After a year of falling console sales and revenue losses, Nintendo may have just pulled itself from the brink of disaster. In a pre-E3 event, streamed across the web, it announced a new Legend of Zelda title, which will arrive in 2015. This was the news its fans wanted and its console – the struggling Wii U – desperately needed.
Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling has a right to pursue his $1 billion federal lawsuit against the National Basketball Association, but the 80-year-old might not live to see the end result, millionaire businessman Kevin O'Leary told CNBC on Tuesday.
Last year, at E3’s traditional battle of the platform-holders, Microsoft presented Sony with the most almighty of open goals. Tying itself in knots after an ill-advised bid to position the Xbox One as some sort of entertainment hub which incidentally played games, it floundered in the spotlight.
A Romanian court has sentenced the hacker known as “Guccifer”, famed for posting nude self-portraits of George W Bush on the internet, to four years in jail on Friday.
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A man from Surrey has gambled £400,000 on Scotland voting no in the independence referendum, in one of the largest political bets ever placed.
Lamprell has suffered a big pay revolt at its annual general meeting – the third year in a row that shareholders have rebelled against pay deals at the oil rig builder.
Drivers of black cabs are up in arms about US taxi app Uber.
A 62-year-old Hummer-driving Long Island fund manager was charged Monday with running a Ponzi scheme for nine years — siphoning $17m from his clients.
American International Group announced that CEO Bob Benmosche is will resign as of Sept. 1. He will be replaced by Peter Hancock.