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Here Comes Nintendo DS Lite!

Nintendo’s new DS Lite is thinner, lighter, and brighter than the original DS. It’s available in Japan as of March 2, 2006, with a U.S. launch to follow later this year.

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Apple Unveils New Toys!

Apple Computer Inc. took its first steps into the living room on Tuesday (2nd March 2006), introducing a speaker system for iPods and a new Mac mini that can stream music, photos and video from other computers.

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Eyes On Nintendo

In a recent interview with Engadget, Reggie Fils-Aime, Nintendo of America’s executive vice president of sales and marketing, talked somewhat openly about Revolution, the DS, Nintendo as a company, and his thoughts on the competition. IGN Revolution followed up the interview by posting some new information about Revolution development kits, so we’ve included that as […]

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Nintendo Wifi In City Of London

The City of London Corporation has announced that the City is to benefit from complete Wifi coverage. The City (which covers about one square mile) is working in partnership with Wifi company The Cloud to implement the scheme over the next few months.

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Sony Planning Downloadable Games For PS3 in Asia

A partial translation of an interview conducted by Japanese website Game Watch with Sony Computer Entertainment Asia’s Tetsuhiko Yasuda suggests that Sony is planning to offer unspecified PlayStation 3 games for online download in South Korea and elsewhere in Asia, largely due to piracy-related issues prevalent on the Asian market.

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PSP2 To Abandon UMD

According to a Japanese Samsung website as covered by GamersReports.com, Sony Computer Entertainment is not only asking them to ramp up flash memory chips for Sony’s use with the current PSP, but also stated that the PSP2 (PlayStation Portable 2) will not use UMDs, but “flash memory hard disk drives”. Right now it’s all rumor […]

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Film Sudios Cutting Back On UMD Movie Titles

In pre-Liberty City days, UMD movies were the shining star in the PSP library–in fact, at one point movies comprised almost 50% of all UMD sales. That success, however, has either not sustained or not increased enough to appease film studios. According to a report by Variety, key movie studios (Warner Home Video, Paramount, even […]

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