Chinese Internet retail giant Alibaba made its historic Wall Street trading debut Friday, breaking the record for the largest-ever initial public offering by raising $25 billion.
Iran’s judiciary has issued a one-month ultimatum for the government to ban applications WhatsApp, Viber and Tango, in a move that could boost existing restrictions on Internet use in the country.
The space race to end America’s reliance on Russia escalated this week with a multibillion dollar NASA award for SpaceX’s Elon Musk and an unexpected joint venture for Blue Origin’s Jeff Bezos.
There were long lines, and lot’s of enthusiastic Apple fans waiting to buy the new iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus when it made its debut on Friday.
It was an auspicious debut for the Chinese e-commerce company, which was founded by Jack Ma in his apartment in 1999 and now accounts for 80 percent of online sales in China.
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While a number of folks have already been using the iPhone 5 thru grey market channels, the official introduction of the iPhone 5 will definitely bring that number into the tens of thousands this month alone.
Many tablets have tried make a dent at Apple’s dominance in the tablet market but all of them failed. So, Google is taking the lead by partnering with Asus to build what could be potential contender against the iPad.
Sony’s latest flagship handset, the Xperia Ion, was launched this week. This Android smartphone with a 4.6-inch display is among the few handsets out there that has a variant that supports the much faster LTE network. Obviously, the Xperia Ion …
Announced back in 2011 during the Consumer Electronics Show, the Asus Padfone is a one-of-its-kind Android device: a smartphone, a tablet and a netbook all-in-one.
Asus Technologies unveiled several new tablets and ultrabooks during this year’s Computex 2012, Asia’s biggest computer technology trade show. YugaTech reports directly from Taipei.
After more than two months of waiting since it was revealed back in March, Apple has finally released the new iPad locally. So, is it time to step up? Yugatech tells us why you should, and should not pull out the cash right away.
The HTC One X is the very first Android smartphone to release a quad-core processor under its hood in the Philippines — and that alone has attracted a lot of attention to the handset,
Samsung has officially announced the Galaxy S3 smartphone in London on May 3 (that’s May 4 in Manila) and we were there to witness the unveiling of the successor to the most popular Android handset by the Korean manufacturer.
Samsung is finally unveiling its latest Galaxy powerhouse, which is rumored to be running on the company’s quad-core processor.