From the article:
In videogaming, Nintendo was losing its dominance to Sony and Microsoft, which were investing heavily in more powerful consoles and better graphics. As their systems sky-rocketed in price, Nintendo introduced its relatively inexpensive, but profitable, Wii and made it far easier for people of all ages to play videogames. Its motion-detecting technology translates physical actions–like swinging a golf club–into virtual actions.
The company shared the honors with the likes of Netflix, Google, YouTube, and the iPod to name a few.
UPDATE: The article is five months old. Whoops! Â