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A Chinese consortium has bought the Opera internet browser for US$600 million (543 million euros), its Norwegian developer said Monday, after a public share offer for the company failed.
Users of Taiwan-based HTC Corp.'s (宏達電) first virtual reality (VR) headset -- the HTC Vive -- can now experience the device's first Star Wars game, wielding a virtual lightsaber.
Google CEO Sundar Pichai hit back Sunday at accusations that the global internet giant failed to pay enough taxes in Europe, and warned of the potential fallout from Britain leaving the EU.
'Pokemon Go' underscores Nintendo's rich vision
Nintendo suffered as a latecomer to smartphone games but is seeing the deep wealth of its franchise characters pay off with the success of "Pokemon Go," even without a launch yet in Japan.
As throngs of "Pokemon Go" players traipse around to real-world landmarks in pursuit of digital monsters, some ticked-off property owners are asking to have their locations in the fictional Poke-verse removed.
Citigroup's profit falls 17 percent, still beats forecasts
Citigroup's earnings fell 17 percent in the second quarter, hurt by weak results in consumer banking as interest rates remain extremely low, making lending less profitable. The results still beat analysts' forecasts.
Wells Fargo earnings slip, but mostly meet expectations
Consumer banking giant Wells Fargo said its second-quarter earnings fell 3 percent from a year ago as the bank continues to feel pressure from low interest rates.
Line Corp.'s shares surged in its debut on the Tokyo Stock Exchange on Friday, a day after its initial public offering in New York, as investors cashed in on the popular Japanese messaging app that features emoticons.
If you have fond memories of battling King Koopa or tossing barrels as Donkey Kong, you can relive them this fall.
Microsoft on Thursday scored a big victory on a keenly watched privacy battlefront, with a U.S. appeals court exonerating the company for refusing to give police user data stored overseas.
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