But a sluggish Chinese approval process for games and weak demand for consoles could cripple the deal.
The e-commerce giant will shutter its domestic marketplace in the world's most populous country in July.
The retailer’s brands still resonate with teen shoppers, but its smaller rivals are locking in more Instagram followers.
But it sounds more like an internal operating system for its hardware products than a potential rival for Alexa or Siri.
Fashion Nova's meteoric rise is a testament to Instagram's retail power.
Launching another high-end gaming phone in China’s tough smartphone market doesn’t make much sense.
Why is Walmart offering a “Stitch Fix for kids”?
The chipmaker’s second act in smartphones comes to an abrupt end as Apple switches to Qualcomm.
SINA suspends its news and blog platforms for a month in response to complaints about fake news and pornography.
Bitauto, Retail Opportunity Investments, and Boston Omaha are riskier plays that could eventually deliver multibagger returns.
Does this aging partnership benefit JCPenney more than Sephora?
China’s biggest direct retailer faces tough growing pains.
Sony’s next console is built for high-end local games instead of cloud-based ones.
Investors should temper their expectations for Intel, Ambarella, and NVIDIA’s driverless efforts.
The idea of buying physical games is quickly becoming obsolete.
Uber Eats isn’t Grubhub’s biggest challenger for dominance in the U.S. food delivery market.
The chipmaker upgrades its older GPUs with a feature previously reserved for newer cards.
But what works in China probably won’t work in its core market of U.S. gamers.
Chick-fil-A is becoming a major threat to other fast-food chains.
The retailer makes rosy promises about its long-term growth, but its activist investors don’t seem impressed.