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Nintendo president Satoru Iwata unboxes Wii U ahead of launch [video]

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The Nintendo (NTDOY) Wii U doesn’t come out of for another 11 days in North America. To kickstart the new console hype, Nintendo president Satoru Iwata took to the company’s Nintendo Direct webcast to do an official unboxing video of the $349.99 Deluxe Set. Most of the console’s extras –...
Nintendo president Satoru Iwata unboxes Wii U ahead of launch [video]

Did this geek spend 11 months filming a stop-motion arcade tribute?

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A determined geek says he spent 11 months creating a sticky note stop-motion Ms. Pac-Man and Mario tribute, but some viewers are wondering if it's actually all computer-generated. [Read more]...
Did this geek spend 11 months filming a stop-motion arcade tribute?

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Matt Casamassina Joins Apple as App Store ‘Editorial Games Manager’

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Matt Casamassina: Anybody who has read my work through the years will know that I’ve long been a huge Nintendo fan, but if there is one company that could entice me away from covering Mario and Zelda it’s the one owned by Steve Jobs. Beginning early May, I will join...
Matt Casamassina Joins Apple as App Store ‘Editorial Games Manager’

Nintendo Posts A Profit, But Future Sales Are Shaky

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News that would make Mario twirl his mustache in delight, then worry about tomorrow's mushroom harvest. Nintendo's been on shaky ground, but it's just revealed some more positive news in its financial report: It's back in profit, a year after its first ever financial loss. Profits for the nine...
Nintendo Posts A Profit, But Future Sales Are Shaky

Facebook begins allowing international users to buy Gifts for friends in U.S.

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Facebook has started to expand its Gifts product beyond the U.S., according to users in the U.K., India and Canada who say they got access to the service this weekend. However, it seems that international users can only send gifts to their friends who live in the U.S. Facebook launched...
Facebook begins allowing international users to buy Gifts for friends in U.S.

The Wii U Is The Most Fun I've Had With A Game Console Ever

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I've had relatively limited experience with console video games, so keep that in mind when I tell you the following: the Wii U is the most fun I've ever had playing games on a console hooked up to my TV. I'm emphasizing fun. Not necessarily the best graphics (which are...
The Wii U Is The Most Fun I've Had With A Game Console Ever

Junkbots galore!

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Dark Roasted Blend has a fantastic roundup of junkbots and other robotic ephemera and goodies. I'm really taken with Ultrajunk's creations, which really take advantage of the decay and use-marks on his found-object materials to make robots that have a lot of texture and implied history. Utterly Irresistible Robot...
Junkbots galore!

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Infographic: What you didn’t know about Nintendo

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Or Ninfographic, amirite? Yeah, I’m here all night. This is one of those terribly trendy, zeitgeisty infographics, and while these things usually annoy the bejeezus out of me, I’m letting this one through as it’s about something I hold dear to my dark, twisted heart: Nintendo. Because I’m a shameless...
Infographic: What you didn’t know about Nintendo

Patterned by Nature: it's big, blocky and earth-approved (video)

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Quick quiz: which consumes more power, an "energy-efficient" 55-inch LED TV, or the 90-foot "Patterned by Nature" video installation at the North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences? It's actually a trick question, because the sculpture does eat less power -- just 75 watts -- but then it only has...
Patterned by Nature: it's big, blocky and earth-approved (video)

Misfortune Sucks, But It's Not Google's Responsibility

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Ars Technica has been following the story of Mario Gianna Masiá, who has been engaged in a legal battle with Google's Spanish arm over the search results for his business. His family opened the Camping Alfaques vacation spot in 1956, and in 1978 a tanker-truck explosion on a nearby road...
Misfortune Sucks, But It's Not Google's Responsibility

Nintendo's Wii U up close and personal: a photo tour

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We're here at Nintendo's Wii U event in New York City where the gaming outfit's prexy Reggie Fils-Aime just announced US pricing and release details for the console, as well as it's own unique TVii service. And now that those important tidbits have been squared away, it's time to...
Nintendo's Wii U up close and personal: a photo tour

