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Brian Reynolds: On Zynga, games, and the future

Jetlore Helps Businesses Turn Short Social Updates Into Usable Data

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We cover a lot of startups using social data, but Eldar Sadikov, co-founder of a company called Jetlore, said whenever someone else wants to build a social app, they have to “reinvent the wheel again and again.” That’s why Jetlore is launching a platform designed to power these kinds of...
Jetlore Helps Businesses Turn Short Social Updates Into Usable Data

Softbank to Buy $1 Billion Stadium

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Softbank agreed to buy the Fukuoka Yahoo Japan Dome stadium, home to the Japanese tech company's baseball team, for $1.06 billion from Government of Singapore Investment Corp....
Softbank to Buy $1 Billion Stadium
Getty Images licenses Instagram portraits of New York Yankees

Lua Organizes Any Mobile Workforce With (Duh!) A Mobile App

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Lua, a company focused on enhancing communication and project management within mobile workforces, has just launched today at the Techstars NYC Demo Day. The software allows any mobile workforce, from a production crew on a film set to construction workers to salespeople, to communicate throughout the day on their smartphones....
Lua Organizes Any Mobile Workforce With (Duh!) A Mobile App

CHART OF THE DAY: The Evolution Of How We Watch Online Video

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It's the ten-year anniversary of the launch of MLB Advanced Media, the tech arm of Major League Baseball. MLBAM sells subscriptions to live games of every single baseball team streamed online. As a result it has a unique look at how people's media consumption habits are evolving online. On the...
CHART OF THE DAY: The Evolution Of How We Watch Online Video

Japan’s DeNA generates $445M in Q4 revenues for mobile social gaming network

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Japanese mobile social gaming company DeNA reported that its sales for the third fiscal quarter ended Dec. 31 were $445 million, up 16 percent from a year ago. The numbers are pretty big for a mobile game platform and they show the potential of what could happen as mobile social...
Japan’s DeNA generates $445M in Q4 revenues for mobile social gaming network

The Cover Of Today's New York Times Represents Another Disaster For Traditional Photographers

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Sports photographer Nick Laham recently shot some beautiful portraits of the New York Yankees baseball team. The photos came out great, but what's surprising is that Laham took the photos with his iPhone, and "edited" them solely through Instagram.  Laham didn't need to use any fancy editing software like Photoshop...
The Cover Of Today's New York Times Represents Another Disaster For Traditional Photographers

The future of TV news: The Washington Post newscast on Google TV and Android lets you skip stories

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It’s rare that a press release lands in my inbox and gets a second glance, especially when it comes to an app that is trying to evolve, transform, or revolutionize news as we know it. Yet today, that’s exactly what happened, and it comes from The Washington Post, no less;...
The future of TV news: The Washington Post newscast on Google TV and Android lets you skip stories
Against the future: inside the Jewish anti-internet rally
NFL teams use 'Moneyball'-like data crunching to gain competitive advantages

Tech Gods Ken Lerer And Bob Pittman Buy A Piece Of The New York Mets

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Tech/media investors Kenneth Lerer and Bob Pittman have bought a $20 million share of the New York Mets, the Wall Street Journal reports. The primary owners of the Mets, the Wilpon family, sold 12 $20 million shares to raise some cash for the team, which has been cash-strapped in...
Tech Gods Ken Lerer And Bob Pittman Buy A Piece Of The New York Mets

DeNA CEO Moriyasu On Breaking Into The U.S.: "Positive Results" But Not "Completely Happy" Yet

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Even though they just bought a baseball team, The Yokohama Baystars, and have gleaming new offices in a skyscraper peering down on Tokyo’s famous Shibuya Crossing, DeNA still feels like it has so much to prove outside of Japan. The $4.4 billion company and its Japanese arch-rival GREE have spent...
DeNA CEO Moriyasu On Breaking Into The U.S.: "Positive Results" But Not "Completely Happy" Yet
Evening Edition, an afternoon paper for a mobile world

Moneyball for software engineering, part 2

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Brad Pitt was recently nominated for the Best Actor Oscar for his portrayal of Oakland A's general manager Billy Beane in the movie "Moneyball," which was also nominated for Best Picture. If you're not familiar with "Moneyball," the subject of the movie and the book on which it's based is...
Moneyball for software engineering, part 2

Emerging popular Android apps: Rage of Bahamut, Ice Age Village, Shark Dash

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Once again games dominate the Android charts, with Zynga’s ultra-popular hit Draw Something leading the paid charts in the No. 1 position again. However, the biggest winner this week is DeNA, with two games making our top grossing app roundup. Its card battle game Rage of Bahamut tops the top...
Emerging popular Android apps: Rage of Bahamut, Ice Age Village, Shark Dash

Baseball Team Offers Free Tickets to iPad Owners - http://bit.ly/ady70T

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Baseball Team Offers Free Tickets to iPad Owners - http://bit.ly/ady70T

In South Korea, the Republic of Samsung

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SEOUL -- So sprawling is Samsung's modern-day empire that some South Koreans say it has become possible to live a Samsung-only life: You can use a Samsung credit card to buy a Samsung TV for the living room of your Samsung-made apartment on which you'll watch the Samsung-owned pro baseball...
In South Korea, the Republic of Samsung
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