markets, and have robust app ecosystems to succeed overseas as they move away from increasingly competitive domestic market, observers say.
Korean electronics giant's latest Galaxy smartphone will likely see strong showing in region, but needs to find ways to out-innovate other Android handset makers, note analysts.
Mobile operator 3 Hong Kong becomes fourth player to launch 4G services in city, promising speeds up to 100Mbps, says report.
Asian country takes 22 percent of smartphone market share last quarter while United States accounts for 16 percent--a reversal of figures a year ago, says research firm.
Increase of semiconductor fab capacity in Southeast Asia is expected to outpace rest of world with smartphones driving market, say semicon market players.
Offering subsidies to drive mobile phone sales still important marketing tactic for operators, but effectiveness depends on user demographic in specific markets within Asia, observers note.
Region's less established handset manufacturers have much to gain partnering local telcos as this widens market reach and gives brand credibility to their devices, analysts say.
Mobile joint venture between both Japanese electronics giants ends with Fujitsu acquiring its partner's share and converting it into a wholly owned subsidiary.
Entry-level smartphones growing at expense of high-end feature phones in Thailand as feature phone market reaches saturation point, says IDC.
South Korean giant to offer cheaper smartphones to tap booming and price-sensitive consumer group in India, but gave no details on prices or launch dates.
Competition for leadership in low-cost smartphones segment will intensify and phonemakers such as Nokia can better position their feature phones for this market with smart software, says analyst.
Country's supreme court orders government to cancel 122 licenses issued since 2008 due to fraud but operator complains of unfair treatment and threatens to pull investments, reports state.
Country to see continued mobile handset growth into 2017, driven by smartphone uptake as brands such as Nokia and Samsung jostle with local manufacturers for market share, new study shows.