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[Interview] Ludei CEO Eneko Knörr Plans for Asian Partnerships, Says Android Will Win Next Year

Ludei is a game technology company currently based in San Francisco (CA, USA) and Bilbao (Basque Country, Spain). They develop tools for HTML5 that help developers seamlessly convert their games from HTML5 to iOS and Android. Additionally, they produce their own native mobile games which have already been downloaded by over 15 million people in…

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Russians Like Windows Phones This Year, Group of Industry Insiders Reveals

The state of the Russian mobile industry is rather unique within the global mobile industry. Though it is similar in the sense that smartphones are trending upwards, according to a recent report, one apparent deviation is the fact that Windows Phones are actually selling well while iPhone sales have flattened. Last month, a group of…

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Wink App from Copenhagen Allows Instant Photo Sharing with Nearby Friends

When people think about innovative startups, Denmark is probably not the country that comes to mind immediately. However, a quick look at some of the products coming out of Copenhagen might turn some heads. We caught wind of a new app out of Copenhagen called “Wink!” this week, and it looks like they have a…

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China’s Beloved Dating App Momo is Now in English on iOS, Coming to Android Soon

China’s most beloved service for meeting strangers is finally available for international flirts, as this week location-based chatting service Momo has released their newest language installment for international users. Since its founding in 2009, Momo has managed to capture a vital market in China for dating and meeting other people through mobile services.  It is…

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GMIC SV Speaker: Yu Yongfu of UCWeb Setting Sights on US Market

As mobile Internet infrastructure becomes more sophisticated and as adoption of smartphones skyrockets in Asia and in the US, the importance of useful software will become paramount for users. Well-designed mobile browsers will also be chief among their demands. One Chinese developer in particular, UCWeb, recognizes this. In its 8 years of existence, UCWeb has…

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GMIC SV Speaker Niccolo de Masi: Glu Mobile Set to Gain Revenue from iPhone 5 Games This Year

With analysts predicting that the iPhone will sell 33 million units this quarter, popular game-maker Glu Mobile expects to see a boost in sales this year, with two-thirds of its revenue coming from Apple’s iOS mobile platform, says CEO Niccolo de Masi. Predicting that revenue will reach between $94.4 million and $96.4 million in its…

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Kabam Embraces Mobile, Moves Away from Facebook

Traditionally tied with Facebook for most of its existence, maker of popular games Kabam is in the process of moving to mobile with its latest game entitled Arcane Empires, and they are very excited about the prospects of the new platform. This is a significant change considering it was only last year that their efforts…

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Android Games in China May Overtake iOS Games in Q3

Some predict that Android may perform better than iOS in revenue in Q3 this year. Revenue for games on iOS has seen no change in the past eight months, while Android game revenue has multiplied by five or six fold. One reason may be that Android game developers face fewer technological obstacles when developing games now….

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5 Years of iPhones: Apple Continues To Keep It Together While The Competition Let’s It Loose

Five years ago the world was introduced to a new kind of mobile phone.  Steve Jobs and his crew at Apple displayed the mobile device that would reshape our mobile experience.  The iPhone, the device Steve introduced, was not the first smart phone, but it was the first smart phone that was pitched to the…

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Cocos2d – Past and Present

Ricardo Quesada was born in 1973 in Argentina. When he was 12 years old, his parents bought him a computer. That computer was the Commodore 64. As soon as he started it up, much like other children, Ricardo put all his energy into playing games on the computer. But after several months, he bought a…

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