Saturday, October 11, 2008

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Wii rules now and analysts predict will in four years, but not without potential weakness - 3rd party games.

Yankee Group projects that in 2012, cumulative sales of the Wii will total 83.6 million units with Sony's PS3 in the No. 2 spot at 61.1 million units and Microsoft's Xbox 360 having sold 45.3 million units.

More at E-Commence News

Elpida Memory has recently come out with a shrunken 65nm process for the production of DRAM, putting development of 50nm on hold.

Micron will reduce its worldwide workforce by 15% or 2,850 employees - most in Idaho. Micron is bleeding losses.

More at theinquirer

In time for the holiday season, Sony's PS3 base model in the Japanese market will be the 80 GB Playstation, which will include one wireless Dualshock 3 controller by default.

Interesting - thought provoking list of tech companies and their market caps and decline in value from 12 month high at TG Daily and Predator - Prey list at Computer World.

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