Microsoft hopes to play a bigger part in your living room.
The software giant has reportedly held talks with TV networks about creating a new subscription TV service for its Xbox video game console. It would rival efforts by Google and Apple.
Donkey Kong is back.
Nintendo has released a new game called "Donkey Kong Country Returns." CNET's Dan Ackerman says it feels a lot like the arcade classics.
"You're running from one side of the screen to the other, jumping over obstacles, collecting bananas, jumping in cannons to shoot yourself across the screen," he said. "It's really a lot of fun. Takes you through a lot of varied environments. You know, it's a great sort of family, not too serious game."
The game is available exclusively for the Wii.
And President George W. Bush on Monday became the first former president to be interviewed live on Facebook.
He sat down for a wide-ranging, hour-long discussion with Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg. Bush discussed his new book, "Decision Points," tough decisions he made as president and maintained his vow not to criticize President Obama.