It was a big week for gamers as Microsoft rolled out its newest gaming console the Xbox One and Sony released the PS4 - it's first new console in seven years.
Temperatures are cold in most of the country, but the tech sector is heating things up with a slew of earnings reports, IPO filings and one big very big acquisition.
Weighing in with the first big results of the second-quarter earnings period, Alcoa posted results that topped expectations.
Technology titans weighed in with less-than-stellar second-quarter results.
Tech billionaire Jeff Bezos takes over the Washington Post, and the patent saga between Apple and Samsung continues.
Ten nuclear plants in four states along the East Coast declared an "unusual event," the lowest emergency classification.
This week saw more quarterly report cards from tech companies and Lenovo's celebrity product engineer launched its new tablet.
More earnings news, another social-media sector IPO and fresh cash for BlackBerry.
Big news continued to roll out of Apple this week with the launch of its new mobile operating system and sale of its newest iPhone iterations: 5S, 5C.
It was a week for deal-makers in the tech sector, as BlackBerry announced a buyout offer and Applied Materials agreed to a merger with rival Tokyo Electron.