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China's Tsinghua prepares whopping US$23bil bid for US chipmaker Micron

China's state-backed Tsinghua Unigroup Ltd is preparing a US$23bil (RM87.4bil) bid for US memory chipmaker Micron Technology Inc, in what would be the biggest Chinese takeover of a US company, people familiar with the matter said.

IBM unveils 'breakthrough' computer chip

IBM unveiled a powerful new chip which the company says could boost computing power of "everything from smartphones to spacecraft."

Nokia eyes mobile phone comeback through partnership

Finnish telecoms equipment maker Nokia said it was looking at re-entering the mobile phone market by striking a licensing deal with another firm.

ZTE flies the flagship for China

A week after launching the Axon, its first true flagship phone for the US market, ZTE has taken the wraps off another version of the handset designed specifically for the Chinese market.

Huawei ahead of schedule on 2015 smartphone shipment target of 100 million

China's Huawei Technologies Co Ltd is ahead of schedule on smartphone shipments and will meet its 2015 target of 100 million handsets before the end of the year, according to an internal memo reviewed by Reuters.

China's Xiaomi tests selling phones in stores to pep up India sales

Chinese smartphone maker Xiaomi Inc said it could sell more models in Indian stores while pursuing its primarily online-only strategy if it succeeds in selling enough Redmi Note 4G handsets through shops of carrier Bharti Airtel Ltd.

The world has offically gone mobile

The latest results from Global Web Index (GWI), the world's largest ongoing global study into digital consumer trends, shows that the smartphone is increasingly the go-to device for accessing the web, but that wearables still have some way to go.

Xiaomi wants to invest in Indian start-ups

China's Xiaomi Inc, the world's third-biggest smartphone maker, will invest in Indian start-ups and overseas media content, Hugo Barra, vice president of the company's global division, said.

Microsoft opens door to Android, Apple phone apps

Microsoft Corp is making it easier for apps written for rival Google Inc's Android and Apple Inc's iOS systems to work on Windows phones, in a bid to attract users to its unpopular mobile devices, the company's operating systems chief said.

BlackBerry to buy WatchDox to bolster data security

BlackBerry Ltd said it is acquiring privately-held US tech company WatchDox, which makes software that secures files for clients ranging from private equity firms to Hollywood studios, in a bid to boost its security offerings.