Which chipmaker has a brighter future?
The packaged foods giant launches “PepCoin” to reward consumers for pairing its drinks with its snacks.
The food delivery giant has been quiet about the debate on employing independent contractors, but a new bill in California could turn its business upside down.
Unlike Google, Apple considered the needs of gamers before launching its next-gen gaming service.
The House of Mouse still prefers licensing its properties to other game makers.
The struggling video game retailer’s “Reboot” plans are filled with vague promises and unrealistic expectations.
Facebook and Instagram’s downloads could be declining by the double digits.
A tentative court ruling further reduces the scope of claims involving patent violations related to BlackBerry Messenger.
An optical systems maker, a Chinese e-tailer, and a hard drive maker could all have plenty of room to run.
This cloud services company has lost its spark over the past year.
But merging two underdog Chinese tech companies won’t create one market leader.
The athletic apparel retailer’s streak of double-digit comps growth continues.
Instant gratification and one-stop shopping for families still give the superstores an edge against Amazon.
The e-commerce giant buys NetEase’s cross-border marketplace Kaola and a piece of its streaming music platform.
But the new premium Android phone is really just a remix of some old ideas in a pricey new device.
The besieged city accounts for roughly a fifth of its Asia-Pacific sales.
The tech giant launches a wide range of new Fire TV devices to counter Roku.
Facebook's answer to Match Group's Tinder app finally arrives in its home market.
The world’s top social network hits the brakes on some initiatives to reduce the chance of future scandals.
The apparel retailer is doing great -- and can still top its brick-and-mortar rivals.