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next-gen handhelds

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E3 2011: Sony debuts PlayStation Vita, its next-gen handheld

A Wi-Fi version of the newly announced successor to the PlayStation Portable will be available over the holidays for $249, and a 3G version with Wi-Fi will run $299.

By June 6, 2011

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RIM unveils its next-gen mobile OS: BBX

Co-CEO Mike Lazaridis made the case for developers to stick with RIM, saying BBX will combine the best of BlackBerry and the PlayBook tablet.

By October 18, 2011

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LG's next-gen Win Mobile phone coming to Asia

Smartphone is one of the slimmest in its category.

By March 14, 2008

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Games market shoots for high score; revenue to exceed $93B

That figure, projected to hit by year's end, is up from the $80B in 2012.

By October 29, 2013

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They're consoles, Jim, but not as we know them

There's always speculation about what the next-gen consoles are going to pull out of the hat — but can the core hardware weather the coming storm?

By July 3, 2012

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What to expect from Nintendo at E3 2012: Wii U, 3DS, and a sense of purpose

Nintendo enters this year's E3 flagging, but with a new gaming console to show off. Can it finally recapture its lost thunder?

By May 31, 2012

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What the PS Vita really needs: Versatility

Sony's next-gen gaming handheld has impressive hardware and promising games. While some say a dedicated gaming device can survive, the Vita will need to be flexible to stay alive.

By February 15, 2012

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Game consoles and the death of backward-compatibility: Why we don't care

The Nintendo Wii's dropping support for the GameCube in a recent redesign. Here's why it really doesn't matter.

By August 17, 2011

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Samsung takes on iPod Touch with Galaxy S Wi-Fi

Samsung wasn't just about smartphones and tablets at Mobile World Congress. Find out more about the company's new portable media players here.

By February 16, 2011

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Rounding up the PSP2 rumors so far

The PSP2 should be announced later this week. What do the tea leaves of the tech world say so far?

By January 25, 2011