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Articles tagged with: reporting

Nintendo: 73% Of Gamers Use Our Stuff

An internal study done by Nintendo claims that 73% of US gamers prefer to use Nintendo products over other gaming consoles. Before you go, “Hey, wait a second…”, the large percentage includes 43% of players who play exclusively on its products and another 30% who play on Nintendo as well as other consoles.

If these statistics are supposed to make me by a console, better luck next time, Nintendo. Another thing I would like to see back up those percentages would be a sample group, who exactly was surveyed, etc. If the sample group was only 100 people, then the results should be taken with a grain of salt.

Apple iCloud: $25 Per Year After Free Trial

According to 9to5Mac, The LA Times has reported that the iCloud will be a low-priced add on to iTunes and will cost users only $25 a year.

Before charging the fixed fee, however, the service will be offered for free to people who buy songs through Apple’s iTunes digital download store. Users will be able to upload their music to Apple’s computers and later play the tunes from a web browser or any Apple device. Apple would also sell advertising around its iCloud service.

CNN Launches Full Featured Application For Android

CNN announced yesterday that it will be releasing a highly engaging new app for Android users. The application is of course free and is available through the Android market. Users will be able to create their own stories and share them from their phones, such as iReport.

VP of Mobile Technology at CNN, Louis Gump, said “Android users are extremely discerning and will accept nothing less than a first-rate app that showcases high quality, world-class content — and enables them to share it…

The Daily – The Digital News App or Is It A Publication ?

Last year News Corp said it was developing the first ever daily newspaper in digital format, and on February 2, 2011 at a New York event, Rupert Murdoch – CEO of News Corporation, unveiled the much anticipated “The Daily”, first-of-its-kind digital daily news publication built exclusively as an iPad application for its users.

A typical issue of has up to 100 pages and its content is divided into six main categories i.e. news, opinion, sports, arts and life, gossip and celebrity, apps and games gathered from sources across the world.

The Daily is not limited to once a day issue like a typical news paper, the editors keep updating the content throughout the day and interact with readers on its blog.