Wrapping up the Asian leg of her world tour, Taylor Swift is relishing her growing international appeal as the singer-songwriter steadily gains fan outside the U.S. with her combination of confessional lyrics and country sound.
Sony is doing booming business in India, dominating in flat-panel TVs and digital cameras, and is in good shape to keep growing in coming years, a top executive said Friday.
There's something confusing, if not contradictory, about presumptive 2012 Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump's Valentines Day interview on Fox News Channel's "On the Record with Great Van Susteren."
Samsung Electronics said Thursday it expects to sell up to 10 million 3-D TVs this year and vigorously defended the technology behind its lineup amid intensifying competition with rivals including LG Electronics.
LG Electronics says competition is heating up in the global battle to woo viewers to 3-D TVs and the South Korean company thinks it has an edge.
North Korea's vicelike grip on the flow of information into and out of its secretive society is weakening, thanks to technology, the porous border with China and the North's crumbling economy, defectors and activists say.
A classified State Department cable made public recently finally has shed some light on persistent Chinese military secrecy and its refusal to hold nuclear talks with the United States: China fears discussing its nuclear arsenal will weaken the deterrent value.
It's a North Korean version of Christmas, with Kim Jong-il playing Santa Claus. In past years, the authoritarian leader has celebrated his birthday by handing out gifts to his people ranging from rice to Rolexes, an annual attempt to buy loyalty and stability.
American Stacey Lewis and Australian Kristie Smith each shot 7-under-par 65s to take a share of the second-round lead at the Australian Ladies Masters on Friday.