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Nintendo Forces Takedown of Super Mario 64 HD Browser Project

N64 game's first level had been made playable in your browser.

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Sony sues Kevin Butler actor and Bridgestone after Kevin Butler actor appears in Nintendo-related Bridgestone ad

But is there a case here? It was perhaps inevitable. Sony is now officially suing both Bridgestone Tires and the company owned by Kevin Butler actor Jerry Lawler over Lawler's appearance in a Bridgestone ad which promoted a Nintendo tie-in deal.

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Sony sues Kevin Butler actor and Bridgestone after Kevin Butler actor appears in Nintendo-related Bridgestone ad

But is there a case here? It was perhaps inevitable. Sony is now officially suing both Bridgestone Tires and the company owned by Kevin Butler actor Jerry Lawler over Lawler's appearance in a Bridgestone ad which promoted a Nintendo tie-in deal.

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ITC launches patent investigation against Amazon, Samsung and others

IDG News Service – The U.S. International Trade Commission said Tuesday it had launched an investigation into wireless consumer electronics devices and components from 13 top technology companies and their subsidiaries, including Samsung, Acer, and Nintendo, for alleged infringement of a patent.

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Nintendo patent app reveals DS tracking system

A new Nintendo patent application uncovered from the USPTO reveals that the company plans to further extend the use of its gaming consoles in tour guiding. Nintendo had previously outfitted the Louvre so that its 3DS could guide tourists through the museum and now this new patent application shows plans to use the DS with Read The Full Story

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Nintendo patent turns Wii remote into touchpad

Old controllers could be getting an upgrade for Nintendo’s new console

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Nintendo lumbered with lawsuit in 3DS patent row

Going glasses-free is costly Nintendo has been struck with a lawsuit by an intellectual property owner which claims to hold the rights to viewing glasses-free stereoscopic images.? (6 hours ago)

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