Morning Tech Report - Issue #7

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Morning Tech Report

November 12 · Issue #7 · View online

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Wii Hardly Knew U
Ending an Era
Ending an Era
Wii U Production Officially Ends
Nintendo confirmed this week the end of the Wii U production, it’s failed successor to the wildly popular Wii. Nintendo Life’s Thomas Whitehead provides an excellent post-mortem on the underappreciated console. I’m personally a big fan of this unit, in particular, the high-quality games Nintendo published for the Wii U. Mario Kart 8, Super Smash Bros. for Wii U, and Super Mario 3D World rank as some of the best games from the last few years.
Editorial: The Wii U Has Been Nintendo's Lowest Selling Home Console; It Deserved Better - Nintendo Life
Gotta Catch 'em All
Pokemon Go publisher Niantic is still bullish on last summer’s mega hit.
Pokemon Go isn't a flash in the pan, says its creators - CNET
Drawing a Line in the Sand
Google decides to stand its ground in the latest EU anti-competitive charge.
Google says the EU is wrong: Android is not anti-competitive - Recode
Evil Empire Update
AT&T plans to throttle streaming video quality by default for wireless users.
AT&T to limit video quality by default—even on unlimited data plans | Ars Technica
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