Vita sales have continued to improve following a region-specific hardware price drop.
PS Vita sales were not high since its released but when it dropped the price in a certain region, it increased dramatically.
In a year full of sales struggle and slash downs, Playstation Vita is finally making it up – in Japan where it slashed down the price. Last month, the game console maker announced a price drop exclusively in Japan. The results were quick and good. The sales in Japan increased 4 times that its sales before. The sales is still . . . → Read More: Playstation Vita Drops Price and Outsells Nintendo 3DS
As the rumors for the iPhone gets bigger, so as the features that it will come with. Today, some sources reported that the latest iPhone from Apple or iPhone 5 will have a screen that combines the touch to the LCD not requiring a touch-screen layer anymore. As a result, a much thinner iPhone and maybe crispier, clearer display.
As the battle between the smartphone giant, Samsung, and Apple gets intensifying, it seems that the Cupertino, California-based company has something to show. A thin iPhone could be the biggest threat of Samsung’s Galaxy S III.
We have read . . . → Read More: A Much Thinner iPhone Due to Elimination of Touch-Screen Panels
For the Asian countries, your wait is finally over! That’s if you are waiting for the iTunes to become available in your countries.
Wednesday, Apple finally announced that its online media store iTunes is now available in 12 Asian countries including Brunei, Cambodia, Laos, Macau, Malaysia, Philippines, Sri Lanka, Thailand and Vietnam. This will be a big news, yet making it easier for music lovers to find, buy, and download their favorite music as well as videos.
Previously, only New Zealand, Japan, and Australia are the only countries that can access iTunes because of . . . → Read More: iTunes Now Available in 12 Asian Countries
Apple Inc. has run out of first products of the “New iPad” in most region where it will release the latest tablet on Friday, and it is now informing consumers that orders are not going to deliver for approximately 3 weeks.
In Canada and U.S., all placed pre-orders of the New iPad through Apple’s online store will dispatch on March 19, 3 days following the release date. Consumers who orderred quite early in the pre-sale procedure were advised that they are going to receive the latest tablet on March 16 – Friday.
Several buyers, . . . → Read More: Supply of the New iPad Runs out for Friday Delivery
Fujitsu in Japan revealed last month the ISI2T, pronounced as the first cell phone in the world running on Windows Phone 7.5 also known as Mango. The second largest mobile carrier of the country KDDI au did not lose much time; the ISI2T happened to be available today, August 25.
The Mango handset comes with a 3.7-inch LCD with 800×480 resolution, a 13.2MP CMOS camera, a water- and shock-proof body, 32GB internal memory, a microUSB port, IEEE 802.11b/g/n Wi-Fi (no tethering), DLNA support, GSM/CDMA, etc.
Nine languages are available for the UI and the . . . → Read More: Fujitsu Launches IS12T Windows Phone Mango Today
A surprise loss was reported by the Japanese gaming giant Nintendo, hit by weak sales of its new 3DS handheld game player.
A net loss of 25.5bn yen for the April to June quarter, which is equivalent to $324m, £201m, was reported by the company compared with a loss of 25.2bn in the previous year.
Nintendo now expects a net income of 20bn yen, losing 82% from its previous estimate for the year to March 2012.
The cost of the 3DS console was slashed sharply in Japan and the US.
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