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Submitted by mpctips 617d ago | article

Smartphones crushing point-and-shoot camera market

MySinchew.com: The soaring popularity of smartphones is crushing demand for point-and-shoot cameras, threatening the once-vibrant sector as firms scramble to hit back with web-friendly features and boost quality, analysts say. (Camera, Industry, Phones, Photo, Smartphone)

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newsguy  +   617d ago
Figures
caseh  +   616d ago
'Those features have also dug into videogame makers such as Nintendo, which has just released its new Wii U game console, as smartphone owners increasingly download free online games or store music on the devices instead of using standalone MP3 players.'

That argument has no credability, people tend to own both a phone, console and a PC. I'm not aware of anyone who has an iPad/iPhone/Android device selling their PS3/Xbox/Wii in favour of Angry Turds or other gimmicky physics based games.
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