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Online Gaming Firm OnLive Woes Hit HTC

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HTC, best known for making smartphones, has revealed that it's going to have to book a $40 million loss in direct result to the failings of U.S. firm OnLive. OnLive, a U.S. based online streaming gaming service, was on the verge of going bankrupt but was bought by a new...
Online Gaming Firm OnLive Woes Hit HTC

Are GREE's U.S. Efforts Starting to Pay Off With $29M In First-Half Studio Revenue?

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The Japanese mobile gaming companies came. They saw. And they still have yet to conquer Western consumer markets, but at least they’re showing some financial progress. Japan’s GREE today said that its U.S. studios have now seen about $29 million in revenue in the first-half. No word on profits though,...
Are GREE's U.S. Efforts Starting to Pay Off With $29M In First-Half Studio Revenue?

Japan's DeNA Appears Unfazed By Gaming Mechanics Ban As Profit Is Up 20%

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At least for the time being, Japan’s multibillion dollar gaming giant DeNA appears to be unaffected by the government’s recent inquiry into ‘gacha’ gaming mechanics. Profits were up 20 percent year-over-year to 10 billion yen ($127.3 million), and rose 6 percent quarter-over-quarter. Overall revenue was up 37 percent to...
Japan's DeNA Appears Unfazed By Gaming Mechanics Ban As Profit Is Up 20%
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This week's headlines from across Inside Network

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A roundup of all the news Inside Network brought you between July 30 and August 4. Inside Mobile Apps Tracking the convergence of mobile apps, social platforms and virtual goods. Monday, July 30 Classic competitive multiplayer returns in Spy vs Spy Ouya to stream games with OnLive London 2012, NBC...
This week's headlines from across Inside Network

This week's headlines from across Inside Network

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A roundup of all the news Inside Network brought you between July 30 and August 4. Inside Mobile Apps Tracking the convergence of mobile apps, social platforms and virtual goods. Monday, July 30 Classic competitive multiplayer returns in Spy vs Spy Ouya to stream games with OnLive London 2012, NBC...
This week's headlines from across Inside Network

Mango Health: A Mobile App For Rewarding People Who Stay On Track With Prescription Drugs

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Adherence to prescription drugs and supplements is a problem that not only puts the long-term health of millions of patients at risk. It’s a problem that may add an extra $100 to 300 billion in health care costs in the U.S. alone. Enter Mango Health, a startup that’s adapting some...
Mango Health: A Mobile App For Rewarding People Who Stay On Track With Prescription Drugs

Zynga Made Up 14% Of Facebook Revenues In 1H 2012, Down From 19% In FY 2011

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Here’s another nugget from the release of Facebook’s 10-Q today: Zynga accounted for 14 percent of its revenues in the first six months of 2012, but that number is down from the 19 percent of revenue that Zynga made up in 2011. Revenues that Facebook collects from Zynga include payment...
Zynga Made Up 14% Of Facebook Revenues In 1H 2012, Down From 19% In FY 2011
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