But Bethesda's open-world epic doesn't quite manage to surpass GTA V's all-time high.
No matter how hard Yahoo tries to restore its luster as a top Internet destination, its shares of China's e-commerce giant Alibaba are all anyone seems to care about. Still, CEO Marissa Mayer keeps trying. Her latest move: A new search-ad deal with Google.
The world's largest mobile-chips company cut its guidance Wednesday, suggesting that Samsung won't use its latest processor for its next Galaxy S smartphone.
Adding to its antitrust problems in China, the chipmaker says it's now under investigation by US and European government agencies.
In its latest quarter, the bookseller narrows its adjusted losses in its struggling Nook digital division by $50 million.
Sprint's new CEO Marcelo Claure brings an unorthodox entrepreneurial spirit to the nation's third-largest wireless carrier.
The carrier added 2.4 million wireless customers, the first time it's topped the 2 million mark. But growth didn't come cheap.
While its subscriber growth was impressive, the company posted a loss. CNET digs into the numbers and explains why T-Mobile is still feeling upbeat.
The energy efficient, flat-shaped bulb will now retail for less than $4 in many parts of the US, and for as little as $1.97 in at least one market.
CNET's Sharon Vaknin has long hungered to shop for groceries online, and now that AmazonFresh has arrived in San Francisco, she finally can. But how does the experience stack up to a regular supermarket?