Nintendo's dual-screened DS console levelled the playing field, and created a new philosophy for video games. Luke Westaway recounts its impressive history.
If you never had the chance to play the DS version, you're in for a treat. Too bad it's such a short one.
The best-selling video game system ever (in America at least) has just passed 50m units. Shame the 3DS is lagging behind somewhat.
The third-newest Nintendo portable game system on the market can finally be had for less than $100.
Flurry Analytics says the DS's share of the mobile gaming market is headed sharply downward as consumers turn to smartphone-centric games like Angry Birds.
Apple's iPod classic and Nintendo's DS handheld console are taking it to the wire in our Greatest Gadget tournament. Which deserves to go through to the next round? It's up to you...
Nintendo's portable gaming powerhouse is to gadgetry as bacon is to food: the best. Allow Luke Westaway to explain why.
We deliver a ton of mobile-phone news, Facebook gets some probing by the FTC, and we discuss how to use a Nintendo DS to test your blood sugar level.
Harlequin Books becomes the first non-Japanese publisher to enjoy its books on the Nintendo DS. The interactive features seem certain to create a new experience in every home and love hotel.
Take this story with a grain of salt, but rumors are beginning to swirl around Nintendo and the possible successor to the DS portable gaming system. According to a post on CrunchGear, a writer for RPAD.tv has revealed some top-secret details about the yet-to-be announced handheld.