After Destiny's September release, Activision Blizzard is the latest large game maker to beat Wall Street estimates with the help of online purchases, signaling a bounce back for the industry.
The chipmaker's shares drop in after-hours trading amid a weak forecast for current-quarter earnings, yet Qualcomm still reports healthy projections for the full year.
Microsoft's latest OS is gaining ground but is still in fourth place behind Vista, according to Web tracker Net Applications.
A German art student and 3D motion designer has created a video installation that makes it appear as though giant spiders are on the loose.
Woolworths is claiming that travellers can save up to 90 per cent when choosing to use its new service, rather than roaming on their standard mobile phone accounts.
New Yahoo CEO Scott Thompson said 2012 will be about "aligning resources behind key areas of focus to enable us."
For fiscal 2012, CEO Meg Whitman says HP needs "to get back to the business fundamentals," while CFO Cathie Lesjak says the company is "remaining cautious."
With its first Super B-size desktop printer in two years, Canon takes on Epson with beefed-up monochrome support and high-capacity inks.
The search giant's quarter was really about its owned and operated sites, which accounted for 69 percent of revenue for the period.
Cisco reports fourth-quarter earnings of 22 cents a share on revenue of $11.2 billion, just topping Wall Street expectations. But economic worries persist.