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DeNA pays $92M for 20% share in Rage of Bahamut developer Cygames

www.insidemobileapps.com
New DeNA has entered into a strategic business alliance with Japanese mobile social developer Cygames, announcing today it has reached an agreement to purchase a 20 percent share of the company for 7.4 billion yen ($92 million). As our readers are no doubt well aware, Cygames is the third party developer...
DeNA pays $92M for 20% share in Rage of Bahamut developer Cygames

Appcelerator Acquires Nodeable, Boosts Mobile Big Data

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New Appcelerator, a mobile applications development outfit, said today that it had acquired Nodeable, a small start-up focusing on using Hadoop for real-time big data work. The combination, Appcelerator says, will boost its ability to help customers build custom mobile applications for the enterprise. As big companies wrap their heads around...
Appcelerator Acquires Nodeable, Boosts Mobile Big Data
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T-Mobile makes three more cities iPhone-friendly with 4G

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New Apple iPhone owners wanting to use their device on T-Mobile’s 4G network can now do so in three additional metropolitan areas. The operator announced Wednesday that the Washington, DC, Baltimore and Houston markets now support HSPA+ service on the 1900 MHz band. That’s good news for people in those areas...
T-Mobile makes three more cities iPhone-friendly with 4G

Did Apple Spend $2 Billion to Bail Out Sharp?

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New Apple analyst Horace Dediu has dug deep into Apple's 2012 capital expenditures and found some spending, above and beyond what Apple had previously disclosed. He discovered that Apple spent $2.3 billion more than it had forecast on "product tooling, manufacturing process equipment and infrastructure". However, Apple didn't actually shell out...
Did Apple Spend $2 Billion to Bail Out Sharp?

Apple Senior Vice President Eddy Cue Joins Ferrari's Board of Directors

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New Eddy Cue, Apple's head of Internet Software and Services (including Siri and Maps), has joined Ferrari's board of directors. Cue is a bit of a sports car buff and says he has owned a Ferrari for five years. Ferrari chairman Luca di Montezemolo said Cue's "huge experience in the dynamic,...
Apple Senior Vice President Eddy Cue Joins Ferrari's Board of Directors

Apple Gets A (Minor) Legal Spanking

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Since 2010 Apple has been suing everybody in sight for allegedly infringing on its intellectual property. Apple hasn't just been suing its rivals but also portraying itself as a beacon of innovation and depicting its rivals as cloners and copycats -- thieves, basically. So perhaps there is some satisfaction in...
Apple Gets A (Minor) Legal Spanking

Google follows Apple's lead with Android app security screening

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Google's new app scanner in Android 4.2 Jelly Bean moves the platform closer to Apple's model of vetting software before it is made available to mobile device users, a security expert says. Google isn't expected to copy Apple's model of controlling the distribution of all iPhone and iPad apps...
Google follows Apple's lead with Android app security screening

T-Mobile expands better coverage and faster speeds for iPhone to three metro areas

9to5mac.com
T-Mobile previously announced a $4 billion plan to improve its network, and it revealed today that three new metro areas now have enhanced coverage and faster speeds for unlocked devices like the iPhone. The new areas include: Washington D.C.: Alexandria, VA; Arlington, VA; Chevy Chase, MD; Falls Church, VA; Laurel,...
T-Mobile expands better coverage and faster speeds for iPhone to three metro areas
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