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The Scuf Vantage gamepad for PlayStation 4.

I tried the $200 PlayStation 4 controller that people are buzzing about and it was a huge letdown

Despite all the hype, I don't think the $200 Scuf Vantage controller is worth the money.
Target is launching an invite-only marketplace for third-party sellers.

Target is taking a page out of Amazon’s playbook — but it could face some challenges

Target is inviting other brands to sell on Target.com, creating a third-party marketplace. That comes with risks.
A still from Amazon's new commercial.

Amazon has launched a new page to address one of its biggest criticisms

Amazon's new Storefronts page will feature only products from small and medium-sized businesses in the US. It's a move to put the businesses front and center, in front of customers' eyes.

Amazon quietly extended a program designed to help it sell more grocery items online

Amazon just quietly extended a program designed to encourage third-party sellers to list grocery items for sale, signaling that it still might not believe it has enough cheap grocery items on its website.

Some Amazon sellers are tricking people into paying thousands of dollars for shipping — here’s how to spot it

Some third-party sellers on Amazon are tricking shoppers into paying too much for shipping. Savvy Amazon customers should be able to spot it before it's too late.

Microsoft’s Xbox boss explains how its push into Netflix-style gaming heralds a brand-new business model in video games

Business Insider spoke with Microsoft executive VP of gaming Phil Spencer, the man in charge of Xbox, about the company's big new move.

Nintendo’s new console still doesn’t solve Nintendo’s biggest problem

Without major games from third-party developers like EA and Activision, the Nintendo Switch is entering dangerous territory.

This is why some candidates are listed more than once on your ballot

An arrangement called "fusion voting" allows candidates to appear under multiple parties.

Bernie Sanders: Don’t vote for a third-party presidential candidate in this election

The Vermont senator is telling voters not to use the 2016 presidential election as a way to protest.

These maps show how Bloomberg’s aides thought he could win the 2016 election

These Election-Day scenarios employ some serious optimism.