Faced with the new US ban on electronic devices being taken into plane cabins airports and airlines are scrambling for ways to reassure passengers and prop up revenues.
Japanese household name Toshiba is in crisis after huge losses and the possible sell-off of its nuclear division, threatening a new nuclear plant project in the UK.
France-based Laurent Bernadac shows off a rare instrument – a 3D printed violin.
Samsung says its fourth-quarter profit likely leapt 50 percent from a year earlier to its highest level in more than three years.
The Consumer Electronics Show is underway, showcasing the latest high-tech developments, but Samsung has said nothing about the Note 7's replacement.
For more than 20 years Baku has hosted, the Bakutel exhibition, bringing together in Azerbaijan the leading players in the telecommunications market.
Samsung's management board meets on Tuesday, reportedly to consider splitting company in two
Dutch healthcare technology and services company Philips has reported a 14 percent rise in quarterly earnings.
WATCH: A clumsy shopper in a British store damaged TVs worth thousands in just seconds.
HP Inc is to buy Samsung's printer business with CEO Dion Weisler saying it will looking to "disrupt" the office copier business.
The warning covers South Korea and the US, where the government is working with the South Korean tech company on a total recall.
Samsung Electronics' shares rose on Monday despite the anticipated losses from the recall of 2.5 million Note 7 smartphones in 10 countries after the batteries in some caught fire or exploded.
Japanese electronics maker Sharp has reported a huge net loss for the second year running, underscoring how difficult it will be for new owner Foxconn to turn the firm around.
Trying to move on from a huge accounting scandal Toshiba has nominated Satoshi Tsunakawa, the former head of its medical equipment division, as its next chief executive.
Philips has confirmed that will almost certainly use an initial public offering of shares to investors to turn its lighting division in a standalone company.
The cost of Toshiba’s accounting scandal continues to hit hard. The Japanese giant is to cut almost a third of its workforce in its consumer
The 35th edition of the Hong Kong Electronics fair, one of the largest in Asia, drew thousands of exhibitors from some 30 different countries
More than 1 billion smartphones are sold in the world each year and manufacturers all face the same challenge: how to make the touchscreen glass more
Samsung has strongly denied a report in a British newspaper citing research suggesting that some of its TVs in Europe appear to use less energy in
Phone manufacturers and smartwatch makers will be jostling for position at Berlin's IFA, one of the world's largest consumer electronics shows.
Korean electronics giant Samsung’s net profit fell by eight percent in the second quarter – the fifth successive quarterly drop for the company
Microsoft has announced the arrival of Windows 10 on 29 July. It will be released as a free upgrade for users of Windows 7 and Windows 8.1. New
The Consumer Electronics Show, a popular fair held annually in Las Vegas, has had its Asian premiere in Shanghai. Wearable devices, smart
Sharp cuts at a Japanese household name, the iconic electronics giant slashing 10% of its global workforce. It is also selling its headquarters as
Ever heard of an intelligent mug? Or a smart sugar bowl? They have 2 things in common. Both are being used to rehab stroke survivors; both boast
Electronics giant Sharp is set to slash its global workforce by 12 percent, according to sources. The jobs cut will total around 6,000, half of which
The chips are down – for PCs. The International Data Corporation predicted a drop in demand. Almost 309 million PCs made it out of the factory last
The European Central Bank has finally launched its highly anticipated stimulus programme. Known as “quantitative easing”, it’s aimed at raising
Japanese consumer electronics and entertainment group Sony has unveiled a more upbeat forecast. It says its net annual loss will likely be smaller