Google takes YouTube into the premium realm, and BlackBerry strikes up some partnerships. Plus, the first Lumia to lose the Nokia branding. All that and more in this look back at the week in tech.
The service will bundle around 75 channels and initially be available to PS3 and PS4 owners before expanding to other devices.
The chipmaker hopes to drive interest in its Shield gaming devices with the streaming service, which offers 20 games that are free to play until next summer.
Global ad sales rise to $473.4 million, contributing to a 12 percent increase in AOL's total revenue for the quarter.
A new update to Microsoft's Office apps brings your iPhone up to speed with the iPad versions, and menus and other features optimized for the smaller screen make them a natural fit.
The company says it was able to double the amount of shipments on the premium side of the market and that it shipped nearly 17 million units worldwide in the third quarter.
Emerging markets are seeing huge growth in mid- and lower-tier smartphones. ARM seeks to catch some of that trend with its new line of Mali graphics-chip designs.
The carrier still managed to post strong customer growth, again driven largely by an increase in tablet sales.
Apple's tablet lineup has expanded from six configurations to more than 50 in four years. Has the product lineup become too complex?
Apple is counting on the $249 iPad Mini to draw you into its stores. But it's hoping you end up buying a $499 iPad Air instead.