Next month, Hiroki Totoki will take over the division that has yet to make a major mark in smartphones. Sony announces earnings Friday, when it's expected to further slash smartphone shipments.
Antitrust regulators have reportedly found Qualcomm abused its monopoly in China. Meanwhile, the chipmaker is forging ahead there, investing up to $150 million for local startups.
After a month living with a curved TV at home, and more time in the lab comparing it to flat TVs, I've learned a few things. Here's the short version.
Microsoft envisions a future where systems can predict malfunctions in devices and buildings before they occur. First step: a cloud-based machine-learning tool that goes into public beta in July.
But Kazuo Hirai does say that he would consider taking on an equity partner for Sony's TV business.
Microsoft will, however, sign a services agreement with Nokia to continue to develop products at the plant, the company says.
Rick Osterloh, president and chief operating officer, compares Motorola Mobility's recent attempt at a turnaround to Apple's own situation in the late '90s.
Always recording, Garmin's new dashboard camera automatically captures fender benders and accidents.
A newly published patent application suggests a way to display video on your iPhone that shows the path ahead as you look down.
Sony is trying to make its consumer electronics business profitable. And that appears to require more cuts at production facilities.