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  • Apple's Tim Cook must forfeit $4 million in stock, board decides

    Apple's Tim Cook must forfeit $4 million in stock, board decides
    This year, Apple's Tim Cook asked his company's board to restructure a massive restricted stock award he'd received when he became chief executive in August 2011.  The change came after several months that had seen Apple's stock plunge from $702.10...
  • Google Chromebook business sales jump as Apple, Microsoft struggle

    Google Chromebook business sales jump as Apple, Microsoft struggle
    While Apple and Microsoft saw their share of laptops sold to businesses and other organizations in the U.S. decrease in 2013, Google dramatically increased its portion of sales. From January through November, Google sold 1.76 million Chromebook...
  • After Zynga announcement, bitcoin price tops $1,000

    After Zynga announcement, bitcoin price tops $1,000
    The price of bitcoin shot up past $1,000 Monday after Zynga, an online gaming company, announced it would test using the digital currency as payment. Bitcoin, the volatile unregulated currency, has hit highs and lows in recent weeks and has gained...
  • CES 2014: Sony launches PlayStation Now streaming game service

    CES 2014: Sony launches PlayStation Now streaming game service
    Sony Computer Entertainment used the high-visibility stage of the 2014 Consumer Electronics Show to announce a new Internet streaming service that will deliver games beyond the video game console. Sony will offer popular PlayStation 3 games via the...
  • Sony to launch its own cloud-based TV service

    Sony to launch its own cloud-based TV service
    Sony Corp. is getting into a new facet of the TV business: launching an Internet service that will bring live television programs and on-demand content into the home. Andrew House, chief executive of the Sony Computer Entertainment Group, unveiled plans...
  • León Krauze aims for millennial set with news show 'Open Source'

     León Krauze aims for millennial set with news show 'Open Source'
    León Krauze grew up in a household of Mexico City intellectuals, where soccer, pop music, literature and politics were vigorously debated and it wasn't unusual to see a Nobel Prize winner seated at the family dinner table. As a youth he visited...
  • 'League of Legends' video game maker to move to West L.A.

    The maker of the international online video game hit "League of Legends" will move to a five-building office campus in West Los Angeles after signing what was described as the biggest new office lease in Southern California in five years. Up-and-...
  • Microsoft plays up Xbox One's entertainment features

    Microsoft Corp., looking to build anticipation for the new Xbox One video game console, emphasized the entertainment features of the device. The struggling Seattle technology giant has been positioning the successor to its Xbox 360 as an all-in-one...
  • Disney Interactive Co-President John Pleasants resigns

    Disney Interactive Co-President John Pleasants resigns
    Disney Interactive Co-President John Pleasants is leaving the company, giving control of the Walt Disney Co. video game and digital media subsidiary to Jimmy Pitaro, the unit's other co-president. Burbank-based Disney said Monday that Pleasants would...
  • Gun violence explodes in PG-13 films

     Gun violence explodes in PG-13 films
    When the first "Die Hard" and "Terminator" movies landed in theaters in the 1980s, both were rated R. But their sequels arrived with PG-13 marks — even though the level of violence had actually escalated. Critics have blasted Hollywood's movie...
  • Walmart, Target, Best Buy Black Friday ads hit the Internet

    Walmart, Target, Best Buy Black Friday ads hit the Internet
    More than two weeks before the big shopping day, Walmart, Target, Best Buy and others have released their Black Friday advertisements. Among the highlights: WALMART Walmart will begin its doorbuster deals at 6 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 28 --- otherwise...