Wednesday, November 01, 2006
The Daily Vanguard - Portland State University - The seventh generation
The Daily Vanguard - Portland State University - The seventh generation: "The Wii is set to launch on Nov. 19 in the U.S. It’s the first Nintendo system that will be available to American gamers before the rest of the world, and will carry a decent line of games (27 are confirmed so far) available at the time of launch. It’s also been considered a do-or-die system for Nintendo, as the GameCube still falls third in worldwide sales to its sixth-gen counterparts. If the Wii is as underwhelming as that, Nintendo is likely to follow Sega’s example and become a software-only publisher."
Tuesday, October 31, 2006
Jackson's 'Halo' halted. 01/11/2006. ABC News Online
Jackson's 'Halo' halted. 01/11/2006. ABC News Online: "'While it will undoubtedly take a little longer for Halo to reach the big screen, we are confident that the final feature film will be well worth the wait,' the company said."
Friday, October 06, 2006
Thursday, September 28, 2006
Why the PlayStation 3 Will Bankrupt Sony - SeekingAlpha
Why the PlayStation 3 Will Bankrupt Sony - SeekingAlpha: "That fact alone has analysts betting that Sony will introduce price cuts quickly. But price cuts, in combination with the losses Sony takes on each machine it sells, are a double-edged sword."
Wednesday, August 16, 2006
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Friday, December 02, 2005
FT.com / World / Asia-Pacific - Howard: Singapore hanging will hit relations
FT.com / World / Asia-Pacific - Howard: Singapore hanging will hit relations: " Singapore justifies its tough stance by saying it wants to maintain its reputation as a 'clean' regional transport hub, particularly as it is near south-east Asia's 'golden triangle', a main source of drugs."
Wednesday, November 23, 2005
Chinese city digs wells as pollution taints water - The Boston Globe
Chinese city digs wells as pollution taints water - The Boston Globe: "''This is the tip of the iceberg,' said Elizabeth C. Economy, director of Asia Studies at the Council on Foreign Relations in New York and author of the 2004 book ''The River Runs Black: The Environmental Challenge to China's Future.'"