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CNBC' Josh Lipton reports Sony appears to have the edge over Microsoft in the "console war."
New game consoles from Sony and Microsoft are sold out in many stores, a hint that the business is turning into a two-horse race. The NYT reports.
Win or lose, a lawsuit against the NCAA to give college athletes compensation for the use of their likeness will likely change collegiate athletics.
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Athene, a professional gamer sponsored by Razer, gives his top video game picks for the holidays.
Glen Kacher of Light Street Capital, explains why he reestablished his shares in Apple.
Sellouts of the systems aren't surprising, but that they have essentially the same sales numbers is a bit unexpected.
With the launch of Sony's PlayStation 4 and Microsoft's Xbox One this month, there's a lot of focus on next-generation games, but that shouldn't overshadow the fact that many of the year's best titles were made for current generation systems.
The new PlayStation and Xbox are highly sought after this Christmas. But these devices don't come cheap, for the consumer or the manufacturer.
Microsoft's Xbox One are now in U.S. stores.
The launch of PlayStation 4 and Xbox One marks a chance for Sony to win big after a string of losses and for Microsoft to expand beyond PCs.
There are generally three constants to each new 'GTA' release—outrage, lots of money and plenty of pop culture to raise its 'cool' factor.
"Call of Duty" might be the video game industry's 500-pound gorilla, but on Sept. 17, it faces its biggest threat yet: "Grand Theft Auto V."
Apple is partnering with new manufacturers in Asia in order to churn out more of its devices.
The U.K. video game market grew for the first time in five years as titles such as Grand Theft Auto V boosted sales.
Samsung's new curved smartphone in Korea is just the first step in flexible screen tech, while updated iPads and possibly a new MacBook are expected from Apple.
Apple is cutting production orders for its iPhone 5C a month after launch, fueling speculation the cheaper model may have been priced too high.
Apple is selling twice as many of the more expensive 5s units, and one analyst has slashed his sales estimates for the 5c, reports say.
Apple's newest phone apparently comes with a very Windows-like feature.
Apple's iPad sales are cannibalizing Mac sales, and competitors are gaining on Apple in the tablet space.
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Matt Hunter is the senior technology editor at CNBC.com.
Working from Los Angeles, Boorstin is CNBC's media and entertainment reporter and editor of CNBC.com's Media Money section.
Jon Fortt is an on-air editor. He covers the companies, start-ups, and trends that are driving innovation in the industry.
Josh Lipton is CNBC's technology correspondent, working from CNBC's Silicon Valley bureau.