The news was all over Twitter on Monday night. In a Q&A session with game site IGN, Xbox exec VP Marc Whitten confirmed that Kinect will no longer need to be switched on for the Xbox One to function.
Although shares of Apple are likely to head higher, formidable challenges await, Colin Gillis of BGC Financial says.
Two months ago Aaron Carter, brother of Backstreet Boy Nick, was beaten up on a trip to Boston because, as one of his assailants reportedly claimed: "This is the town of the New Kids." Such territorial clashes remind us that there is nothing new in pop rivalry, it's an energy that labels and artists have used to their advantage over the years.
Carl Icahn looks like he's up to something, and he could be using Twitter to tell the public what it is.
BlackBerry, once the global leader in smartphone technology, has put itself up for sale after years of falling sales and failed revamps.
Silver Lake Partners, the private equity group steering PC giant Dell to a $25bn retreat from the stockmarket, may be trying to add smartphone maker BlackBerry to the portfolio to create a corporate computing powerhouse.
For the Twitter power user, the platform can take over in very unhealthy ways.
A one-liner has stuck around the games industry for a while now. What is Microsoft's successor to Xbox 360? The Xbox 180.
Nokia Siemens Networks, the phone-equipment maker that Nokia Oyj is fully taking over, is considering reducing about 8,500 jobs to boost profitability, according to three people familiar with the matter.