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NGP launch titles appear

News of the games releasing alongside Sony's 'NGP', or 'Next Generation Portable', appears to have surfaced on the Internet. As reported by Jolt, the Sony console appears to have had the names of several launch... More...

Delphi Unveils Handheld XM Radio

XM Satellite Radio and radio manufacturer Delphi yesterday introduced the Delphi XM MyFi, a portable, handheld satellite radio receiver the companies hope will lure more consumers to a medium currently limited to car and home... More...

Reggie On Nintendo's Handheld Approach

On August 10th, NOA Executive Vice President of Sales and Marketing Reggie Fils-Aime reconfirmed Nintendo's commitment to the Nintendo DS and elaborated on the philosophy behind the product in a private presentation. ... More...

Sony Exits U.S. Handheld Market

Today Sony announced that it will no longer develop and sell Clie handheld models to the United States market, at least for the foreseeable future. However, it also stated that it remains strongly committed to... More...

New Handheld System Plays NES Games

Gametech, the makers of NeoFami and AdoFami, will release a standalone console that lets players use their original Famicom (Japanese NES) cartridges to play games. In line with the retro-Famicom fervor that's hitting... More...

Nintendo patents handheld emulation software

Nintendo has successfully patented the emulation in software of handheld gaming devices, and the company has already begun challenging emulator developers to cough up royalties. Nintendo's patent, number 6,672,963, was filed in November 2000 but... More...

Microsoft preps new handheld OS

Thanks xStainDx Microsoft later this month will unveil the next version of its handheld operating system, as hardware partners new and old line up with devices using the OS. The Redmond, Wash.-based software... More...

Nokia enters handheld console market

Mobile phone maker Nokia entered a new market on Monday as it unveiled seven new devices, including one that doubles as a game console and takes aim at Nintendo's teenage hit product Gameboy Advance. ... More...

Good, Microsoft form handheld alliance

Handheld-software maker Good Technology is forming an alliance with Microsoft as it tries to increase the number of devices on which its applications can run. The Sunnyvale, Calif.-based start-up will work with... More...

IBM, Palm ink handheld software deal

Businesses using IBM's e-commerce software will be able to use Palm handhelds to access stored information, under the terms of a partnership expected to be announced Tuesday. IBM said it will offer... More...

Handheld computers take focus from PCs

Thanks Darren Bolton again, for this news ;) As PCs sales flounder, tech companies are investing in products geared to the fast-growing handheld market. Sales of handheld computers, such as personal digital assistants... More...

Sharp handheld runs Linux

Seeking to prove it isn't the dinosaur of the handheld market, Sharp Electronics on Monday relaunched the Zaurus in the United States. The company, a pioneer of personal organizers with its Wizard... More...

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