Amazon wants to dominate a lot of different industries, from e-commerce to cloud services, and the company is now getting serious about video games.» Read More
Don Mattrick led Microsoft's Xbox team and took it to the top of the market. Now, he's hoping to pull of a similar miracle at Zynga—but it's a move that's left many baffled.
Here's a fun game, try searching for "the xbox one is" in two different search engines and you're going to get two very different auto-suggest results.
Hoping to expand further into the tach hardware sector, today, Google showcased a new-generation, slimmer Nexus 7 tablet, which puts Google online services at the forefront.
The E3 event had one clear winner between Microsoft and Sony, Michael Pachter of Wedbush Securities says.
Billionaire Jeff Bezos joined the space race when he backed Blue Origin, a previously low-profile company that is now waiting to hear if it can take over a former NASA launch pad.
This year's list of games that caught our eye—and available this holiday season—was a tough list to compile, since many of the outstanding games of the show have 2014 release dates.
Couldn't make it to the annual video game show E3? Here's a virtual front-row seat. Buckle up!
Want to go long Microsoft's Xbox One and Sony PlayStation 4? There's one stock that does both, says Dan Niles, Chief Investment Officer at Alpha One Capital Partners.
Although video game sales are down, select titles have managed to stand out, capturing players' imagination and cash. Plus, the one, big gaming catalyst on the horizon.
Zynga fires 18% of its employees and lowers guidance. Is now the time to get serious with the game-maker?
Microsoft debuted its long-anticipated next generation Xbox, called the "Xbox One," a device that allows users to switch more easily between entertainment options.
Electronic Arts surprised the Street with impressive guidance. The video game industry could get a boost from the next generation of consoles.
The world of pro video gaming scored a big win this week when Riot Games announced that it had successfully lobbied the U.S. to begin issuing players P-1 visas.
"I feel like I'm building a rocket with the help of a million people," says Brooklyn's Nicholas Megalis. "Vine is an amazing launch pad for the rocket.
Last month, a wealthy Middle Eastern family paid $500,000 to charter a private jet. What was unusual was the way the family booked: through an Iphone app.
Production of Apple's next generation iPhone, dubbed the iPhone 5S, will begin this month and will be available this fall, Jefferies analyst Peter Misek says.
Apple has embarked on a hiring spree to tackle design problems with its "iWatch," bringing in fresh expertise amid concern of a delayed product launch. The Financial Times reports.
A development in nanotechnology may enable "electronic skin" for robots and prosthetic limbs, offering sensitivity to pressure, humidity, and temperature—and it's even flexible.
With Barnes & Noble in upheaval over losses in its digital reader division, the question may not be whether to buy a Nook but whether to buy any e-reader.
A group of researchers recently developed a telescopic contact lens that enables wearers to magnify their sight by almost three times.
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Though Alibaba is seeking a valuation of as much as $162.7 billion, one stock market pro thinks it could fetch up to $240 billion.
It's clear major retailers doubt Apple's entry into mobile payments, too, says PayPal exec Bill Ready.
Money manager Jeffery Gundlach thinks Apple has lost its luster, but investor Roger McNamee thinks it has more room to run.