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Jennifer LeClaire
Nintendo Puts Handwriting on DS Wall
10/27/05 9:00 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 535 Words

... Corporation yesterday said it has signed a licensing agreement with Nintendo to provide the video game giant's developers the ability to employ its handwriting recognition technology . Zi Corporation, a Canadian intelligent interface software provider, said Nintendo plans to use its Decuma...

Peter Suciu
Nintendo Gives Mobile Gamers a Much Bigger Playground
06/22/12 2:59 PM PT | TechNewsWorld | 646 Words

... Nintendo has long been known for surprises, but it caught the gaming world off guard on Thursday, when North American COO Reggie Fils-Aime revealed the 3DS XL during a Nintendo Direct video post.

At the Electronic Entertainment Expo trade show earlier...

Erika Morphy
Nintendo Bails Furiously but the Worst May Be Yet to Come
07/29/11 3:05 PM PT | E-Commerce Times | 792 Words

... things get any worse for Nintendo ? Earnings for the three months ended June 30, 2011, were a major disappointment, with net sales down 50.2 percent and gross profit down 84.3 percent, compared with the same period the previous fiscal year. Sales...

Jay Lyman
Nintendo Hopes to Score With DS Lite
05/04/06 1:40 PM PT | TechNewsWorld | 608 Words

... gaming player Nintendo has refreshed its handheld DS device by slimming it down, brightening its two screens, and dropping the price to US$129. The Japanese giant has been selling the DS Lite in Japan since March, enjoying overwhelming demand there. Its U.S.

Quinten Plummer
Splatoon: Nintendo Seeks Bloodless Coup in Online Shooter Genre
05/27/15 3:18 PM PT | TechNewsWorld | 760 Words

... its bloodless battles of attrition between squads of human-squid chimeras, twitch-shooter Splatoon oozes classic Nintendo charm that has enamored many early reviewers. Soon, however, their summary judgment will be all but moot. The new Wii U game will be tried in the...

Peter Suciu
Nintendo Gambles on Gamepads
06/05/12 2:18 PM PT | TechNewsWorld | 635 Words

... rivals at Sony and Microsoft have long looked to create encompassing living room entertainment devices, Nintendo once again looked to what it does best -- namely to provide an immersive gaming experience. At its Tuesday press conference at E3 in Los Angeles,...

Richard Adhikari
Next-Gen Nintendo DS: 3 Dimensions, No Glasses
03/23/10 11:50 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 747 Words

... Nintendo on Monday announced that it will release a new model of its DS handheld console that can play 3-D games but won't require the user to wear special glasses. This device is due by early next year at the latest.

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Keith Regan
Class Action Lawsuit Adds to Nintendo's Wii Woes
12/21/06 1:06 PM PT | E-Commerce Times | 637 Words

... law firm has filed a class action suit against Nintendo on behalf of owners of the new Wii gaming console for selling remotes with inadequate wrist straps. San Francisco-based Green Welling filed the lawsuit against Nintendo of America in the U.S. District...

Jay Lyman
Nintendo Nudges into Console Battle
05/18/05 11:00 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 573 Words

... to be left out of the furious technology tussle that has Sony and Microsoft gaming over their next-generation consoles, Nintendo touted the deep game support and backward compatibility of its own Revolution console this week. While Microsoft and Sony have touted improved...

Staff Writer
Nintendo Enters Price War with $50 GameCube Cut
05/20/02 11:56 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 510 Words

However, Giga Information Group research analyst Rob Enderle told the E-Commerce Times that Nintendo's $50 price cut is clearly a reaction to cuts made by Sony and Microsoft last week.

Those companies -- Nintendo's closest competitors in the console arena...

Quinten Plummer
Nintendo's Sleep Monitor Is More Than a Dream
07/28/15 2:05 PM PT | TechNewsWorld | 605 Words

... a piece that makes Nintendo's upcoming hardware and software platform even more puzzling. A patent application published last week has revealed more information about Nintendo's plans to build out its hardware ecosystem with contactless sleep monitoring technology.

The device will...

Quinten Plummer
Splatoon: Nintendo Hits You With Its Best Shot
05/07/15 2:10 PM PT | TechNewsWorld | 617 Words

... Nintendo has invited players to paint the town red -- and green and blue and a palette of other colors -- in Global Testfire events over the weekend for Splatoon , a new game launching May 29 exclusively on the Wii U.

Jennifer LeClaire
Nintendo Announces Wii Lineup, Supply Shortages
11/01/06 11:22 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 585 Words

... Nintendo is pulling out all the stops for the launch of its next-generation video console. Nintendo will make about 4 million Wii systems available globally during the next six weeks, beginning with the Nov. 19 launch in the Americas. The company expects...

Jennifer LeClaire
Nintendo Launches 'Wii' Console Branding Strategy
04/28/06 10:30 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 518 Words

... Nintendo has revealed that it will call its next-generation gaming console simply "Wii." The system will go head to head with Microsoft's Xbox 360 and Sony's upcoming PlayStation 3. Nintendo revealed the new identity of the much-anticipated video game console, previously code-named...

Meryl K. Evans
Nintendo Targets Senior Crowd With Brain Game
04/19/06 7:30 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 575 Words

... Nintendo this week released an American version of Japan's No. 1 brain training game, "Brain Age: Train Your Brain in Minutes a Day," for the Nintendo DS. Japanese neurologist Ryuta Kawashima, who maintains that regularly doing easy and fast-paced mental activities can...

Stephanie Losi
Nintendo, Sony Up Portable Gaming Ante
05/12/04 11:09 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 520 Words

Each game console maker detailed specs of a new portable gaming device, but the proposed gadgets differ in important ways. Nintendo said its entrant in this market will debut this year in Japan and North America, and in Europe in early 2005. Rather...

David Jones
'Arms' Could Help Nintendo Fight Its Way Back Into the Ring
06/09/17 10:03 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 716 Words

Arms , the highly anticipated fighting game for Nintendo's Switch, will be available next Friday, and based on the early reviews, the company just may have found the magic bullet. Nintendo's Switch console, launched earlier this year, has been something of a...

David Jones
Nintendo Shares Surge on Pokemon Go Juggernaut
07/12/16 10:34 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 652 Words

... Nintendo shares soared on Monday after its new augmented reality mobile app, Pokemon Go , burst out of the gate over the weekend in the U.S and in key markets around the globe. The company's shares rose 36 percent in two days,...

Quinten Plummer
Nintendo's Miitomo Smartphone 'Game' Fails to Charm Investors
10/29/15 3:05 PM PT | E-Commerce Times | 526 Words

... Nintendo shares fell 9 percent on Thursday, and partner DeNA's stock dropped 15 percent after Nintendo announced that it would wade into the mobile waters next year with social mobile app Miitomo . Based on the Mii digital avatars made popular by...

Quinten Plummer
Nintendo's E3 Direct Gives It to Fans Straight
06/17/15 3:12 PM PT | TechNewsWorld | 610 Words

... Nintendo allayed the fears of some gamers in Tuesday's E3 Direct presentation, assuring them that long-term projects have not been scrapped.
Many fans and analysts had been expecting the company to close the pipeline of games designed for its current...

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