March 15 is World Consumer Rights Day, and an American technology firm is getting a jump on the holiday by focusing on better product
South Korean electronics company Samsung will apparently outsource the production of its laptop products for the first time, and the company has allegedly delivered
During the fourth quarter of 2011, PC shipments from major manufacturers saw significant changes in China with HP dropping to fifth place.
With a 13.5% global share, the Chinese PC maker Lenovo became the world's second largest PC maker for the first time, exceeding Dell, according
Chinese electronics group Haier has signed an agreement with the government of Guyana to provide laptops for the "One Laptop Per Family" initiative of
Global technology provider HP has announced plans to integrate its office sites in Shanghai into a multi-function HP park and establish Chinese regional headquarters
PC maker Dell has announced plans to build a new China operating center in Changsha, capital of Hunan province.
Hewlett-Packard has announced that it has established a new information service center and the Chinese hub of its Best Shore global outsourcing service center
The world's three major IT companies — Apple, HP and Dell — are reportedly respectively conducting investigations on the working conditions of Foxconn following
The U.S.-based high-tech research and development company, Convergence Technologies Limited, has announced that it is extending its vapor chamber lawsuits to include Dynatron Corporation