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Global tech giants, including Dell, Microsoft, Amazon, HP and Google are looking to move much of their production out of China.
Apple and the major console makers: Nintendo, Microsoft and Sony Interactive Entertainment, have filed public comments against tariffs on Chinese goods.
Sony announced that it has sold 3,000,000 PSVR systems and 21.9 million games and "experiences" to accompany them.
Nintendo released a system update for its Switch console that introduced the ability to record 30-second gameplay snippets, transfer save data between devices, and more.
Nintendo said the $380 bundle includes the Switch console, a digital copy of "Splatoon 2," a "fresh" carrying case, and a pair of Joy-Con controllers in the Neon Green and Neon Pink color variants.
Scorpio will be Microsoft's second console in China after the Xbox One was released in country in 2014.
Many players have taken to Reddit and other forums to complain about the game's online multiplayer, and we've noticed connectivity issues ourselves.
Switch is finally here, and we've found that Nintendo made some good decisions, some bad ones, and more than a few befuddling errors with its latest console.
The company took a page from Apple's "you're holding it wrong" playbook from the iPhone 4's "Antennagate."
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Microsoft announced the Xbox One S Minecraft Favorites Bundle, which includes a "Minecraft: Windows 10 Edition" beta download.
A week before the launch of the Xbox One S, Microsoft has lowered the price of the original Xbox One console, again. This time around, you can buy the 500 GB version of the console for $249.
A few months after the tenth anniversary of its launch, Microsoft is finally halting production on the Xbox 360.
The Xbox One "exclusive" will also have a PC version. However, Microsoft will give you both versions of the game if you pre-order it before its April 5 release date.
The PlayStation 4 is getting a price drop for its regular and bundled versions. The new price of $349.99 takes effect on October 9.