The game retailer's shares have taken a hit this week, falling nearly 20 percent.
Is Windows 8 really the makings of a fiasco? True or not, get ready to hear this more and more as the Windows 8 general release approaches.
Apple's iPhone first went on sale five years ago tomorrow. CNET gazes back at some of its early flaws, and looks to what lies ahead.
The company manages to hold its position in the third quarter, but still faces a rough road ahead as the only major U.S. carrier without Apple's iPhone.
The future of Google Maps in China could be in jeopardy as the search giant reportedly has yet to apply for a license to keep the service running.
The terms of service for Amazon's new e-book subscription offering mean uncertainty for self-published Kindle authors, whose work is automatically rolled into the program.
Don't expect the chipmaker's outlook to be uplifting when it reports earnings on Thursday. Company already has said it plans to trim workforce by 9 percent and cut pay.
Growth from the same quarter a year ago is 16 percent, slightly better than analysts anticipated, though slowing in the Asia-Pacific market sparks some concern.
NPD Group report finds many consumers plan to spend less on entertainment this year. But some plan to spend more, though they see themselves buying gadgets more than content.
Sony Electronics President Stan Glasgow expounds on Sony's fortunes for the upcoming year in light of increasingly difficult economic circumstances in the U.S.