The Very Worst Part Of The New BlackBerry: Its Camera (BBRY)

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BlackBerry unveiled its new touchscreen smartphone, the Z10, yesterday. And the reviews are already coming in. Gizmodo's Mario Aguilar performed an initial low-light camera test with the Z10, and based on the results, he says it's "a complete failure."  Aguilar tested the Z10 against the iPhone 5, Nokia Lumia 920,...
The Very Worst Part Of The New BlackBerry: Its Camera (BBRY)

Tweaking Legend of Zelda so Zelda saves Link

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The sword-wielding Princess Zelda, equipped to save the mincing Link. Despite the title, the game series Legend of Zelda has lacked much in the way of Zelda. Inspired by a hack in which a father switched Mario with Pauline in Donkey Kong, Kenna W. of Kenna Draws Stuff set out...
Tweaking Legend of Zelda so Zelda saves Link

Nintendo granted patent for emulating handheld consoles and software

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Any geek worth his / her salt knows that techdom's territory-spanning intellectual property spats are far from over, so we don't begrudge heavyweights like Nintendo for endeavoring to bulk up their litigious arsenal. Filed back in October of 2003 and just recently granted by the USPTO, is patent number...
Nintendo granted patent for emulating handheld consoles and software
'Mario' creator Shigeru Miyamoto is an 'Angry Birds' fan

Growing Up Geek: Mark Hearn

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Welcome to Growing Up Geek, a feature where we take a look back at our youth, and tell stories of growing up to be the nerds that we are. This week, we have our very own Mark Hearn! I can vividly recall the first gadget that I ever owned....
Growing Up Geek: Mark Hearn

Google Updates iOS App, Making Send To TV Available On iPhone, iPad

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iPad and iPhone users can now join the Android users party, send videos to their televisions. Good news for Apple mobile device users: The very convenient YouTube "Send To TV" feature is now available on iOS apps thanks to an update available starting today. That means iPhone and iPad...
Google Updates iOS App, Making Send To TV Available On iPhone, iPad

The Profit Is In Another Castle: Nintendo Records First-Ever Annual Loss

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Citing poor sales of the Nintendo 3DS and “the stronger yen against the euro was also another reason,” Nintendo posted its first-ever loss – $534.6 million on revenue of $8 billion. This is down from $12.6 billion in revenue last year with $960 million in profit. But, as they say,...
The Profit Is In Another Castle: Nintendo Records First-Ever Annual Loss

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Aviary's Developer Of Peacock Takes Popular Photo Manipulation Tool Independent, Calls It Nodewerk

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Aviary isn’t done with the news this year. In a nod to powers users, it’s sending its advanced flash suite off as an independent product. The suite’s original developer, Mario Klingemnan, is leading the effort, and today has relaunched a core part of it, node-based photo manipulator Peacock, as a...
Aviary's Developer Of Peacock Takes Popular Photo Manipulation Tool Independent, Calls It Nodewerk
BlackBerry 10 predictive keyboard coming to jailbroken iPhones

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Nintendo Cuts Outlook After Soft Demand for Wii U

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Nintendo Cuts Outlook After Soft Demand for Wii U: Daisuke Wakabayashi for WSJ: Nintendo slashed its sales outlook in the wake of disappointing holiday demand for its new Wii U videogame console, which it had been banking on to rekindle consumer excitement. ... For the current fiscal year to March,...
Nintendo Cuts Outlook After Soft Demand for Wii U

Daily iPad App: Paper Monsters

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I've found that iOS isn't the best platform (so to speak) for platformers. I love games like Mario and Sonic, where you drive a little character around, jumping between platforms and collecting goodies. The lack of physical buttons on Apple's touch screens (and let's face it: cheaper production values)...
Daily iPad App: Paper Monsters
× Just a test of the new info bar. What do you think?