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b>HONG KONG/b>: Hong Kong's Chinese University has this week announced the development of a robot hand that will allow Internet users the 'sense of touch.'
b>TOKYO/b>: Japanese electronics giant Toshiba plans to market the world's first 3D television that does not need special glasses later this year, a report said.
b>TOKYO/b>: Sony will delay the global release of the latest version of its popular i>Gran Turismo/icar-racing game, which was due early next month, to later this year.
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>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>LOS ANGELES/b>: The Walt Disney Co's newly restructured mobile game division briefly knocked the popular i>Angry Birds/ioff its perch atop iTunes' free app store over the holidays in a sign that its purchase of gamemaker Tapulous Inc is paying dividends.
Sony has unveiled two new ways for players to enjoy games on the move - the NGP (Next Generation Portable) and the PlayStation Suite.
b>SEOUL/b>: Asian smartphone makers have a chance to exploit a rare letdown from pacesetter Apple Inc after the new iPhone 4S failed to wow fans and investors, leaving Android rivals better placed to grab market share.
b>SYDNEY/b>: A court slapped a temporary ban on the sale of Samsung Electronics' latest computer tablet in Australia on Thursday, handing rival Apple another legal victory in the two firms' global patent war.
Nokia has unveiled two sleek new Microsoft Windows phones yesterday, in time for Christmas, a first step in the ailing cellphone maker's fight back against Apple and Google.