The online retailer has acquired development studio Double Helix Games in a continued effort to compete in the video game space.
The company's games haven't gained traction in the US, leading the console to lose momentum.
The latest foray into wearable technology could eventually eliminate the daily finger-stabbing blood tests so many diabetics dread.
The recent spate of deals is bigger than ever, and many targets are some landmark American names.
By streaming old PlayStation games onto various devices, Sony just decimated the used game market that is keeping the brick-and-mortar retailer alive.
Big tablets, wearable tech and Android PCs also made waves at the electronics tradeshow.
The show will build on last year's popular technologies, including 3-D printing and hybrid ultrabook tablets.
The biggest share of the industry is no longer being reaped by major labels.
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