World's biggest Consumer Electronics jamboree kicks off in Las Vegas.
Lawyers who represent victims of faulty products are sounding the alarm in the UK
New US measures include closer inspections of electronic devices and interviews with passengers.
When it blinks, squeaks and beeps, it is time for Art.
Edition 24 of the E3 games salon opens its doors to the public and touts VR as the big thing in the next 12 minths
Samsung to sell refurbished Galaxy Note 7's
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.
No bag, no keys, no wallet and no ID.
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.