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Clear Channel will share digital radio revenues with Robbins Entertainment's music artists

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Clear Channel Media and Entertainment has closed a partnership with music label Robbins Entertainment, the media company announced today. Following the deal, it will start sharing all of its radio revenues with the label’s artists. Radio broadcasting is one of the main activities of Clear Channel, which boasts 239 million monthly...
Clear Channel will share digital radio revenues with Robbins Entertainment's music artists

A Look Into Japan's Burgeoning App Economy

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Japan, long called the “Galapagos Islands” of the mobile industry for its cornucopia of sophisticated and unusual feature phones, is finally transitioning to Android and iOS in a serious way. Given the country’s historically high levels of spending on mobile apps and games, it’s becoming a market that Android and...
A Look Into Japan's Burgeoning App Economy

Amazon launches its virtual currency, with $5 worth free to every Kindle Fire user

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Amazon rolled out Amazon Coins, its own virtual currency, on Monday. Amazon Coins can be used to purchase “apps, games and in-app items in the Amazon Appstore and on Kindle Fire,” and each U.S. Kindle Fire user gets $5 worth (or 500 coins) free. “We will continue to add more...
Amazon launches its virtual currency, with $5 worth free to every Kindle Fire user
Rackspace CEO: 'We're playing a different game' than Amazon

First Ubuntu smartphones get one step closer with backing of Carrier Advisory Group

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The arrival of the first Ubuntu OS-based smartphone took one step closer today with the formation of the Ubuntu Carrier Advisory Group – a collection of operators around the world that want a say in the ongoing development of the Ubuntu smartphone OS. Canonical, the company behind the open source...
First Ubuntu smartphones get one step closer with backing of Carrier Advisory Group

Facebook Will Start Offering Paid Apps, Beta Program Starts Now

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Facebook’s platform may have come to life on the back of freemium apps, but now it’s taking another page from Apple’s playbook by offering paid apps. A beta program starting now will let developers charge Facebook users a flat fee to use their apps. This will cover both HTML5 apps and...
Facebook Will Start Offering Paid Apps, Beta Program Starts Now

The Interesting Part About Amazon’s In-App Payments Beta Is That Developers Have Pricing Control

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The most interesting part of Amazon’s move to provide an in-app payments flow is that they’re ceding pricing control to mobile developers. Amazon has been testing a new in-app payments system with several top-tier mobile developers for several months. It’s a big deal because there has been a huge shift...
The Interesting Part About Amazon’s In-App Payments Beta Is That Developers Have Pricing Control

Google Releases Details On How You Convert a Website into an Installable Web App

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Last week at Google I/O, Google announced the Chrome Web Store, an upcoming “online” store for web apps built into Chrome.  There are a lot of questions about how this would actually work and whether or not, good or bad, the web store would be exclusive to Chrome.  The web...
Google Releases Details On How You Convert a Website into an Installable Web App

From The China Social Game Summit 2010 in Beijing: State of the Industry And 6 Demos From Local Startups

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Over the weekend, I attended the China Social Game Summit 2010 in Beijing, a two-day event that attracted over 400 international attendees and 80 speakers. According to the organizers (China’s leading social game service provider Appleap and Tokyo- and Beijing-based VC firm Infinity Venture Partners), the event is the biggest...
From The China Social Game Summit 2010 in Beijing: State of the Industry And 6 Demos From Local Startups

Microsoft Pressing Apple to Take a Smaller Cut on Sales Inside Office for iOS

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Apple has indeed rejected an update to Microsoft’s SkyDrive app for iOS following a disagreement over whether it is owed the 30 percent cut of in-app purchases it typically demands. But the spat over SkyDrive is but one small part of the larger argument between the two companies. Sources familiar...
Microsoft Pressing Apple to Take a Smaller Cut on Sales Inside Office for iOS
A Juicey Hands-On With The Facebook Omni-Gift Card

