The company also announced a dividend payment of HK$0.06 ($0.0077) per share to stockholders

Lenovo, the world’s biggest maker of personal computers, reported a 19 per cent jump in net income in the second fiscal quarter, but revenue fell sho(...)

Lenovo has closed its $2.91 billion acquisition of Motorola Mobility from Google. Photo: Reuters

Lenovo has completed its $2.91 billion acquisition of Motorola Mobility from Google. The deal includes the payment of $1.41 billion in cash and Leno(...)

Samsung said its new memory-chip plant in Pyeongtaek, 75km south of Seoul, would create 150,000 jobs. Photograph: EPA/Luong Thai Linh

South Korean IT giant Samsung Electronics plans to spend $14.7 billion (€11.6 billion) on a new chip facility – its biggest investment in a single pla(...)

The new Samsung Electronics Co. Galaxy Note Edge smartphone is displayed last month. The South Korean IT giant is to invest $15 billion in a new chip plant in its home country as it heads for the roughest quarterly result in years amid competition from Apple and Xiaomi smartphones. Photograph: Victor J. Blue/Bloomberg

South Korean IT giant Samsung Electronics plans to spend $14.7 billion on a new chip facility - its biggest investment in a single plant - leaning on (...)

Hewlett-Packard is expected to announce today that it will split the company into two separate companies, a personal-computer and printer business, and corporate hardware and services operations. Photograph: Justin Sullivan/Getty Images

Hewlett-Packard is expected to announce today that it will split the company into two separate companies, a personal-computer and printer business, an(...)

What will Apple’s rumoured smartwatch look like? A 1960’s era Dick Tracy wrist radio (top c) is modeled  alongside contemporary smartwatches. Rumors of an Apple smartwatch go back several years, but today may finally be showtime. The watch, which will reportedly have a flexible screen and come in two sizes, will track its wearer’s health and fitness, double as an electronic wallet and of course, display messages. Top row (L-R): A Samsung Gear S smartwatch in Berlin on September 5, 2014, a 1960’s era Dick Tracy wrist radio in District Heights, Maryland on September 8, 2014, and a Samsung Gear 2 smartwatch in Barcelona on February 23, 2014. Bottom row (L-R): A Moto smartwatch in San Francisco, California on June 25, 2014, a Samsung Galaxy Gear smartwatch in Berlin on September 4, 2013 and an LG G Watch R smartwatch in Berlin on September 5, 2014. Photograph: Reuters

Apple’s prospects seem a lot brighter than they were the last time Tim Cook introduced an iPhone. When chief executive officer Cook unveiled two new s(...)

The strategy of Apple chief executive officer Tim Cook has been to introduce bigger iPhones, give more money back to stockholders and introduce new devices. Given the stock’s 25% rise this year, it seems to be working with investors. (Photograph: Marcio Jose Sanchez/AP)

Apple’s stock closed at an all-time high yesterday, surpassing a 2012 record as investors look ahead to new products such as bigger-screen iPhones and(...)

 Lenovo reported a 23 per cent surge in first-quarter profit as the maker of personal computers gained a greater portion of the global market. Photo: Bloomberg

Lenovo reported a 23 per cent surge in first-quarter profit as the world’s largest maker of personal computers gained a greater portion of the global (...)

Mock models of the Samsung Electronics Co. Galaxy S5 smartphone are displayed at the company’s d’light store in Seoul, South Korea. The electronics group estimated today that its April-June operating profit likely fell 24.5 per cent from a year earlier to 7.2 trillion won ($7.12 billion), the sharpest percentage drop since the first quarter of 2011 and the weakest level since  the second quarter of 2012	. Photograph: SeongJoon Cho/Bloomberg

Samsung Electronics issued unexpectedly weak quarterly earnings guidance which put it on track for its worst results in two years and cast doubt on th(...)

Lenovo chairman and chief executive  Yang Yuanqing speaks during a news conference announcing the company’s annual results in Hong Kong. Photograph: Bobby Yip/Reuters

Lenovo, the world’s fourth-biggest smartphone vendor, saw net profit grow 29 per cent for the business year ended March, as strong smartphone sales he(...)