2013 was a good year for Chinese manufacturer Huawei, now third in the mobile phone market despite security concerns.
Nokia has suspended sales of the Nokia Lumia 2520 tablet around the world over fears that the charger could give you an electric shock -- leaving current owners with a device Nokia admits is "virtually useless."
Video of a burning Tesla Model S was posted online today, causing the company's stock price to drop.
Nokia's CEO has revealed why it backed Windows Phone instead of Android. And it's all because of Samsung.
A new report from the Intelligence and Security Committee in the British Parliament questions the procedures and protocols used that allowed the Chinese telecom-gear maker to expand its operations in that country.
Anxiety over Japan's damaged nuclear plant increases as top U.S. nuclear regulator calls situation worse than reported by Japanese government and says "extremely high" radiation levels could hamper containment efforts.
Consumer spending online was up 14 percent over last year but relatively flat compared with expected growth rates that were in excess of 16 percent, ComScore concludes.
Company says it has already altered some proposed changes to its Statement of Rights and Responsibilities because of the reaction they received.
The company hasn't said exactly what kind of issues it's seeing, and there has been no disruption or denial-of-service attacks.