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  • Visitors look at Windows-enabled smartphones, including the Nokia Lumia series, at the Microsoft stand at the 2015 CeBIT trade fair on March 16, 2015 in Hanover, Germany.

    Microsoft is making further cuts to what is left of its ailing smartphone business, as sales of the devices continue to fade.

  • John Vignocchi, vice president of production at Disney Interactive Studios, speaks about the Disney Infinity 3.0 video game during a Sony Corp. event ahead of the E3 Electronic Entertainment Expo in Los Angeles, California, U.S., on Monday, June 15, 2015.

    Four months ago, Disney boasted loudly about the strength of its video game unit. Tuesday, the company shut it down.

  • Amazon investors look for growth

    CNBC's Dominic Chu and Michael Pachter of Wedbush Securities discuss the growth expected from Amazon.com when it reports earnings on Thursday.

  • Microsoft VP on the Internet of Things

    Jason Zander, corporate vice president at Microsoft, explains some of the advantages offered by the Internet of Things.

  • Lexmark gets bought for $2.54B

    Lexmark International agrees to be acquired by a Chinese group led by Apex Technology.

  • Microsoft earnings on tap

    CNBC's Dominic Chu and Macquarie analyst Sarah Hindlian discuss what to look out for when Microsoft reports earnings after the bell Thursday.

  • Apple files keyless keyboard patent

    Apple filed a patent application for a keyboard without traditional keys. CNBC's Dominic Chu and Conversocial CEO Josh March discuss.

  • HP vs. Apple for laptops?

    HP has shown off a stylish new laptop, but can it compete with Apple's products? CNBC's Dominic Chu and Fosterly founder Adam Zuckerman discuss.

  • Happy 40th birthday Apple

    Apple was founded 40 years ago on April 1st, 1976. CNBC's Jon Fortt highlights the company's evolution.

  • Apple iPhone

    The company lacks information on the method used to break into the iPhone of a gunman in San Bernardino, Calif. The NYT reports.

  • Former Intel CEO Andrew Grove dies at 79

    Grove is credited with transforming Intel into one of the world's most dominant producers of microprocessors.

  • A $101 million cyber heist has left central bank officials arguing over what may be one of the most audacious bank raids in history. The FT reports.

  • Apple could be making a 'phablet'

    The iPhone maker could launch an update with a bigger 5.8-inch screen by 2018.

  • Amazon's virtual reality venture

    CNBC's Morgan Brennan and PCMag.com Editor-in-Chief Dan Costa discuss the possible impact of Amazon's foray into the world of virtual reality.

  • tests a new 'Gears of War' game at the Xbox display on the second day of the Electronic Entertainment Expo, known as E3 at the Convention Center in Los Angeles, California on June 17, 2015.

    E3, the video game industry's largest trade show, is struggling with an exodus of publishers.

  • Raspberry Pi 3, this small computer could soon help power your smart home.

    A new version of the tiny Raspberry Pi computer has been released, and with a little tinkering, it could help power your home.

  • Big uses for tiny computer

    This little gadget could help power your smart home.

  • Members of the trade walks past the 'Pokemon' booth

    20 years after Nintendo launched its phenomenally successful Pokemon games, the group has yet to transition its famous gaming stars onto our smartphone screens.

  • Eric Hirshberg, CEO of Activision Publishing on stage at the introduction of the All-New Guitar Hero Live game by Activision, April 14, 2015, in New York City.

    Activision shares tumbled after the company posted disappointing earnings and showed signs of trouble ahead.

  • Apple's app shortfall

    Re/Code Editor-at-Large Walter Mossberg talks about why he thinks Apple's app ecosystem isn't living up to its hardware standards.