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Google Glass' coming-out party last month solidified the growing popularity of wearable tech fashion.
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Google may be branching out into making games, after hiring a games industry veteran. Noah Falstein, designer of a number of games over his 23-year career, has been picked up by the search giant and given the title "Chief Game Designer," suggesting that the company could be producing its own games, introducing gaming concepts to its products, or even building its own gaming platform on Android.
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Facebook today shared a recap and several videos from its event at the Game Developers Conference last month.
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MallWeGo is launching at the Disrupt NY 2013 Startup Alley today with a social, gaming shopping experience for web and mobile.
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Ever since the Blackberry Playbook tablet came out with the QNX-based operating system (OS), Blackberry had a software platform that was genuinely gaming capable.
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The hits just keep on coming for beleaguered Electronic Arts this month. After the meltdown of their SimCity launch, the company is now dealing with the resignation of their CEO and the announcement of a new security exploit that could harm users of EA's Origin distribution platform.
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Kixeye is looking for a few good Systems Engineers to help us scale our social gaming platform to even larger sizes.
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Zynga's vice president of business development, Jonathan Flesher, has left the company to join Betable, a gaming platform startup that provides back-end tools for game developers to implement real-money gambling online.
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China Telecom, China’s third-largest wireless carrier, has revealed that its Ai Youxi gaming platform reached over 30 million monthly active users and 100 million registered users by the end of.
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Turning Android into a gaming platform is getting popular, with OUYA‘s Kickstarter success, then NVIDIA’s Project SHIELD announced yesterday, and now the Sunflex unu hoping to earn a place in your living room.
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