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A market researcher says U.S. retail sales of video game hardware, software and accessories slipped 4 percent in October.
Microsoft Corp. is creating a new online games hub and making it more social by linking it to players' Facebook and Windows Live accounts.
Google Inc.'s Voice calling application has won approval to be on the iPhone after more than a year of haggling with Apple Inc.
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