German 'startup factory' HitFox expands globally with four new game distribution businesses
German 'startup factory' HitFox expands globally with four new game distribution businesses
                                       

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HitFox Game Ventures backs two mobile game distribution startups: AppLift and Game Finder

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Just a few weeks ago, Berlin-based startup HitFox kickstarted (PDF) a vertical incubator for game distribution business models dubbed HitFox Game Ventures. Today, the incubator is announcing its first two investments, having invested a “7-digit” euros sum in mobile game discovery and marketing companies AppLift and HitFox App Discovery GmbH...
HitFox Game Ventures backs two mobile game distribution startups: AppLift and Game Finder
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Japan's DoCoMo focuses on developing its content play to battle iPhone-wielding rivals

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Japanese operator NTT DoCoMo has reaffirmed its commitment to work with Android based devices over the iPhone, despite being one of a small number of large-scale operators that doesn’t carry Apple’s flagship smartphone. Unlike notable fellow Apple non-partner China Mobile — which is engaged in ongoing talks with the Cupertino-based firm...
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Netflix to Congress: Can We Get a Little Help With These Data Caps?

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Photo: Mr. Hyman. This should really liven up the debate over data caps: Netflix wants Congress to step in. Man, cable companies are just going to love this. Bloomberg reports that, in a hearing today, Netflix general counsel David Hyman told the House subcommittee on communications and technology that, “When you couple limited broadband competition with...
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Lagardère buying shopping site LeGuide.com for €98.2 million

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French magazine and book publisher and broadcaster Lagardère, which underperforms in digital media, has succeeded in acquiring a majority of shopping site LeGuide.com to bolster its efforts. The group is shelling out an improved €28 per share (€98.2 million, $124 million) for the site, which also does price comparison for 161...
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Stand out from the crowd by learning how dominate the mobile industry with remarkable designs at MobileBeat 2012. It will be held on July 10-11 in San Francisco, CA. MobileBeat 2012, VentureBeat’s fifth annual event focusing on the future of mobile, will help you position your company for success...
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Amid turbulent film biz, Disney makes safe chairman choice

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After its bold selection nearly three years ago to have cable TV executive Rich Ross run its motion-picture studio didn’t pan out, the Walt Disney Company announced Thursday that its turning to a tried-and-true film-business veteran to serve as its new studio chief. New studio chairman Alan Horn arrives at...
Amid turbulent film biz, Disney makes safe chairman choice
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