Huawei has plans of including a 5G modem in the TV to allow it to stream remote content directly.
Sharp, an Apple Inc supplier, said it now expects an operating profit of 107 billion yen ($979.1 million).
SHARP launched Aquos s3 High Edition in Taiwan as an upper variant of the Aquos S3. The device is powered by Snapdragon 660 and has a 6 GB RAM storage.
iPhone manufacturer Foxconn attempts to reinvent itself, faces major risks as Apple diversifies its supplier base
Foxconn, the Taiwanese contract manufacturer is trying to reinvent itself as smartphone sales plateau as Apple is now diversifying its supplier base.
Sharp to buy Toshiba PC business for $36 million, marking a return to a business it quit eight years back
Toshiba told Reuters it outsourced PC production until 2015, and currently builds PCs at its own plant in China.
The air quality in Delhi-NCR has been at the seasons worst for the last couple of days as a combined effect of smoke from stubble burning and moisture turned the region into a "gas chamber" leaving people gasping.
Under a new program, China is pushing the industry to mass market high-performance solar cells so far used mainly in high-tech products like satellites.
There are a couple of confirmed devices that are going to be receiving the Android Oreo update in some time.
Sharp is going to introduced its latest SHARP AQUOS S2, a full-screen smartphone in Beijing on 8 August.
Sharp has planned an announcement for a couple of bezel-less smartphones and there has been an image leaked in China, supposedly of one of the devices.
Japanese electronics company Sharp has launched its second smartphone under the Android One scheme, dubbed as the X1.
Due to cost overruns at the Westinghouse nuclear unit, the company wants to get out of the negative shareholders' equity.
Sharp forecast a profit of 59 billion yen ($530 million), reversing a loss of 24.9 billion yen a year earlier.
The holding comprises of 4.9 percent of the shares, which is just below the threshold at which disclosure is required according to US regulations.
Japanese billionaire Masayoshi Son, chairman of Softbank, a telecommunications and tech investment group, revealed plans for the fund last October.
A joint venture between Hon Hai Precision Industry Co, known as Foxconn, and Sharp Corp plans to build a 61 billion yuan ($8.8 billion) factory in China to produce liquid-crystal displays (LCDs).
Apple is rumoured to release iPhone 8 in OLED and LCD variants next year, of which OLED models are likely to sport curved displays.
Japan's Sharp Corp said it will spend $570 million on its organic light-emitting diode (OLED) screen business - one of its first major investments since it was taken over by Taiwan's Foxconn although the amount pales in comparison to efforts by South Korean rivals.
Tech giant Samsung Electronics Co Ltd said it sold shares in four companies including to free up money for additional investments for its core businesses.