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Date: 2012-09-14
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Nintendo Wii U adds TV, video for November launch
US-NINTENDO-WIIU:Nintendo Wii U adds TV, video for November launch
By Malathi Nayak and Tim Kelly

NEW YORK/TOKYO (Reuters) - Nintendo Co's "Wii U", packed with innovative TV and video features, will hit U.S. store shelves on November 18 as it plays catch-up with Microsoft and Sony and aims to lure gamers back from the Internet and mobile devices.



Glu Mobile bets on iPhone 5 gamers to score big
US-GLUMOBILE-INTERVIEW:Glu Mobile bets on iPhone 5 gamers to score big
By Chandni Doulatramani

(Reuters) - Smartphone games maker Glu Mobile expects a big boost to its sales from the success of Apple Inc's iPhone 5, which analysts predict will sell 33 million units this quarter.

The maker of mobile games such as "Big Time Gangsta" expects


With the wave of a hand, Intel wants to do away with passwords
US-INTEL-PASSWORDS:With the wave of a hand, Intel wants to do away with passwords
By Noel Randewich

SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - Passwords for online banking, social networks and email could be replaced with the wave of a hand if prototype technology developed by Intel makes it to tablets and laptops.

Aiming to do away with the need to remember passwords


Nintendo's $300 Wii U goes on sale November 18 in U.S
US-NINTENDO-WIIU:Nintendo's $300 Wii U goes on sale November 18 in U.S
By Malathi Nayak and Tim Kelly

NEW YORK/TOKYO (Reuters) - Nintendo Co's Wii U will hit U.S. store shelves November 18 starting at just under $300, as the creator of Super Mario looks to regain the lead in gaming from Sony and Microsoft, and fend off tablet and smartphone makers led by Apple


Aggressive iPhone launch plan boosts Apple outlook
US-APPLE-IPHONE-RESEARCH:Aggressive iPhone launch plan boosts Apple outlook
By Aditi Sharma and Sayantani Ghosh

(Reuters) - Sales of the new iPhone 5 could be double those of the previous model in its first week on the market, thanks to Apple Inc's most aggressive smartphone launch plan yet, and up to 33 million iPhones may be sold this quarter, analysts said.



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