Nintendo and Microsoft unveil indie games services

Nintendo and Microsoft unveil indie games services
SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) – Microsoft Corp and Nintendo Co Ltd unveiled on Wednesday new online services for their video game consoles to showcase games by independent developers, part of a push by the companies to tap enthusiasm for so-called casual games.[Lees verder]

MySpace mulls music joint venture: sources
NEW YORK (Reuters) – MySpace, the top social networking site owned by News Corp, is in talks to create an online music joint venture with the four biggest record companies, sources familiar with the discussion said on Wednesday.[Lees verder]

Nintendo rolls out Wii fitness game product
NEW YORK (Reuters) – Games maker Nintendo Co Ltd on Wednesday said it will launch a new physical fitness game product called Wii Fit for U.S. shipping in May.[Lees verder]

Amazon to support Blu-ray format
NEW YORK (Reuters) – Amazon.com Inc announced its support for Sony Corp’s Blu-ray format on Wednesday, days after Toshiba Corp pulled the plug on the rival HD DVD format, as key studios and retailers also took Blu-ray’s side.[Lees verder]

Japan online networking king Mixi to take on China
TOKYO (Reuters) – Japan’s most popular online networking site, Mixi Inc, said on Wednesday it plans to establish a subsidiary in Shanghai to tap China’s fast-growing Internet market.[Lees verder]

Nintendo and Microsoft unveil indie games services
SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) – Microsoft Corp and Nintendo Co Ltd unveiled on Wednesday new online services for their video game consoles to showcase games by independent developers, part of a push by the companies to tap enthusiasm for so-called casual games.[Lees verder]

MySpace mulls music joint venture: sources
NEW YORK (Reuters) – MySpace, the top social networking site owned by News Corp, is in talks to create an online music joint venture with the four biggest record companies, sources familiar with the discussion said on Wednesday.[Lees verder]

Nintendo rolls out Wii fitness game product
NEW YORK (Reuters) – Games maker Nintendo Co Ltd on Wednesday said it will launch a new physical fitness game product called Wii Fit for U.S. shipping in May.[Lees verder]

Amazon to support Blu-ray format
NEW YORK (Reuters) – Amazon.com Inc announced its support for Sony Corp’s Blu-ray format on Wednesday, days after Toshiba Corp pulled the plug on the rival HD DVD format, as key studios and retailers also took Blu-ray’s side.[Lees verder]

Japan online networking king Mixi to take on China
TOKYO (Reuters) – Japan’s most popular online networking site, Mixi Inc, said on Wednesday it plans to establish a subsidiary in Shanghai to tap China’s fast-growing Internet market.[Lees verder]

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