GoNintendo has a scan of a Sunday article from USA Today. The article writes a trend set by Nintendo's Wii but could not have been made possible traditional video game consoles like the PlayStation. The trend is "nana-technology": technology that everyone including your grandma can use. Nintendo's Wii is getting seniors and retirees like 78-year-old Ted Campbell -- who has never been (and is still not) interested in traditional video game consoles -- into gaming for the first time.
Read the USA Today article in the scan at GoNintendo.