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  1. Nintendo Switch tops huge February for hardware sales Super Mario gets his 35th anniversary Switch. Image Credit: Nintendo In the United States, Sony and Microsoft are selling every new-generation console that they produce. Those sales combined with Nintendo Switch’s historic momentum pushed February hardware sales to their highest point in a decade, according to industry-tracking firm The NPD Group. “Monthly sales of video game hardware increased 121% when compared to February 2020, to $406 million,” NPD analyst Mat Piscatella said. “This is the highest to
  2. Grand Theft Auto 5 sales cross 140 million copies sold, per Take-Two Q3 2021 financial results Grand Theft in your Auto? It's even more likely than you think. What you need to know Take-Two Interactive shared its Q3 2021 financial results. Grand Theft Auto 5 has now sold over 140 million copies. Red Dead Redemption 2 has sold over 36 million copies. Take-Two Interactive reported its Q3 2021 financial results today, with net revenue at $860.9 million, down from $930.1 million in Q3 2020, year-over-year. Highlighting its titles is the
  3. Nintendo Switch sales surge past those of the 3DS Nintendo has sold about four million more Switch consoles than those of its 3DS Sales of Nintendo's Switch gaming consoles have surpassed those of their predecessor - the 3DS - despite being available for a much shorter period. The firm said 79.87 million units had been sold since its March 2017 launch. The figures accompanied the Japanese firm's financial results, which saw it declare a record 377bn yen ($3.6bn) profit for the April-December period
  4. Police called as Tokyo PS5 sale descends into chaos Staff pushed and cash registers knocked over: "I've never seen that kind of insanity in japan" Police were called to a popular Tokyo department store on Saturday after the intended sale of new PlayStation 5 consoles descended into chaos. Yodobashi Camera in Tokyo’s Akihabara shopping district had promised to sell several hundred PlayStation 5 consoles via a first-come, first-served policy. However, according to personal accounts on social media, the whole process was cancelled after hundreds of consum
  5. Logitech sales grew 85 percent in the most recent quarter Logitech is well positioned for a strong 2021 Why it matters: You can add Logitech to the growing list of tech companies that not only survived the pandemic, but thrived during it. The Swiss-American peripheral maker in its latest earnings report said sales for the third quarter of fiscal year 2021 reached $1.67 billion, an increase of 85 percent compared to the same period a year prior. Operating income grew an impressive 248 percent to $448 million, far surpassing the $129 million generated in
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  7. Apple and Samsung are not outliers with respect to declining smartphone sales. Global mobile device shipments were down 4.9% year over year in the fourth quarter of 2018, according to a new report from IDC. The slide in sales is now a bona fide trend with five consecutive quarters of declines on record, and the outlook for 2019 doesn’t look any better. “The challenging holiday quarter closes out the worst year ever for smartphone shipments,” the research firm wrote. During the full year of 2018, global smartphone shipments declined 4.1% to 1.4 billion units total.
  8. Redmond no longer expects to meet quarter guidance for personal computing unit In response to the effect of the coronavirus outbreak on Chinese suppliers, Microsoft has cut its sales forecast for Surface tablets and Windows OEM licences. In a statement to investors last night, the global software powerhouse said although it had accounted for the impact of the virus on its operations in January's second-quarter guidance, it now expects the supply chain to return to normal more slowly than predicted. "As a result, for the third quarter of fiscal year 2020, we do not expe
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