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A new report outlines how Apple intends to display and sell the Apple Watch to customers through their stores, adding a more personal sales pitch based around individual style.
A poll by Reuters/Ipsos has found that more than 69% of Americans surveyed had no desire to buy the Apple Watch and 46% of those had heard nothing about Apple's latest product.
Microsoft is touting strong sales growth of its console in February but as ever, it didn't provide any hard stats, sticking with ambiguous percentages to tell the world its console is doing well.
Apple held its 'Spring Forward' event today and during the announcement, Tim Cook, CEO of Apple, stated that the company has sold over 700 million iPhones since the device was announced.
With the current trend of the PlayStation 4 outselling the Xbox One, an intelligence firm predicts that the PS4 will triumph over the Xbox One in sales by 40% in the year 2019.
Figures for Q4 2014 show that Windows devices now make up 9% of the global tablet market with over 6 million shipments, including over 2 million Surface tablets - and further growth is predicted.
Worldwide sales of the PS4 beat those of the Xbox One in Q4 2014, as they did throughout the year - but it seems that Microsoft has significantly narrowed the sales gap between its console and Sony's.
Rockstar has shipped over ten million copies of GTA V for the Xbox One and PlayStation 4 since November, bringing total shipments so far to over 45 million, just weeks ahead of its launch for PCs.
Thanks to the iPhone 6, Apple managed to close out its first quarter of fiscal year 2015 with the best iPhone quarterly sales in company history. Is Apple poised to end Samsung's smartphone dominance?
Apple's new, larger iPhones have proven to be a major hit in Asian markets and have propelled the company both in terms of sales and marketshare. Meanwhile Samsung has seen its share sliced.
Apple has announced that its App Store has broken some pretty impressive records in terms of sales in 2015. The company has shared some interesting statistics with the public in its press release.
The PlayStation 4 is the best-selling console of its generation and Sony has released the numbers to prove it. However the device failed to gain a significant sales boost during the holiday season.
Microsoft has extended many of their weekly "Countdown to 2015" deals all the way through to January 6th, the deals are for both the Xbox One and Xbox 360 and have discounts up to 85%,
The NPD research group is saying that Microsoft sold 1.2 million consoles during the month of November which is the result of the price cuts and bundles.
Microsoft is in the process of changing its business model and one thing it will have to do to live in this new era of 'free' is find a way to monetize Windows in the 'free' economy.
It is being reported that Microsoft sold over 720,000 Xbox One consoles on Black Friday which is a new record of any console sales on that day; price cuts and bundles played a huge role.
Samsung is worried about its recent performance and as such it's selling some of its assets and reinvesting that money though it's not exactly clear what the company's core business actually is.
Microsoft wants to 'win' Black Friday with some massive discounts on games. Titles such as Sunset Overdrive, FIFA 15 and Call of Duty Advanced Warfare have had their prices slashed.
Microsoft's Xbox One has finally sold 1 million units in the UK, beating out the PS4 in total sales for three weeks in a row - but still falling behind in overall sales to Sony's console.
On Black Friday, stores across the US try to entice you to venture out at ungodly hours of the morning and if you are in the market for a low-priced notebook, staples has one on-sale for $99.
The Xbox One has received numerous price cuts and promotions and Black Friday will obviously be no exception, with GameStop selling you a bundled Assassin's Creed game and console for only $330.
Three months after the PS4 passed the same milestone, Microsoft now says it is nearing 10 million sales of its Xbox One - but the figure applies to sales of the console to retailers, not to consumers.
Best Buy kicks off the early holiday shopping season with a great deal that can get you an Xbox One without the Kinect sensor for just $199 as long as you're willing to make a trade.
This week we cover the Dark Soul's clone Lords of the Fallen on the PlayStation 4, while we also have our Neowin gaming news roundup which covers the week in gaming from the Neowin writers.
