Samsung and Sony, two of the world's biggest television manufacturers, have begin setting minimum retail prices on their sets.
In what some are calling a $2.6 billion prestige play, China's big fish Wanda is swallowing AMC to create the world's largest theater chain despite the steady decline in the US industry.
Sony stock dipped 1.2 percent in Tokyo following the news that Sony racked up a record $5.6 billion annual loss in 2011. It was Sony's fouth straight year in the red.
Women bought 40 percent of all tickets to 'The Avengers.' The action movie beat 'Harry Potter' in setting a first weekend box office record with $200 million in ticket sales.
The Verge reports that Microsoft has plans to launch a $99 Xbox 360, with Kinect and a two-year subscription, "as early as next week."
Android tablets: Kindle Fire accounted for more than half of all sales by February. But can Amazon's Android tablets take on Apple's iPad?
The European Union has approved the Sony-led acquisition of EMI Music. But there are strings attached.
2012 Goldman Environmental Prize winner Ma Jun enlists ordinary Chinese to help clean up China's pollution.
Before video games and cable television, there was 'Battleship.' This week, the iconic board game hits the big screen in Europe. Will it sink or swim?
Tech stocks like Apple and Google have cult status, says tech stocks analyst, despite their weaknesses.