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b>NEW YORK:/bCaryn Bailey, a 32-year-old blogger and mother of two, is impressed with Microsoft's new Kinect game-control system. But she already owns the Wii from rival Nintendo, and she's not ready to shell out hundreds of dollars to switch.
b>OAKLAND/b(California): A battle between two of the world's biggest makers of business software hinges on the value of a trove of millions of stolen customer-support documents.
Consumers say they are being blown away by in-store 3D TV demos, more so than when they go to the cinema to view a film in 3D.
b>LOS ANGELES:/bFans of band-simulation games such as i>Guitar Hero /i>and i>Rock Band/ihave few excuses not to seek out legitimate sheet music these days if they hope to graduate to playing real guitars.
b>TOKYO:/bNintendo's president said efforts to boost Wii sales ahead of Christmas will focus on limited deals in co-operation with retailers and special packages that add game software or other products to give buyers a feeling of a discount - not an outright price cut.
b>SAN FRANCISCO:/bYouTube chief executive Chad Hurley is surrendering the reins of the popular video website that he started with two buddies as a quirky curiosity and went on to groom into a media magnet that shows more than two billion clips a day.
b>NEW YORK/b>: The first MacBook Air laptop hit the catwalk in 2008 as an elegant but somewhat impractical statement about how far Apple would go to make the thinnest laptop ever. It wasn't very powerful, had a short battery life and started with a nosebleed price tag of US$1,800 (RM6,000 today).
b>SAN FRANCISCO/b>: Yahoo! Inc is turning to a former Internet sharpshooter at News Corp's media empire to fill a big hole on its management team.
b>NEW YORK/b>: Bookseller Barnes Noble Inc is introducing a new Nook e-reader with a colour touchscreen for US$249 (RM800), as competition in the fast-growing industry heats up ahead of the year-end holidays.
b>TOKYO/b>: Sony plans to introduce its web-surfing Google TV in Europe and Asia but customers may have to wait more than a year, and even longer if they're in China, a senior executive said.