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At E3, Not Everyone Diving Headfirst Into VR

Sony's rivals remain less optimistic about the technology, despite the strides that Oculus and the PlayStation maker have made with sharpness and latency in their headsets.

EU Court Upholds $1.4 Billion Fine for Intel

EU officials assessed the fine in 2009 after determining that in 2002-07, Intel awarded rebates to computer makers if they bought exclusively or mostly Intel-made CPUs.

Twitter COO Ali Rowghani Resigns

Twitter says it will not name a replacement for Rowghani and did not give a reason for his departure.

OPEC Ministers Signal Output to Remain Steady

While the International Energy Agency, oil consultant to major consuming countries, sees demand rising for the rest of the year, many of the 12 OPEC members are at their production capacity limits.

More Flights Arriving on Time

The airlines reported that for every 1,000 passengers in April, there were 2.92 bags that were lost, stolen, damaged or delayed, down slightly from the 3.07 rate in April 2013.

Facebook, Twitter Rev Up for World Cup Fever

Because it takes place over several weeks, marketers are gearing up for "a marathon, not a sprint," said Debra Aho Williamson, an analyst for research firm eMarketer.

Google Buying Satellite Maker Skybox for $500 Million

Google has parlayed its prosperity to finance about 250 million acquisitions during the past decade, using many of them to expand into new markets, including maps and mobile devices.