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GameStop Growing Its Business Through Tech Not Gaming

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CNET is reporting that Gamestop will be opening another 300-400 stores over the next year. But these stores will be selling Apple products and other mobile devices. We all know GameStop as one of the biggest gaming retailers out there, they’re not hard to find. Well, the company is aiming for a broader growth footprint branching out from gaming products to technology products. GameStop’s “Technology Brands” division already operates 200 of these types of stores in the United States and they generate around $63 million dollars in annual revenue. And let’s face it, technology products, especially mobile, wearable and portable products, are just growing in popularity and demand so it seems a natural way to go.

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Review: Stinkyboard by Stelulu – PC Gaming With Your Feet

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Are you ready to get Stinky?  I wasn’t sure what I was getting myself into when I agreed to review the Stinky gaming footboard by Stelulu.  I must’ve missed their successful Kickstarter campaign last year, so I had to do a bit of research while I was waiting for my review unit to arrive.  The Stinky is a USB foot controller for PC – console models may be available in the future.  It currently allows any keystroke from the keyboard to be bound to one of four Cherry MX switches on the footboard.  I play a lot of PC games, and have feet, so I waited patiently for my Stinky to arrive.

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Xbox One World Tour To Begin October 1st

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Microsoft’s Xbox team is hitting the road with the Xbox One giving user the opportunity to experience their new gaming system. Starting October 1st through the end of 2013 the Xbox team will have gone through 75 different cities worldwide, they’ve dubbed their world tour “The Area One” tour .

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