Nigeria records scientific feat, produces electronic voting machine
Nigeria has recorded a scientific breakthrough with the local manufacture of an electronic voting machine designed to eliminate all problems associated with existing ones.
LG pushes smart home appliances to another dimension with deep learning technology
To advance the functionality of today’s home appliances to a whole new level with unparalleled performance and convenience, LG Electronics (LG) is set to unveil some its newly designed products.....
Samsung says Q4 profits up 50% despite Note7 recall
Samsung Electronics' profits leaped in the fourth quarter, it said Tuesday, despite the humiliating Galaxy Note 7 recall that hammered the reputation of the world's largest smartphone maker.
Samsung blames Galaxy Note 7 fires on faulty batteries
The world's biggest smartphone maker Samsung blamed faulty batteries on Monday for the fires that led to last year's humiliating recall of its flagship Galaxy Note 7 device.
South Korea court rejects arrest of Samsung heir Jay Y. Lee
A court in South Korea turned down prosecutors’ request to arrest Samsung Group’s Jay Y. Lee on alleged bribery, perjury and embezzlement, letting him stay in place atop the country’s most powerful company while they continue their investigation.
Toshiba falls on reports of wider loss at nuclear business
Toshiba Corp. fell in Tokyo trading after a report that the loss in its nuclear business may exceed the 500 billion yen ($4.4 billion) maximum the company had flagged to its lenders.
Netflix adds 7 million subscribers in global expansion
Netflix added a record seven million subscribers over the past quarter as part of its global expansion drive, fueling a surge in revenue and profit for the streaming television giant.
Amazon to deliver 100,000 new US jobs
Amazon Thursday announced plans to create 100,000 US jobs over the next 18 months, as President-elect Donald Trump presses the business world to boost activities on American soil.
Nokia bounces back with Android smartphones
Nokia-branded handsets are returning to the market with the first announced device being a $26 dumb phone complete with the classic “Snake” mobile game.