The South Korean company is hoping to breathe new life into its various businesses by giving them more autonomy.
TVs with OLED display technology remain rare, but the South Korean company expects a gargantuan new manufacturing plant will help spread the technology in coming years.
The company's diversity efforts suffer a setback due to cuts at overseas factories where a high percentage of women held jobs.
Technically Incorrect: CEO says it's unacceptable that the teens were asked to leave an Apple store because they "might steal something," according to a memo published by Buzzfeed.
Leslie Miley, an African-American engineer who held a leadership role, questions the social network's commitment to diversity.
The pioneering DVR maker says Tom Rogers' departure is "not related" to third-quarter earnings coming out next week.
Vivek Wadhwa, an expert on diversity, says the tech giant is taking the right steps in employing more women and minorities.
Misfit will help the traditional watchmaker better compete with Apple and Fitbit in the smart-fitness category.
Once the mobile maker to beat, BlackBerry is fighting for survival. Its secret weapon: the first-ever BlackBerry phone powered by Google's Android software.
In his first interview as the video empire's engineering chief, Matthew Mengerink discusses virtual reality, making money and stepping into the role during trying times for YouTube's engineers.