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    "Abenomics" hinges on a pick-up in consumer spending, but eight months after its launch, it has yet to convince many Japanese to part with their thrifty ways.

  • Nikkei Business Report

    Sony has applied the artificial intelligence technology used in its Aibo dog robot to support households, stores and offices trying to cut energy bills this summer. The Nikkei's Sachiko Kishida has more.

  • People interact with the Samsung Galaxy S IV, March 14, 2013 in New York City.

    South Korean tech giant Samsung holds on to the title of Asia's top brand out of 1,000 competitors for a second year in a row, beating key rivals such as Apple.

  • Samsung Electronics Co Ltd missed quarterly earnings forecasts on Friday as it reported a 47 percent rise in April-June operating profit.

  • Developers of the PlayStation 3 title "The Last of Us" are scrambling to patch the title upon learning that phone numbers that appear in the game connect people to actual sex hotlines.

  • Is Samsung Losing Its Touch?

    Loo Wee Teck, international head of consumer electronics at Euromonitor, says sales of the Samsung S4 phone are disappointing and adds that Sony is "coming back very strong" with its smartphones.

  • Sony is Corp. Governance Story of the Moment: Expert

    Melissa Otto, Director of Asset Management discusses Sony's investment opportunity and untapped financial value on the horizon.

  • Sony shareholders pressed its chief executive for a response to Third Point's proposal for a partial spinoff of its entertainment arm but Kazuo Hirai pleaded for their patience.

  • Should Sony Split Its Businesses?

    Manoj Menon, partner and managing director, Asia Pacific at Frost & Sullivan, discusses the mounting pressure on Sony from shareholders to split the business and what it would mean.

  • Asian equities got hammered on Thursday after the Federal Reserve signaled an end to its bond-buying program while weak factory activity in China added to market gloom.

  • Gamers play a game on the Xbox One console in the Microsoft Exbox Xbox booth during the Electronics Expo 2013 at the Los Angeles Convention Center.

    Microsoft has announced a major policy change on the Xbox One, bowing to consumer sentiment.

  • Talking Numbers: Is Sony a Buy?

    Third Point's Dan Loeb has upped his stake in Sony. Is the stock now a buy? Richard Ross, Auerbach, says the stock makes a compelling buy, and Steve Cortes, Veracruz, thinks there are problems for Sony.

  • Asian equity markets were mixed on Tuesday, as nervous investors awaited the U.S. Federal Open Market Committee's latest update on its stimulus program.

  • The U.S.-based hedge fund on Tuesday said it has raised its stake in Sony and urged the Japanese electronics giant to spin-off its entertainment business.

  • Third Point Pushes for Sony Split

    CNBC's Tokyo bureau chief Kaori Enjoji reports on the latest development of U.S. hedge fund Third Point's interest in Japanese consumer electronics giant Sony.

  • What the new Kinect, to be bundled with the Xbox One this fall, sees when it looks at you.

    Microsoft has overhauled Kinect, and it appears to be magnitudes more accurate than the previous model—creeping out users and raising potential privacy concerns.

  • A Nintendo Wii U touch-screen controller displaying the "Super Mario Bros." game

    A one-on-one interview with Nintendo's global CEO Satoru Iwata on the lackluster performance of the Wii U and what the company plans to do to turn around sales and engagement.

  • "World of Tanks" game

    Is Wargaming, the maker of free-to-play strategy games, surpassing Activision, Electronic Arts, Take-Two Interactive Software and Ubisoft?

  • Console Price Wars: PS4 vs. Xbox One

    Eric Bleeker, senior tech analyst at the Motley Fool, said that because consumer price sensitivity is key, Sony's cheaper PlayStation 4 has the edge.

  • Stocks finished sharply lower in volatile trading Tuesday after briefly wiping out most of their losses, with all key S&P sectors closing in the red, as the Bank of Japan's latest monetary policy decision disappointed investors.