Despite Microsoft's messaging missteps of late, E3 won't be an easy win for Sony. Here's what it needs to communicate next week.
The NSA's PRISM program gathers data from Facebook and other online services, Xbox One will make it complicated to share games with friends, and Apple signs Sony for its iRadio music service.
We now know that the NSA uses something called PRISM to monitor private Web data. Sounds like "1984." What does it really mean?
According to a report, the U.K. government allegedly bypassed international intelligence-sharing treaties by piggybacking on the NSA's reported PRISM network.
Microsoft and its partners are beginning to show and tell more about the features that 7- and 8-inch Windows 8.1 "Blue" devices will offer.
According to the latest data from research firm NPD, gamers spent a total of $3.5 billion during the first quarter of the year.
Speaking in a video posted to Facebook, the Nintendo of America president says its presence at the show will still "surprise and delight."
Microsoft will also let gamers share titles with friends, but each game can only be given one time.
Apple, Microsoft, Yahoo, Facebook, and other large tech companies let the National Security Agency search through confidential customer data, according to the Washington Post.
Microsoft has some explaining to do. Here's what we're expecting from team Xbox at E3 2013.
BlackBerry is already pushing out a new flagship phone, and Apple is expected to show off new software and products on Monday -- perhaps even a new iPad.
The rumor out of the U.K.: Microsoft is courting the satellite broadcaster as part of its efforts to integrate its next Xbox more deeply into the daily entertainment lives of users. But it's not happening.
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