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Nintendo to Sell New Consoles for Emerging Markets
/ May 8, 2014 3:37 pm
Nintendo to Sell New Consoles for Emerging Markets

Bloomberg reports that Nintendo, the Japanese video-game company struggling to win over consumers with its latest generation of consoles, plans to expand in emerging markets with new devices starting next year. Read More

Stewart Butterfield’s Slack Raises $30 Million
/ April 25, 2014 4:50 pm
Stewart Butterfield’s Slack Raises $30 Million

TechCrunch reports that Slack, a collaboration platform launched by Flickr Co-Founder Stewart Butterfield, has raised $30 million in its recent round of funding. Slack carries all your communication collectively at one place. The company has been developing quickly like a rising new star in the enterprise collaboration market. . Read More

AOL Strikes Premium Motion Picture Deal With Miramax
/ April 24, 2014 5:51 pm
AOL Strikes Premium Motion Picture Deal With Miramax

AOL Inc. and Miramax have announced an agreement to bring full-length films to U.S. viewers, culminating in the launch of a new movies experience that will be featured across The AOL On Network. . Read More

Spotify’s Redesign and Move Away from Playlists
/ April 3, 2014 3:38 pm
Spotify’s Redesign and Move Away from Playlists

DigitalMusicNews reports that Spotify has launched a redesign of its desktop, iPhone, and web applications, featuring a sleek black design and modern typography. The changes bring a darker, simpler, more intense look to the streaming music service. . Read More

Spotify Introduces a New SDK for iOS Apps
/ March 7, 2014 6:15 pm
Spotify Introduces a New SDK for iOS Apps

VentureBeat reports that music streaming service, Spotify, has launched a new software-development kit (SDK) for app developers to tap when assimilating Spotify into their iOS apps. The new SDK allows app developers to look up metadata, search Spotify, play audio, and pull playlists. . Read More

AOL Sells Majority Stake in Patch to Hale Global
/ January 16, 2014 12:44 pm
AOL Sells Majority Stake in Patch to Hale Global

Following more than four years of unrealized expectations, AOL will sell a majority stake in hyperlocal news network Patch to turnaround specialist Hale Global. Financial terms of the deal, expected to close early in the first quarter, were not disclosed. Patch will become a new limited liability company, with AOL keeping a minority stake. The companies said they plan to re-launch Patch as "an efficient platform that allows citizens and businesses to create and share locally-themed news and content.". Read More

Revenue from Digital Gaming to Surpass $60 Billion by 2017
/ January 15, 2014 4:49 pm
Revenue from Digital Gaming to Surpass $60 Billion by 2017

GamesIndustryBiz reports that the mobile and online gaming industry is expected to surpass the milestone of $60 billion in revenue by 2017. The overall gaming industry is likely to push above $100 billion, with 60% coming from the mobile and online gaming. Much of the growth is expected to be driven from the Asian markets. . Read More

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