Japan Display Inc., a supplier of screens for Apple Inc. devices, and its investors will raise about 318.5 billion yen ($3.1 billion) after pricing its initial public offering at the bottom of the price range.
Google Inc. is releasing tools for software developers to make applications for wearable-computing devices, trying to repeat the success it’s had with the Android mobile-operating system for gadgets people wear on their bodies.
Samsung Electronics Co. began offering a free radio-streaming service in the U.S. today, taking on Pandora Media Inc. and Apple Inc. in a bid to attract and retain customers for its Galaxy-branded smartphones.
Box Inc., the cloud storage and collaboration company that’s headed for an initial public offering, projects revenue this year to double to more than $200 million, according to people with knowledge of the matter.
Secusmart GmbH has sold thousands of secure smartphones used by top government officials such as Germany’s Angela Merkel. As privacy concerns grow, Secusmart is predicting that regular citizens will also become big buyers of its 2,000-euro ($2,770) devices.