Nintendo has acquired Mobiclip, a French company specialising in video compression technology.
Gamasutra reports that the deal was actually completed last October, but has only just been announced. It gives Nintendo access to Mobiclip's technology, which handles playback of high-quality video with low battery consumption and which it has previously used in the Game Boy Advance and DS handhelds.
Other clients include Sony and The Carphone Warehouse, both of whom have used the technology to play high-quality, full-length movies on smartphones from MicroSD cards.
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