Reports over the Tokyo-based Sony Corporation's latest fiscal quarter are coming in and the data doesn't look good, showing almost universal losses across the board for the company.
According to some educated estimates, the Xbox One may have outsold Sony's Playstation 4 for the month of September. If true this is only the second month when Microsoft's console comes out on top.
Apple has announced that they sold a total of 10 million iPhone 6 and 6 Plus devices over the weekend which is a personal best for the company and shows that there was pent up demand for a new phone.
Apple has announced that the company sold 4 million units of its new iPhone 6 and 6 Plus during its first 24 hours on sale, and that this is the fastest sales rate ever for its iPhone.
Sony outsells Microsoft in the next-gen console sales war for the month of August, but the Xbox One is on the rise.
Sony has revealed that it has sold one million PlayStation 4 consoles in the United Kingdom - around 10% of its total worldwide sales - making it the UK's second fastest-selling console ever.
A domain name being sold at auction in London later this year is expected to sell for around $35 million, which would make it one of the most expensive domain names ever to be purchased.
Windows Phone has been on a slow growth trajectory since it was launched a few years ago and it the latest survey, not all markets are receptive to the platform while others are growing.
Based on some "back of the napkin" calculations, it looks like Amazon's smartphone may not be so hot after-all; 35,000 units may all that have been sold in the first 20 days on the market.
Apple has long held the number one spot in sales, but the release of the Galaxy S5 and its variants meant that Samsung's market share of LTE smartphones in Q2 2014 greatly surpassed Apple's.
China has approved sales of 5 million Xbox One consoles there, according to Microsoft's Chinese partner BesTV, with domestic sales of foreign games consoles predicted to grow to 50 million by 2019.
Thanks to a weak Japanese currency and strong PS4 sales, Sony reported a higher profit than expected for the last quarter. However, the company still expects a loss for the next financial year.
Some recent articles have cited Microsoft's financial results as proof that Microsoft lost $400 million on the Xbox One, but their math skills need some significant work.
Sony says that it sold 3.5 million PlayStation 3 and 4 units last quarter, far outselling the Xbox One and 360 - Microsoft managed to sell just 1.1 million of its consoles during the same period.
Microsoft has appointed former Best Buy executive Jude Buckley as the new head of its Consumer Channels Group, overseeing sales and marketing activities with OEMs, carriers and retailers.
Next week, Microsoft will announce its Q4 earnings and if Xbox One sales are any indication, sales could beat expectations as the Xbox One double its sales from the prior month.
Microsoft announced today that the Nokia Lumia 520 - which has been sold for as little as $39.99 - is the best-selling handset in its price range, with sales of over 12 million units worldwide so far.
Microsoft today revealed some information on how it's doing with Windows Phone, including details of year-on-year growth, the number of markets in which it has achieved double-digit share, and more.
Xbox One sales have "really improved in the past weeks and months" according to Xbox UK marketing director Harvey Eagle, although just how great that improvement has been remains unclear.
A new report from Ericsson predicts that smartphone usage will triple by the end of this decade, with low-end market playing a key role. Mobile data traffic is also set to see a tenfold increase.
Sony has finally beaten out Nintendo in annual console sales for the first time in 8 years, selling 18.7 million units to Nintendo's 16.3 million. Does it mark a new era of gaming?
Apple CEO Tim Cook today shared some figures on its device sales and the state of the App Store, reporting sales of over 800m iOS devices, with 1.2m apps available and 75 billion app downloads.
Microsoft sold only 115,000 consoles in the US according to the NPD numbers and this could be a big reason why the company has de-bundled Kinect from the console.
Microsoft has announced that it sold 2 million consoles in Q3 2014 of which, 1.2 million were Xbox One consoles, which is a good number of units but still lags behing Sony's PS4.
BlackBerry has cut ties with T-Mobile US and will stop selling its devices to the company once the current contract ends on April 25. Blackberry says it will strengthen ties with other carriers.