Global Tech Briefs: Nintendo, BSkyB, Mini-Notes, and Google

Dreyfuss, Joel
July 2008
Red Herring;7/31/2008, p2
Trade Publication
This section offers business-related news briefs. Nintendo has left the game console competition in the dust, noting that it sold 5.2 million units in the first quarter. BSkyB reported that it had gained 92,000 new users in its fourth quarter, bringing its customer base up to just a shade under 9 million. A lawsuit was filed by MediaSet against Google for unauthorized use of video clips.


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