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As the holiday-shopping season approaches, Microsoft and Apple have scheduled major events this week to unveil new gadgets and software.
Nintendo Co. is dropping the price of its 6-year-old Wii gaming console ahead of the launch of its successor, the Wii U.
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The Tokyo Game Show is highlighting both anticipation and worries in the industry.
Makers of consumer electronics have been refreshing their products for the holiday shopping season. Apple unveiled a new iPhone, while Amazon started selling new tablet computers and e-readers. Nintendo offered details for the first major game console in years.
Makers of consumer electronics have been refreshing their products for the holiday shopping season. Advance orders for Apple's new iPhone began on Friday. Delivery times climbed quickly, suggesting heavy demand.
Nintendo's upcoming Wii U gaming console will start at $300 and go on sale in the U.S. on Nov. 18, in time for the holidays, the company said Thursday.
Nintendo disclosed the price and release date of its new Wii U game machine and unveiled television features for it. Thursday's announcement comes as a host of companies launch new gadgets for the holiday season.
Nintendo has a knack for changing the course of video games, appealing to the masses from kids to grandparents even if its technology isn't the most advanced.