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Game Prices Have Come Down With Time

"It's hard to believe that games cost $60 per title these days. We worry about the strain our hobby puts on our budget, and we fret about too many desirable games released too close to each other. We wish for the good old days, when gaming was a less expensive hobby and our dollar carried more weight. Sadly, although many complain about the high price of games, the past really wasn't any better. In fact, it was worse. Gaming has never been less expensive, and 2010 is a great time to be buying games. Let's take a look at how this is the best time to be a gamer since...

Chipmakers fined by EU for price-fixing

Nine chip makers have been fined 331m euros (£283.1m, $404.2m) by European Union regulators for illegally fixing prices.

The companies involved are Samsung, Hynix, Infineon, NEC, Hitachi, Mitsubishi, Toshiba, Elpida and Nanya.

A 10th chip maker, Micron, was also part of the price-fixing cartel but escaped a fine in return for alerting the competition authorities.

The chips - DRAMS - are used in popular items such as personal computers.

 
 
 

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