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Samsung is moving on from the Note 7 debacle, reporting its highest quarterly operating profit in three years. [Read More]
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Officials launched a 14-month nationwide campaign cracking down on virtual private networks. [Read More]
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Samsung is blaming poorly designed and manufactured batteries for the overheating problems that caused some its Galaxy Note 7 phones to catch fire. "Our investigation, as well as the investigations completed by three... [Read More]
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Samsung is finally ready to answer the burning question of what caused its Galaxy Note 7 phone to catch fire. [Read More]
Samsung is set to announce the findings of a months-long investigation into the fire-prone Galaxy Note 7. [Read More]
The Chinese companies will set up an office on the Paramount lot, strengthening ties between the world's two biggest cinema markets. [Read More]
Nintendo's debut smartphone game Super Mario Run is coming to Android in March, months after it launched on Apple devices. [Read More]
The governor of Liaoning, a major industrial region in northeastern China, says false statistics boosted the province's economic data from 2011 to 2014. [Read More]
The Japanese government defended Toyota after U.S. President-elect Donald Trump attacked it for planning to build a plant in Mexico. [Read More]
Donald Trump's Twitter campaign against the auto industry has gone global. [Read More]
In a move that renews its rivalry with Uber, Didi Chuxing announced a "strategic investment" in Brazilian startup 99 on Thursday. [Read More]
Apple says it has removed New York Times apps from its store in China following a request from authorities. The Times called the move "deeply regrettable." [Read More]
Kathy Chen, a managing director at Twitter, is exiting after spending just eight months on the job. [Read More]
Toshiba's dreams of becoming a nuclear energy leader have turned into a nightmare. [Read More]
Toshiba's dreams of becoming a nuclear energy leader have turned into a nightmare. [Read More]
Facebook activated its Safety Check feature in Bangkok on Tuesday, saying there had been an "explosion." But there had been no bombing or industrial accident. [Read More]
Facebook activated its Safety Check feature in Bangkok on Tuesday, saying there had been an "explosion." Just one problem: There had been no terror attack, bombing or industrial accident in the city. [Read More]
Toshiba's troubles keep piling up. [Read More]
British pop star George Michael, dead at 53, made the rare transition from boy band to critically acclaimed solo artist. [Read More]
General Motors has a China problem. [Read More]
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