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Nintendo's primary cartridge supplier, Macronix, has revealed that their slumping share price will pick up again in the months leading up to the launch of the Nintendo NX. The NX is expected in March.
Coleco has announced that it is re-entering the home console market in 2016 with yet another cartridge-based machine, described as a "versatile...new, modern-day video-game system."
If you want to own a piece of video game history, this could be your chance because a prototype version of Legend of Zelda for the Nintendo Entertainment System is up for sale on eBay for $150,000.
Heweltt Packard announced on Wednesday that it's making strides in its efforts to be more environmentally friendly through the development of an engineering process that allows the company to use post-consumer recycled plastics when manufacturing...
Major printer company Lexmark has lost a case in a US court in which it tried to deploy the Digital Millenium Copyright Act (DMCA) to prevent other companies making cartridges that work with its printers....
Printer manufacturer Lexmark International Inc. scored the first point in a lawsuit against Static Control Components Inc. (SCC) Wednesday, when it won a temporary court order requiring SCC to stop making and selling a microchip...