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Buffalo Bulletin: Sony Vaio, Twitter, Pokemon Bank, Amazon Gaming and Much More!

Welcome back Buffaloes to another fresh new episode of Buffalo Bulletin, where we cover some of the biggest news in tech, gaming and whatever else that catches our eyes.  This week we have Sony Vaio, Twitter earnings, Pokemon Bank, Amazon Gaming and much more!

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This week's stories

Sony Confirms Plans to Sell VAIO PC Business to Focus on Mobile

Earlier this week a few reports suggested that Sony was prepping to sell off its VAIO PC business. Sony made the news official this morning, when it said it will sell off the PC business to “concentrate mobile business on smartphones and tablets,” while also restructuring its TV business to be more efficient. Sony said […]

Twitter’s First Earnings Report: $243M in Revenue Crushes Estimates

Twitter reported its first earnings report since the company went public back in November, when shares started trading on the New York Stock Exchange. The company crushed Wall Street estimates for earnings during the fourth quarter of 2013. The Wall Street consensus was looking for revenue of $217.8 million and a loss per share of […]

Pokémon Bank Now Available in North America

After a few delays, a round of outages for the eShop and general silence from Nintendo, Pokémon Bank is finally available in North America. The software is free on the Nintendo eShop on the Nintendo 3DS, not counting the annual fee. Japan and Europe already have access to the service. Pokémon Bank will let players store […]

Amazon Acquires Killer Instinct Developer Double Helix

Amazon has acquired Double Helix games, most recently the developer of Killer Instinct for Xbox One and the upcoming Strider game, according to a report from TechCrunch. The deal, which includes both the company’s talent and any IPs, was leaked via an invitation to a recruiting event set to take place in Los Angeles next […]

Steve Wozniak Thinks Apple Should Release an Android Phone

Apple may be at war with Google, but according to Steve Wozniak—who co-founded the Cupertino company back in 1976—that shouldn’t stop it from making Android smartphones alongside its own line of iOS-powered devices. In a recent interview with Wired, Woz argues that Apple’s distinctive design combined with Google’s open source software could be a huge success. […]

Roy Choi

Roy Choi is a Southern California native. He has been infatuated with technology reviews ever since he bought his first crummy laptop in the summer...