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Game for a good time after walk Crowds head to sponsors' booths for treats and prizes

AFTER the morning walk, many Starwalk 2008 participants flocked to booths offering free games and free drinks.


Top picks for holiday gifts

TOKYO: So, it's that time of the year again - the time when you try to find the perfect holiday gift for that loved one or friend, only to give up and buy a gift card instead.


Demand for Wii boosts Nintendo earnings

Japan's Nintendo Co Ltd posted a 34% gain in operating profit for April-September thanks to brisk demand for its Wii game console, but the video game maker cut its annual outlook amid a global economic slowdown and a surge in the yen.


As Asian markets close lower on 'Black Friday' European markets open lower (4th update)

As Asian markets tumbled to close lower on what traders called 'Black Friday' in the wake of the overnight fall in Wall Street, European bourses were opening as much as 10 percent lower.


Summer heat

Two of our regular contributors name some promising anime releases from Japan's summer season.


Shelf Life

Compiled by CHAN LAI HUN


Microsoft cutting Xbox 360 prices

NEW YORK (AP) - Microsoft Corp. is cutting the price of its Xbox 360 gaming console beginning Friday, with the cheapest version selling for $200. That will make it less expensive than the Nintendo Wii, which retails for $250.


Asia stock markets tumbled Monday on worries about slump

Asian stock markets dropped sharply Monday, led by exporters like Canon and LG Electronics, amid worries over slowing global demand and crude prices as Hurricane Gustav bore down on Gulf Coast oil operations.


US company sues Nintendo in Wii wand patent case

TOKYO (AP) - Nintendo's hit Wii console with its wandlike remote controller has been targeted in patent infringement complaints by a U.S. technology company.


Japan shares dive Tuesday after big Wall Street losses

TOKYO (AP) - Japanese shares plunged Tuesday after an overnight dive on Wall Street, as renewed concerns about the U.S. financial sector rattled investor sentiment.