Meet the billionaire who stung Apple in China last year
Duan Yongping is the reclusive billionaire who founded Oppo and Vivo, the twin smartphone brands that dealt Apple a stinging defeat in China last year.
Why New iPhone Features May Force Supply Chain Reshuffle
Hedge funds in Asia are starting to make their picks of Apple suppliers as the Cupertino, California-based company develops its next iPhone.
Inside Apple’s new ‘spaceship’ HQ
Apple's latest product isn't for sale to consumers: It's a new headquarters referred to by Silicon Valley as the ‘spaceship’.
Why Apple is losing market share in China
Xiaohan Tay, Asia-Pacific senior market analyst at IDC, discusses China's smartphone industry, the reasons she believes Apple is losing market share and the prospects for Apple phones in India.
Apple wants deal to make iPhones in India
Bloomberg’s Cory Johnson discusses Apple’s strategy for expansion into India and why the Indian government is unlikely to offer the company concessions to manufacture iPhones.
Nintendo's Big Day: Super Mario Run tests mobile strategy
After almost two years of waiting, the big day is finally here for Nintendo and its first game for smartphones, Super Mario Run.
Twitter slumps after report says Google won't make bid
Twitter shares sank in extended trading after a report that Google is not interested in buying the social network.
Apple launches iPhone 7 globally
Apple fans in Asia get their hands on the new iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus as the latest models hit the market.