Nintendo’s yet-to-be-released handheld game device, the 3DS, was recently stolen from a Chinese production facility. A release date and price for the 3DS are still unknown, but we now know that it will have 96MB of RAM and a 1,300mAh battery. A YouTube video showing off the device was quickly taken down. Read the full article at

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