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Target Launches Family-Friendly Digital Video Service

Target Corporation announced the U.S. launch of its new “family-friendly” Target Ticket digital video service, which is currently available on PC, Mac, Android, iOS, Roku and Xbox 360, as well as Samsung televisions and Blu-ray players.

OUYA Gets Ready to Rumble

OUYA, Inc. announced that its new OUYA video game console ($99.99) launches today in the United States, Canada and United Kingdom.

YesVideo Expands Online Affiliate Program

YesVideo announced that it has expanded its online affiliate program to include Target and Eastman Kodak.

Premium TV Brands Feel the Pressure

IHS iSuppli announced that, according to its latest research, premium television brands face a growing challenge from lower-end value labels.

Hasbro Launches 3D Viewer for iPhone and iPod Touch

Hasbro, Inc. announced its new MY3D handheld viewer ($34.99), which attaches to an iPhone (3G, 3GS, 4) or iPod touch (2nd, 3rd, 4th generation).

Microsoft Sells 2.5 Million Xbox 360 Kinect Controllers

Microsoft Corp. announced that it has sold more than 2.5 million Kinect for Xbox 360 sensors worldwide since the game controller launched Nov. 4, 2010.

Some Retailers Ignore Video Game Ratings

The Parents Television Council announced the results of its latest survey, which collected data about the extent to which some U.S. retailers prevent unaccompanied minors from buying ESRB Mature-rated (ages 17+) video games.

Target Expands Electronics and Video Game Department

Target announced it is retooling its consumer electronics and video game department across its stores nationwide. The full chain roll-out began in April 2010 and the majority of Target stores will have the new electronics layout completed by June 2010. According to the statement, as part of the transformation, the video game section is being [...]