All the news from Computex 2014, the largest IT tradeshow in Asia.
Samsung holds 12 percent of the Chinese smartphone market, according to Canalys, behind Xiaomi's 14 percent share.
Electric car maker continues to expand operations in the state, marking the return of a US automaker, following the shuttering of plants by GM, Ford, and Chrysler.
Stock sale puts Gates in second, behind fellow former CEO Steve Ballmer.
"Big Hoss," soon to be confirmed as the largest TV in the world by the Guinness Book of World Records, has been switched on in Texas to the delight of thousands of "Duck Dynasty"-loving racing fans.
The HAV 304 Airlander is green, efficient, a hybrid, and, well, quite bizarre.
Chinese authorities issue license to Apple allowing the latest version of its device to be used on the country's wireless network in the world's largest smartphone market.
By translating chat commands into in-game movements and button inputs, more than 12,000 people are haphazardly steering the protagonist of the original GameBoy classic in a chaotic collective effort.
The "tower power" plant, which uses more than 300,000 mirrors to reflect sunlight, starts delivering electricity to customers in California.
At $30 billion, Apple tops Samsung in 2013 chip spending, but market dynamics could favor the South Korean giant in 2014.
CNET's Jeff Bakalar visits the High Roller observation wheel in Las Vegas to torture-test the gold iPhone 5S. Check it out and see if this smartphone can stand up to the force of the largest wheel in the world.