While many people believe the $499 price of the Xbox One X to be too steep, Microsoft has revealed that it won't be selling the console at a profit at all. It expects revenue from selling games.
Former Microsoft CEO and current Los Angeles Clippers owner Steve Ballmer has unveiled a public database which documents how the government spends every cent of the taxpayer's money.
Some Facebook users have woken up to find they've received small checks from the company. Surprisingly enough, the checks are legitimate, and they're part of Facebook's settlement from a 2011 suit.
Security researchers and ATM manufacturers are warning that attackers have managed to compromise ATMs and are stealing money after they force the devices to 'spit out' cash.
To make Valentine's Day a day to be remembered even among (single) gamers, Steam is conducting a massive 'Co-Op Sale' allowing people to save money on select multi-player games up to 85% off.
As of January 2015, Microsoft Studios has changed its policy, allowing users to stream gameplay footage of the company's titles and monetize it via popular platforms, if they follow a few rules.
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.
A global movement is growing - but not the kind you might expect. Twitter users are enjoying the hunt for cash hidden in cities from the US to Europe and Africa, planted by anonymous philanthropists.
Amazon is currently paying users $10 to download five completely free apps from its store, with each downloaded product netting the customer 200 store credits with which to purchase other apps.
A breakdown of the componants used by Google to make Google Glass, their glasses-esque computer, has found that the total cost is just $80 meaning that Google makes $1,420 per glass headset.
True unlimited data is a rare commodity these days. As smartphones became more widespread, carriers quickly realized they could make more on average by charging less for fixed data packages and...
Facebook's stock price has surpassed its initial offering for the first time since May of 2012. Many have questioned whether the IPO was in fact a wise move, but now things are looking up.
Despite being a massive global retailer, Amazon has shocked with the announcement that they have recorded a loss for the quarter, due to increased spending on their own infrastructure.
Google is to add functionality for transferring money to friends via Wallet and its most popular non-search service, Gmail. The concept should make moving money between people easier than ever.
Did you know that Bill Gates is still rich? Well if you didn't, he is the second richest person in the world despite devoting nearly all his time to his charitable works.
Nokia's quarterly financial results are in, and for Q4 2012 they've reported an operating profit for the first time in many quarters, helped by strong sales of their Lumia devices
Another indie game bundle is offering 10 games for less than $1 each, with proceeds going to the good folks at the Special Effect charity. You can never have too many Steam-friendly games, can you?
Talent agent Micah Johnson was able to screencap some very unusual activity from Facebook. The social network wanted to charge $100 to deliver a message as part of a new counter-spam initiative.
WordPress has added functionality today, allowing bloggers across the world to pay using the digital Bitcoin currency while side-stepping issues such as PayPal being unavailable or limited.
With more than a month left to go, the internet has decided that Nikola Tesla had better get a museum in his honor, providing the cause with close to a million of the 1.7 million dollars needed.
GitHub has made the decision to switch to outside funding, gaining a cool hundred million dollars from investors to get it started on its new path.
A marketer decided to work out how much money Google makes per minute, and how much it would stand to lose in the 10 minutes of downtime some reported earlier today. The numbers will make you jealous.
According to tweets from San Francisco, Microsoft could be buying Yammer for a considerable sum of money, or at least considering it.
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Alan Turing, one of the forefathers of modern computing, has become a target for petitioning. Should the petition prove effective, Turing could replace Darwin on some bank notes.
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Nokia's Q4 2011 financial report revealed that Microsoft paid Nokia $250 million to use Windows Phone just in the last quarter of last year, with much more support money on the way
It's Wikipedia's annual fundraising drive, where Jimmy Wales stares into your soul and asks for your help, but it appears it may not be enough this year after the organization starts emailing users.
Warren Buffet has spoken, and when Buffet speaks, people listen. Specifically, the CEO and founder of Berkshire Hathaway, and one of the most prolific and successful investors the world has ever known, has spoken out...
Living “off the grid” may become a bit more difficult in the future if Hagen Klauk’s research takes hold. Discovery News is reporting that the researcher has managed to place organic transistors on your cold,...
It's no secret that Microsoft is willing the do what ever it takes to be a solid competitor in the mobile marketplace. When it went back to the drawing board and started fresh, Microsoft knew...
When you are entering a fiercely competitive market late, you better either have a unique product that changes everything, or enough money to promote your device like your life depends on it. While Windows Phone...
For as long as most can remember, Microsoft's co-founder and chairman, Bill Gates, has been the richest man in the world. Weighing in at $53 billion, it's easy to understand why. Forbes, however, is reporting...
News is being reported on the BBC Technology website regarding several aspects of Facebook's growth into a much greater entity. An announcement at TechCrunch 50 in San Francisco, a conference for start ups, reveals another...
According to CNet, Microsoft will soon be bringing to an end its Money line of personal finance management software. From Microsoft's Money FAQ, the products affected include Microsoft Money Essentials, Microsoft Money Plus Deluxe, Microsoft...
Ever since Twitter launched, analysts have been looking for ways that the company could generate revenue and turn a profit off its microblogging service. Recently it has been the focus of numerous takeover talks and...
A conference is being held in Washington DC that is discussing copyrights and how they are affected by technology and the internet. The copyright group, namely the RIAA, wants Congress to make the law...
If you are looking to earn some steady money from the internet then YouTube could be the destination for you. The New York Times are running an article about how popular and how profitable...
In a follow-up to our previous story, Europe's proposed multibillion-dollar Galileo satellite navigation project could be salvaged with the help of unspent EU funds and without additional taxpayer money, the European Commission said today. The...