It's finally here -- the Nintendo Switch now has a YouTube app.
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A Wall Street Journal report claims that Nintendo will release an update Switch video game console next year.
Nintendo announced today that it will it will launch its Nintendo Switch Online service next week, on September 18.
Nintendo revealed today that it has now sold almost 20 million Switch consoles, along with 87 million games.
As part of a stellar quarterly earnings report today, Nintendo announced that it has sold 15.1 million Switch consoles in its first year in the market.
Nintendo's hybrid approach to video gaming proves that this firm still has a unique and innovative role to play in this market.
The NPD Group has published some interesting data about the performance of the video game industry in 2017.
Nintendo's next big hit is not a VR headset, or 4K games. It's a cardboard that costs $69.99 and looks WAY more fun than VR and 4K combined.
Nintendo announced today that it has sold 10 million Switch consoles in just 9 months. Yep. It's time for some math.
Microsoft has released Minecraft on a popular Nintendo mobile gaming device. No, not the Switch. The 3DS.
Nintendo announced a "promising start" for its new Switch video game console: The firm sold 2.74 million units in March and expects to sell another 10 million consoles in its first year in the market.
The eagerly-awaited launch of Super Mario Run for Android just got a bit clearer: It will arrive in March, Nintendo says.
Nintendo announced today that its next-generation Switch game console will ship on March 3 and will cost $300.
Nintendo's smash mobile game, Super Mario Run, is coming to Android. And now users can pre-register for the initial release.
Today, Nintendo unveiled its next generation video game console, which will double as a mobile gaming system as well. It's called Nintendo Switch, and it looks awesome.
Next month, Nintendo will ship a miniature retro console called the NES Classic Edition, a release that will take generations of gamers down memory lane. Perhaps not surprisingly, this throwback device has also triggered some memories of my own from the late 1980s.
It's been a busy couple of days at DEVintersection in Las Vegas. But I think I can post on a more normal schedule today. Here's what else is happening.