Japanese game giant says it disappointed fans yet cannot backpedal on design and development choices.
While US users spent more than $15 billion on video games in 2013, that's only a 1 percent increase over 2012. Still, it's better than years past.
Shares soar after troubled daily-deals site announces 7 percent jump in revenue and installs Eric Lefkofsky as permanent chief.
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Wireless-customer growth continues to slow, but the result is a near-term boost to earnings. The company sold 5.9 million smartphones in the quarter.
That's a generalization of findings made by Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation, an organization designed to promote entrepreneurship that invests in venture capital funds.
Adobe managed to exceed both Wall Street and its own expectations, closing out the year with high fourth quarter earnings and overall revenue growth for 2011.
Motorola announces the Rokr S305, a stereo Bluetooth headset.
Given that the iPhone's version of Safari based on the same open-source WebKit as the Desktop iteration, hope holds that a soon-to-come version of the iPhone's browser will deliver similar performance gains.