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Software is the name of the game in 'fourth industrial revolution'

Robert Smith of Vista Equity Partners is looking at the "ecosystem" of providing software and solutions for business challenges in the digital age.

Source: CNBC.com

Marcus Williams owns up to costly mistake on Saints' last-second lapse vs. Vikings

New Orleans Saints safety Marcus Williams made the biggest play in the fourth quarter of Sunday's playoff game. No one will remember it.

Source: USA Today

China is not a 'copycat' in the global economy

Raymund Chao of PwC say China has shown leadership in key technologies as the world's second largest economy steps up its game.

Source: CNBC.com

Gamer who made “swatting” call over video game dispute now facing manslaughter charges

A man is being held after his first court appearance in a fatal "swatting" case in Kansas, reportedly stemming from a gamers' beef over 'Call of Duty.'

Source: Vox

Cramer's game plan: JP Morgan set the benchmark. Now watch the banks

Jim Cramer laid out the stocks and events he'll be watching as earnings season kicks into high gear with the big banks' reports.

Source: CNBC.com

Cramer's game plan: JP Morgan set the benchmark. Now watch the banks

Jim Cramer laid out the stocks and events he'll be watching as earnings season kicks into high gear with the big banks' reports.

Source: CNBC.com

Video game stocks have more room to run

Jim Cramer took to the charts of video game stocks with technician Rob Moreno to see if the red-hot sector still has gains left.

Source: CNBC.com

Cramer's charts show video game stocks like Take-Two have more room to run

Jim Cramer took to the charts of video game stocks with technician Rob Moreno to see if the red-hot sector still has gains left.

Source: CNBC.com

Cramer's charts show video game stocks like Take-Two have more room to run

Jim Cramer took to the charts of video game stocks with technician Rob Moreno to see if the red-hot sector still has gains left.

Source: CNBC.com

A towering robot with facial recognition could improve your table tennis game

Forpheus reads your facial expressions to tell what kind of player you are, advancing the level of play.

Source: CNBC.com