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Amaya, not Zynga, buys Bwin.party-owned poker business Ongame for up to $33.3m

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Although social gaming juggernaut Zynga was reportedly ‘leading the race’ in a bidding war for online poker provider Ongame Network just a few months ago, Amaya Gaming Group has ended up winning it. The Montreal, Canada-headquartered gaming company this morning announced that it has acquired Ongame from Internet gambling powerhouse...
Amaya, not Zynga, buys Bwin.party-owned poker business Ongame for up to $33.3m

Nokia and Microsoft create AppCampus to teach devs how to make more Metro apps

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Windows Phone may be picking up the pace in the hardware department thanks to some Nokia know-how, but the platform still lags behind its competition in the apps department. Team Redmond and team Espoo are taking steps to remedy that dearth of software, however, with their new AppCampus development...
Nokia and Microsoft create AppCampus to teach devs how to make more Metro apps

Business social network XING buys employer review platform Kununu for up to $12.3m

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XING, Europe’s LinkedIn, has acquired kununu, Europe’s Glassdoor, for up to 9.4 million euros ($12.3 million). Kununu is an employer assessment and review platform that enables people to rate their jobs and the company they work for. The service is available in Germany, Austria and Switzerland, and Vienna-based kununu claims...
Business social network XING buys employer review platform Kununu for up to $12.3m

Zynga is “all in” to acquire Bwin.party-owned poker business Ongame: Report

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Social gaming juggernaut Zynga is poised to take over online poker provider Ongame Network from its current owner, Internet gambling powerhouse Bwin.party. An exclusive report from eGaming Review (eGR) – behind a paywall – says Zynga is ‘leading the race’ to acquire Ongame, although there are four other unnamed bidders...
Zynga is “all in” to acquire Bwin.party-owned poker business Ongame: Report
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