Global shipments drop in third quarter despite rebound in North America and Western Europe and tablet saturation, market researchers report.
Microsoft's browser was the dominant force in 2009 when the EU required the company to offer consumers a choice of browsers. But that has changed dramatically over the past several years.
The game console will cost about $468 in China, and the company says it has already signed up 70 third-party software developers to create games.
Chinese smartphone manufacturers have surpassed their South Korean counterparts in combined global market share in smartphones.
Aussie e-tailer Kogan has launched the Atlas X1510, a low-cost Windows 8.1 laptop with a 15.6-inch display.
Tech research firm Gartner also says the number of smartwatch shipments will quadruple next year to 40 million, with as many as half coming from Apple.
With an Iron Woman and a UFC fighter as brand ambassadors, a new marketing campaign set for Schoolies and the first 5-inch smartphone for under AU$100, Boost Mobile has its eyes set on Millennials.
Some of India's biggest brick-and-mortar retail chains are refusing to sell Android One devices, due to Google's handling of online sales, as well as low profit margins, says a report.
World's largest maker of personal computers reports second-quarter net profit of $262.1 million, an increase of 19 percent from the year-ago period.
Google's mobile OS reigned supreme in the third quarter with 84 percent of global shipments, says research firm Strategy Analytics. And then there are the warning signs.