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The YouTube star has grabbed headlines over his whopping income. But he's just part of the picture. Game-related videos made by fans and game firms alike are worth $3.8 billion worldwide, says a report.
Nonprofit Feeding Forward hits a global chord with its on-demand food-donating service.
Samsung is reportedly set to sign one of the biggest sponsorship deals in tech history by splurging $20m on the rapper and impresario.
The new, affordable P8 Lite is part of Huawei's plan to curry favor with US consumers. Next up: Teasing a premium smartphone.
Thanks to the popularity of online media sites like YouTube, mainstream entertainment soon may look more like that kid clowning around in front of a laptop camera.
Google owns about 55 percent of the search ad business, but it's still way ahead of its competitors -- despite Baidu's strength in the big China market.
Facebook and Twitter will combine to own a third of the US display ad market in 2017, according to research firm eMarketer.
Partner Li-Ning, a sneakers maker that burst onto the international scene at the 2008 Olympics, is back to mainly selling in China. It's hoping that a deal with rising-star Xiaomi will give it another shot.
Both companies will be coming on strong in the US as they fight to capture your attention. They won't find it easy going.
It's got a deformity. That's why it's grumpy. Humanity can't get enough of staring at it. But did this cat really make $100 million? It seems not.