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Nintendo reveals the 3DS for 3D gaming

Nintendo have launched their latest version of the popular DS, the 3DS.

Microsoft ‘Kinect’ for Xbox 360 announced

Microsoft reveals 'Kinect' it's new controller, the motion sensing Kinect

Sony 3D TV and Blu-ray range launches tomorrow

Sony reveals its 3D TV range, including TVs, Blu Ray players and digital cameras, will be available to buy from tomorrow.

SeeSaw launches online TV rental service

SeeSaw launches online TV rental service, including popular shows such as Lost and South Park.

Panasonic announces Blu-ray players

Panasonic showcased their range of Blu Ray players and recorders for 2010 at their convention in Munich, including their first 3D player, portable models, and new Blu Ray recorders. 

Sony PSP Go handheld game console launched

Sony has launched the PSP Go, the latest version of its handheld gaming device, in a bid to take on Apple's iPhone, Nintendo DSi, and Apple iPod Touch.

Nintendo announces Wii Fit Plus

Nintendo launches its latest interactive fitness gadget Wii Fit Plus

Samsung reveals ‘first 12-megapixel camera phone’

Samsung has annouced the world's first 12 megapixel camera phone, the Pixon12

Microsoft debuts Xbox 360 motion-sensing device

Microsoft has announced its new motion-sensing controller for the Xbox 360 games console at the E3 2009 conference.

TomTom launches XL Live

TomTom has revealed its new sat nav, the TomTom XL Live, with access to live services such as traffic updates and petrol prices.

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