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PCs being pushed aside in Japan by array of gadgets with similar power

TOKYO (AP): Masaya Igarashi wants US$200 headphones for his new iPod Touch, and he's torn between Nintendo Co.'s Wii and Sony's PlayStation 3 game consoles. When he has saved up again, he plans to splurge on a digital camera or flat-screen TV.

A rockin’ good holiday

If you are a Top of the Pops sort of person, you'll want to check out the Hard Rock Hotel Pattaya.

IOI makes Forbes Fabulous 50 again

IOI Corp Bhd made it to the third annual I>Forbes Asia/IFabulous 50 List for the second year in a row, again becoming the sole Malaysian company to get on the list thus far.

Tiah turns blogging into business venture

MOST bloggers will tell you that blogging for them is purely a hobby. However, it is a different story for Timothy Tiah Ewe Tiam. He has turned his passion for blogging into a paying proposition.

A little story, a little history

A journalist comes up with a zippy little picture book about a rickshaw puller in late 19th century Penang

Nintendo first quarter profit up fivefold on Wii and DS sales

Nintendo Co, the world's biggest maker of handheld game players, said its first-quarter profit rose fivefold as the Wii console widened its sales lead over Sony Corp's PlayStation 3.

Nintendo briefly makes Top 10 list

Nintendo Co Ltd briefly zipped past Sony Corp in market capitalisation yesterday to become one of Japan's 10 most valuable companies as it elbows the I>PlayStation /I>maker out of its decade-long dominance of the game industry.

If it's not tennis elbow, it may be 'Wiiitis'

BOSTON (Reuters) - When Dr. Julio Bonis awoke one Sunday morning with a sore shoulder, he could not figure out what he had done. It felt like a sports injury, but he had been a bit of a couch potato lately.

Loved in land of Uncle Sam

In the United States,otaku gather atconventions tocelebrate their lovefor anime andmanga.

Sony Q4 loss widens

Sony Corp reported a wider quarterly loss yesterday due to losses in its game unit, but it forecast a sharp rise in profit this year as it boosts sales of its PlayStation 3 video game machine and LCD TVs.