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Katherine Noyes
Nintendo's Plan B
05/12/14 6:55 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 605 Words

... in part to counteract losses sustained on its Wii U gaming device launched in late 2012, Nintendo now is setting its sights on emerging markets and planning a brand-new console and games with those markets in mind, Reuters reported last week. Nintendo...

Katherine Noyes
Nintendo Makes Health the New Name of the Game
01/31/14 5:00 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 745 Words

... Nintendo is planning a new product offering that will take the company beyond traditional gaming and into the world of health, it announced on Thursday. Coming hard on the heels of a grim earnings report that prompted a pay cut for President...

Peter Suciu
Nintendo 2DS: It's a Flat World After All
08/29/13 4:03 PM PT | TechNewsWorld | 706 Words

... an eye toward the upcoming holiday season, Nintendo on Wednesday announced a US$50 price cut on its Wii U gaming platform and rolled out a brand-new portable gaming system priced at just $129.99. Slated for release on Oct. 12 in red or...

Richard Adhikari
Nintendo's 3DS Warning: Children, Avert Thine Eyes
12/29/10 2:46 PM PT | TechNewsWorld | 786 Words

... Nintendo has issued a warning for parents of children under age 6: If you're planning on giving the kid a Nintendo 3DS when the device is released early next year, keep it in 2D mode. The 3DS is a portable video game...

Walaika Haskins
Nintendo Prez: Wii Will Bury PS2
07/16/07 3:06 PM PT | TechNewsWorld | 717 Words

... perhaps by a successful showing at last week's E3 Media and Business Summit, as well as continued strong sales of his Wii video game console, Satoru Iwata, president of Nintendo , told a Reuters reporter Thursday he believes the console could touch...

Jennifer LeClaire
Nintendo Sings Browser Duet With Opera
05/11/06 1:28 PM PT | TechNewsWorld | 495 Words

The Norway-based browser developer intends to do this through a partnership with Nintendo . Specifically, Opera is putting its browser on Nintendo's much-anticipated new generation Wii console. Wii users can browse the Internet between gaming sessions using what analysts call one of the...

Jay Lyman
Nintendo Readies Wireless Revolution
03/11/05 1:26 PM PT | TechNewsWorld | 557 Words

... Nintendo is looking to revisit its GameBoy days, when the Japanese company was practically the only player in the mobile hand-held market, by including WiFi wireless capabilities in both its next-generation Revolution console and its DS, a dual-screen handheld gaming device. Nintendo...

Jennifer LeClaire
Nintendo DS Readies for Portable Gaming Competition
10/11/04 12:54 PM PT | TechNewsWorld | 414 Words

... Nintendo is enforcing its dominance in the portable gaming world with the launch of its wireless Nintendo DS, a handheld double-screen console that will allow players to control games with touch or voice, monitor two-screen action and even compete wirelessly with others.

Peter Suciu
Nintendo's NES Classic Targets Gaming Geezers
07/15/16 9:05 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 839 Words

... Nintendo on Thursday unveiled its latest gaming console: the NES Classic Edition, a mini replica of the original home console that can connect directly to a TV via an HDMI cable. The system features 30 built-in games from the 8-bit era, including...

Quinten Plummer
Nintendo Inaugurates New President
09/15/15 3:02 PM PT | E-Commerce Times | 530 Words

... Kimishima emerged as president of Nintendo , following a meeting of the board on Monday. Kimishima, 65, has taken up the positions of representative director and president, and he has shed the roles of managing director, general manager of corporate analysis and...

Keith Regan
Nintendo Vaults Over Sony in Market Value, Thanks to Wii
06/25/07 2:30 PM PT | E-Commerce Times | 780 Words

... diverging fortunes of Nintendo and Sony were underscored Monday when Nintendo's total stock market value eclipsed that of Sony for the first time. Nintendo, whose Wii gaming console was the surprise hit of last year's holiday season, moved past Sony to become...

Fred J. Aun
Nintendo's Still the One
03/16/07 11:04 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 592 Words

The latest game console sales figures for America, compiled by NPD Group, show his creator, Nintendo , outdistancing the competition by thousands of units. There were 485,000 Nintendo DS units sold in February and 335,000 sales of Nintendo's newest console, Wii , according...

Jennifer LeClaire
Nintendo Celebrates Wii's Triumph Over PS3
11/28/06 1:44 PM PT | TechNewsWorld | 542 Words

... bragging Nintendo has declared an early victory over rival Sony in the video console wars. Of the more than 600,000 Nintendo Wii systems sold in the Americas since Nov. 19, 400,000 were sold in the U.S. -- at a rate of nearly...

Jennifer LeClaire
Nintendo Chief Confident in Wii's Long-Term Success
06/07/06 10:05 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 583 Words

... Nintendo is forecasting minimal losses with its next-generation game console, Wii. Nintendo President Satoru Iwata said Tuesday that he is confident that Wii will compete well against the likes of Microsoft's Xbox 360 and Sony's Playstation 3 when it debuts sometime in...

Keith Regan
Nintendo DS Handheld Sales Hit 10 Million Mark
01/04/06 9:26 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 656 Words

... much hype has centered on the Xbox 360 gaming console this holiday season, Nintendo grabbed a significant piece of the gaming thunder this year as well, with the company reporting that it has sold some four million of its handheld Nintendo DS...

Jay Lyman
Nintendo, Sony in Hand-to-Hand Gaming Combat
11/22/04 10:34 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 544 Words

... Nintendo seeks to keep its command of the mobile gaming market with the dual-screen DS handheld unveiled this week, Sony will try to make the market a dual-player game with its forthcoming PlayStation portable device, the PSP. Touting two 3-inch, color, LCD...

Richard Adhikari
Nintendo Banks on Switch Hit
01/14/17 10:40 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 624 Words

... Nintendo on Thursday announced the Nintendo Switch handheld gaming console, its long-awaited successor to the poorly received Wii 2. The US$300 Switch will hit the streets March 3. Purchasers will get the console, two Joy-Con controllers, a Joy-Con Grip, a set of...

Quinten Plummer
Virtual Reality May Be Coming Around Again for Nintendo
02/03/16 2:23 PM PT | E-Commerce Times | 515 Words

... Nintendo is looking into virtual reality , 20 years after its failed Virtual Boy console, suggest reports that surfaced Tuesday. Nintendo President Tatsumi Kimishima reportedly described VR as "interesting technology" during an earnings call to discuss the company's Q3 financial report.

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Rachelle Dragani
Nintendo Places All Its Chips on Wii U
07/26/12 6:00 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 653 Words

... Nintendo reported a loss that was less than expected Wednesday, as video game hardware sales continue to decline. It posted a net loss of 17.23 billion yen, or about US$220 million, compared to losses of 25.5 billion yen a year ago.

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Walaika Haskins
Dev's Wii Slip Irks Nintendo
01/10/08 1:48 PM PT | TechNewsWorld | 450 Words

... announcement by Dutch game developer Engine Software that its first WiiWare game, "Project Bang," had the gaming blogosphere buzzing Wednesday about a March 2008 launch date for Nintendo's WiiWare, a game development and download portal , in Europe and possibly the...

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