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Electronic Arts' Peter Moore hints that his company may not bring other games to the Nintendo console.
Activision Blizzard CEO Bobby Kotick says his company has witnessed "slower-than-expected adoption" of Nintendo's new game console.
The electronics company blames continued weakness in the global PC market for strategy shift away from remote controls, speaker docks, and console gaming peripherals.
Research firm Gartner publishes a report indicating that poor NFC adoption has curtailed mobile-payment growth worldwide. But on the bright side, mobile money transfer is booming and will continue to grow through 2017.
Orange has taken the lead from TalkTalk as the nation's most-hated broadband provider, while T-Mobile is the worst network.
The chipmaker's shares drop in after-hours trading amid a weak forecast for current-quarter earnings, yet Qualcomm still reports healthy projections for the full year.
The company's new console could only muster 3.5 million unit sales worldwide last fiscal year, cutting Nintendo's profit to be half of what it had expected.
After nine months on the job, CEO Marissa Meyer has made her presence felt. But Wall Street's impatient for results -- and this latest report isn't going to change that.
Jen-Hsun Huang notes that sales are lower than the company expected, and he's still waiting for Outlook.
Nintendo's device made gains in February, NPD reports, but it's hardly catching fire. And the game business as a whole continues its downward trend.