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PokemonGo-Japan-072016.jpg Shares of Nintendo Co. fell almost 13 percent in Wednesday's trading session in Tokyo following media reports that the much-awaited launch of the hugely-popular Pokemon Go mobile game in Japan was cancelled after an email leak.

Nintendo-PokemonGo-071916.jpg Nintendo is really feeling the magical spell of its newly launched mobile phone game Pokemon GO as its shares surged around 14 percent on Tuesday, while market capitalization doubled to 4.5 trillion yen or $42.5 billion, surpassing its rival Sony's market cap of around $38 billion.

nintendo-NES-071416.jpg Nintendo is bringing back nostalgic memories to all gamers from 80s by launching Nintendo Entertainment System: NES Classic Edition on November 11. The console which is priced at $59.99 comes pre-installed with 30 classic Nintendo games including, Super Mario Bros., The Legend of Zelda, Metroid, and...

Nintendo-PokemonGo-071116.jpg Shares of Japanese gaming giant Nintendo Co. Ltd. surged more than 24 percent in Tokyo trading on Monday following the success of its newly-released augmented reality mobile game "Pokemon Go." The smartphone game, launched last week, has already topped app download charts in the U.S., Australia and New Zealand. It is expected to give a boost to Nintendo's mobile gaming business.

Brofroce4thJuly-070816.jpg Broforce, a side-scrolling run-and-gun action platform video game, is getting an update to celebrate the 4th of July. The latest update to Broforce has three new bros, including the legendary Bro Lee, the dominating Tank Bro, and the classic Dirty Brorry, as well as an updated version of Snake Broskin.

Pokemon-Go-070616.jpg Augmented reality mobile game Pokemon Go is now available in iOS and Android devices in select countries.

Apple-Spotify-070116.jpg Swedish music streaming app Spotify says that Apple has rejected an update of its iOS app.

PlaystationPlus-062916.jpg One third of its PlayStation Plus users pay for games, Sony revealed on Wednesday.

NintendoNX-062916.jpg Nintendo hasn't shown off its upcoming Next Generation console at E3, the major gameshow, on fears of others copying it, reports said quoting video game developer Shigeru Miyamoto. At an investors meeting in Japan, the gaming console maker however revealed that it continues to look into the possibility of developing a virtual reality headset, but affordable and comfortable one.

HP-Android-Chromebook-062816.jpg HP launched a new slim Chromebook 11 G5 with a touchscreen. It will hit the market in October.

SKorea-FTC-Apple-062816.jpg South Korea's Fair Trade Commission or FTC is investigating Apple over some matters related to the tech giant in that country, Reuters reported, citing the head of the anti-competition body. FTC Chairman Jeong Jae-chan talked about the investigation during a parliamentary hearing on Tuesday, but has not disclosed further details.

Microsoft-Surface3-062716.jpg Just over a year in market and it is getting out from the stores - That's going to be the fate for Microsoft's affordable Windows tablet, the Surface 3. The firm reportedly has confirmed its plans to end the production of the Surface 3 by the end of December 2016, citing the limited inventory for the device.

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