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Indonesian official says Taiwanese manufacturer will team up with local mobile phone distributor Erajaya Swasembada to offer locally-made handsets, and it will start constructing its factory later this year.
Wall Street was expecting earnings of 81 cents a share on revenue of $28.08 billion for the second quarter.
Tumblr is a very well designed mini publishing platform, but more ads, sooner, could have made it the Huffington Post of personal publishing.
Sales targets for digital cameras, smartphones and tablets have been cut by 13-17 percent for the year ending March 2015.
South Korean electronics giant's investment in local rival Pantech in a deal valued at almost US$47.6 million will boost cooperation in smartphone and other business areas.
Rumors are swirling about what could be the first major move for Intel's brand new CEO.
While large transformative deals dominated the technology M&A landscape in Q1, the average deal value appears to have dropped off.
Does history repeat itself? Let's hope not.
Sprint has made another dash for Clearwire, upping its offer from $2.97 to $3.40 per share.
Brands should find something that is happening in society and start talking about it such as a societal issue or current affair to engage audiences.
A debate was sparked at a Dell female entrepreneur's networking event, over whether help from their male counterparts was more accessible as women were "not so forthcoming" or because of an imbalance in available talent.
The range of economic measures include include tax breaks for angel investors and venture capitalists, policy tweaks to make it easier to disinvest and reinvest capital, and a new exchange providing more access to funding.
SK Planet, a unit under SK Telecom, will be setting up a joint venture with the Indonesian mobile operator to offer mobile and online services such as e-commerce and navigation.
No one in the industry is talking about any fears they may be having about the cloud -- at least not out loud.
The primary goal of Sprint's buy is to grab Handmark's subsidiary, OneLouder, a mobile app developer and advertising company.