The long-suffering personal computer market may be finally recovering from the damage inflicted by the shift to smartphones and tablets. PC shipments in the 1st quarter rose by about 1%.
Wireless giant Qualcomm fired back against Apple's legal attack on its patent licensing business, accusing the world's largest tech company of egging on anti-trust regulators with misleading information.
Beleaguered Toshiba, whose Westinghouse unit filed for bankruptcy protection, reported unaudited earnings and projected a $9.2 billion loss for the fiscal year that ended in March.
Tech giant Google is said to be considering an investment of 1 trillion won, about $877 million, in LG Display to ensure access to a supply of flexible screens for the next generation of its smartphones.
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