Sony said it has sold more than 40 million units of its flagship videogame console PlayStation 4, highlighting strong momentum at the company’s the fastest-growing unit.
Snapchat raised more than $1.8 billion in an investment round that stretched over more than a year and included Sequoia Capital and Spark Capital as new investors.
The Eurogroup deal with Greece at least puts relations on a more normal footing, although it doesn’t provide a long-term solution.
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Shares of the once-mighty Taiwanese phone maker HTC have been on a tear, but hopes for virtual reality to revive the company seem misplaced.
India’s finance ministry has rejected a government panel recommendation to exempt Apple from local sourcing requirements, two government officials said, in a decision that could effectively block the tech giant’s plan to open its own retail stores in the country.
The European Unionproposed legal changes that could force Netflix and other online-video providers to help finance European-made films.
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The tech giant is seeing increasing strength in its Office subscription business and Azure cloud services.
A company that was once valued at over $1 billion but is now worth less is known as a “unicorpse.”
The deal follows GM’s $500 million investment into Gett competitor Lyft. Auto makers are spending more on startups as the auto market changes.
Alphabet’s Google said it will increase the size of ads that run atop search results and expand ads on Google Maps in an effort to avert slowing revenue growth.
Twitter Inc. is sticking with its signature 140-character limit, but the allotment will start to feel a bit longer soon.