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Weekend tech reading: End of year edition

Weekend tech reading: End of year edition

Verizon reverses on $2 fee, Apple's Jonathan Ive has been appointed as a Knight Commander of the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire (KBE). EA, Nintendo and Sony quietly withdraw SOPA support. Sonic the Hedgehog to make a comeback in full 2D (you read that right), and LG expected to show off 84-Inch ‘Ultra Definition’ TV at CES.

Nintendo slashes DS Lite price to $100

Nintendo today announced it will soon slash the suggested retail price for its DS Lite system. The price tag will change from $130 to $100 in the US as of June 5, 2011. A price cut for the DS Lite shouldn't be too much of a surprise, given that its successor, the Nintendo 3DS, has now been available for a few months.

Nintendo confirms Wii sucessor coming in 2012

Nintendo confirms Wii sucessor coming in 2012

Following a flurry of reports and leaks last week Nintendo has officially confirmed it will be launching a successor to the Wii next year. The company offered no details as to how the next-generation console will improve on the current…

Nintendo refuses to make a gaming phone

Nintendo has no plans or desire to build a gaming phone. Although both Microsoft and Sony, Nintendo's two main rivals in the gaming industry, have both branched into mobile phone development, Nintendo simply isn't interested in building a phone or…

Nintendo reveals 3DS launch game titles

The Nintendo 3DS is launching on February 26, 2011 in Japan, on March 25, 2011 in Europe and on March 27, 2011 in North America. The device will have the same form-factor as the DSi and will be backwards compatible…