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Netflix to expand into Australia and NZ in March

China's Tencent partners with HBO for TV show streaming

Tech agenda: Sime MIA

Netflix to launch in Australia, New Zealand in March

Amusement parks challenged by home entertainment

Black Friday shopping catches on in UK

Everything changing for convention coverage

Holiday gadgets: Microsoft phones, Google gadgets

From Nokia chief to Bill Gates, guessing game begins on new Microsoft CEO

Complicated fun: Are theme parks going geeky?

Startups gain appeal as some Japan Inc. names fade

Insight: As Finland reels, Microsoft doubles down with Nokia phone deal

Samsung unveils smartwatch to power Galaxy Note sales

Top iPhone apps: "Flappy Bird," messaging apps

The car of the future, today

SeeThru reality headset has Google Glass in its sights

Chinese users welcome Apple, China Mobile deal

Intel reveals dual OS devices

Tablets a hit with kids, but experts worry

Sony's $200 smartwatch works with Android phones

New video game consoles face changed landscape

IG: IRS credit cards used for wine, pornography

Baidu to buy mobile apps company for $1.9 billion

Microsoft touts Xbox One as all-in-1 entertainment

Macau aims for another Vegas staple: boxing

Tech trends set stage for mobile, playful 2014

Xbox One makes hot debut as console war revs up

Ill. governor skeptical about gaming expansion

Bill would OK Internet gambling across state lines

Indie sensibilities embraced at gaming conference

Tech agenda: Digital Entertainment World

Intel backs survival of PCs in world of shrinking tech

Microsoft reveals HP tablet-laptop hybrid at Taiwan show

One in five smartphone apps are launched just once

Apps, ads and accumulators: bookies ready for record World Cup

Critics: Sony still a Walkman in an iPad age

Facebook to buy WhatsApp for $19 billion in deal shocker

Amazon rolls out 'Netflix-for-books' style service

First Windows 9 picture leaks, revealing a Start menu

Naver says Line messenger app mulls IPO

At World Cup arenas, blind fans listen to the action

Review: How to follow World Cup beyond live video

World Cup online: Brazil's shock shatters records

European regulators training sights on Google's mobile software

Nintendo falls back into red with $229 mn annual loss