EA's Vue is the company's attempt at a social sharing app
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Lodsys Targets Disney's 'Where's My Water?' and Others in New Round of Lawsuits Over In-App Purchasing

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For nearly two years, we've been following the saga of patent troll Lodsys, which has been demanding licenses from and filing lawsuits against developers over in-app purchasing and related functionalities in their apps. Apple quickly stepped in on behalf of iOS developers when the situation first arose in May 2011,...
Lodsys Targets Disney's 'Where's My Water?' and Others in New Round of Lawsuits Over In-App Purchasing

EA And The Future

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EA And The Future: Benchmark's Mitch Lasky: Further, I think you could easily take the position that there will never be a return to the installed base level that Sony, Nintendo and Microsoft saw with their c. 2005 consoles. They've essentially lost the living room. I watch my own children,...
EA And The Future

Dennis Deems' Favorite Techdirt Posts Of The Week

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I'm Dennis Deems, a composer, songwriter, and playwright living and working in almost total obscurity. These are my favorite Techdirt posts of the past week. Would you like DRM with that? EA Labels President: DRM Is A Failed Strategy, But SimCity Didn't Have Any DRM I'm depressed. I mean,...
Dennis Deems' Favorite Techdirt Posts Of The Week

Google, Mozilla want to turbocharge 3D games in your browser

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The Mozilla Foundation introduced a technology this week that it claims will allow game makers to supercharge the performance of their wares in a Web browser. The technology is a highly-optimized version of JavaScript, called asm.js, that Mozilla says will turbo charge a developer's code in a browser and...
Google, Mozilla want to turbocharge 3D games in your browser

Mozilla partners with Epic Games to bring Unreal Engine 3 to the web

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Building on its recent advancements in JavaScript optimization, Mozilla has announced a partnership with Epic Games that will bring the Unreal Engine 3 to Firefox. Unlike the ill-fated InstantAction, this gives developers the opportunity to port high-end titles to the web without the use of plugins. Hardly content with...
Mozilla partners with Epic Games to bring Unreal Engine 3 to the web

InMobi Launches App Publish, An Android App Distribution Platform Covering Hundreds Of Stores; Puts Its Metaflow Acquisition To Work

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Mobile advertising network InMobi today took one more step in its bid to be a one-stop shop for developers’ app marketing needs, in the process taking advantage of the massive fragmentation that exists on the Android platform. It has launched App Publish, a distribution platform specifically for Android apps, which...
InMobi Launches App Publish, An Android App Distribution Platform Covering Hundreds Of Stores; Puts Its Metaflow Acquisition To Work

Stay tuned! Inside Network's covering GDC!

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Today through Friday, Downtown San Francisco will be teeming with game developers for the Game Developers Conference 2013. Inside Network will be present to cover the show. From left to right: Inside Social Games lead writer Mike Thompson, Inside Network editorial assistant Emanuel Maiberg and Inside Mobile Apps editor Scott...
Stay tuned! Inside Network's covering GDC!
Major vulnerability in EA's Origin platform lets hackers overtake PCs

John Riccitiello's legacy: EA survives, but its hit points are dangerously low

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Source: Dean TakahashiNow former EA CEO John Riccitiello (GamesBeat/Dean Takahashi) John Riccitiello left Electronic Arts yesterday with a mixed record. In the nearly six years he led EA, the gigantic video game publisher faced a massive shift in the market, from games primarily sold on physical media and played on...
John Riccitiello's legacy: EA survives, but its hit points are dangerously low
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