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11 August 2017, 02:53 | Justin Tyler
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The Nintendo Switch is off to a fantastic start for Nintendo, with sales on track to eclipse the Wii U within the first year.
In 2015, Gamevice released a device of the same name-a game controller created to work with both Apple and Samsung devices which includes a collection of traditional gaming controls, allowing gamers to play on their smartphones and tablet devices. As reported by Engadget, Gamevice claims the Switch uses the patents it owns for the Wikipad device, along with the controllers it sells, without its permission.
The Nintendo Switch might be the year's must-buy console, but that doesn't mean it's all plain sailing for the Japanese gaming giant - as a new lawsuit aimed at the multinational proves.
The Gamevice Wikipad, an accessory to turn a tablet into handheld gaming device.
Gamevice's Wikipad comes with dual analog sticks, an analog D-pad and four action buttons.
KitGuru Says: This was unfortunately bound to happen at some point.
With Gamevice's lawsuit against Nintendo, it could possibly become a threat to the Switch's success moving forward. Razer did it, Mad Catz did it, not to mention a number of smartphone peripheral makers.
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The show's official Twitter account announced on Thursday that it will return for a new series of episodes. Netflix has another keeper from Jenji Kohan on its hands.
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In an unusually quiet day of currency trading, it was the smaller emerging market currencies that stole numerous headlines. Spot gold added 0.2 per cent to US$1,262.35 an ounce, pulling away from the previous session's two-week lows.
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The revenue from the offshore segment however declined to Rs275.91 crore from Rs417.10 crore in the year-ago quarter. However, net interest income decreased by 3.51 per cent to Rs 17,606 crore from Rs 18,246 crore year earlier.
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The market's main backstop in times of strain, gold , hit a two-month high of $1,282 an ounce amid the nervousness. Stocks are opening slightly lower on Wall Street after several companies reported disappointing results.