Indian operator Bharti wants slice of Google and Facebook's revenue pie

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Indian operator Bharti Airtel has raised the prickly issue of net neutrality with social networks, after a senior executive at the telecom giant claimed that Web-based companies should share revenues in exchange for using operators’ expensive infrastructure. Speaking to The Hindu’s Business Line supplement, Jagbir Singh, Director of Network Services Group, called...
Indian operator Bharti wants slice of Google and Facebook's revenue pie

Why Qualcomm Wants To Bring Ultrasound Transmitters To Smartphones And Tablets

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Mobile chipmaker Qualcomm has a track record of pushing new capabilities into its chips faster than its competitors in a bid to carve out a bigger chunk of the market. Last year, for instance, its LTE Snapdragon processor helped it to take a 48 per cent revenue share in H1 (Strategy...
Why Qualcomm Wants To Bring Ultrasound Transmitters To Smartphones And Tablets
Radionomy's New Browser Version Lets You Fulfill Your Dream Of Hosting A Radio Station

Apple Close to Striking Deal with Record Labels for iRadio

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Apple is close to signing a deal with both Warner Music and Universal Music Group for its rumored streaming music service, reports CNET. Content negotiations between Apple and record companies were said to have stagnated because the Cupertino-based company was offering low royalty rates, but CNET's sources say that Apple's...
Apple Close to Striking Deal with Record Labels for iRadio
Hybris helps you sell products -- and raised $30M for its own

ShowYou's Channel Platform: A new way to make money from video on the iPad

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July 9-10, 2013 San Francisco, CA Tickets On Sale Now The popular video discovery app ShowYou is stepping into new territory today: offering content creators a way to easily monetize their video streams within its apps. That starts with re-framing how ShowYou approaches the videos you’re sharing on the...
ShowYou's Channel Platform: A new way to make money from video on the iPad

The new Fayve iPad app lets you sort movies like Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen

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Don’t let anyone tell you that rich people don’t give back to us normal folks. Billionaire Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen is sharing with the world Fayve, his custom iPad app for managing movies and TV shows. Developed by Allen’s Vulcan Technologies, Fayve is meant to recommend content based on “who you...
The new Fayve iPad app lets you sort movies like Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen

Apple activates increase in share of iAd revenue to developers from 60% to 70%

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Apple has sent out a notice to participants in its iAd program that it will now be giving 70% of the revenue earned from an ad displayed in an app to the developer. This is an increase from the previous 70%. The increase is a continuation of Apple’s efforts to...
Apple activates increase in share of iAd revenue to developers from 60% to 70%

What's next for mobile apps? Find out at Mobilize 2012

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What’s the next frontier for mobile apps? Join the debate at Mobilize 2012 and tell us what you think about why some apps are making oodles of cash while others crash and burn. Is the 30 percent revenue-share stranglehold by Apple harmful for the industry, and will it last? How...
What's next for mobile apps? Find out at Mobilize 2012
Why Google needs the Motorola deal for tablets

Google Is Reportedly Trying To Get A Bigger Slice Of Android App Revenue (GOOG)

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Google is in negotiations with carriers to get more revenue from its app store, called the Google Play Store, according to Macquarie analysts Eugene Jung and Ben Schachter.  Jung says Google is trying to increase its Play store revenue in Korea. Schachter believes this is happening outside of Korea, too.  Here's...
Google Is Reportedly Trying To Get A Bigger Slice Of Android App Revenue (GOOG)

The Real Time Web Must Remain Open.

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All the cool kids are talking about the Real Time Web. There’s a lot of innovation here but one of the main problems is that all the data is being held by two main players – Twitter and Facebook. It’s not really an open network. If you need to launch...
The Real Time Web Must Remain Open.

Facebook is probably paying an arm and a leg for its new carrier-enabled, mobile web payments system

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Now that Facebook finally unveiled carrier-powered payments for the mobile web yesterday, it’s time to look at what the potential costs might be. Last month, U.K.-based mobile billing and analytics provider Bango announced to shareholders that it had a new partnership with Facebook, but that it couldn’t disclose the terms....
Facebook is probably paying an arm and a leg for its new carrier-enabled, mobile web payments system

iOS Still Top Platform For Monetising Mobile Ads, Opera's Q1 Study Finds, iPhone Also Beating Android For Generating Ad Traffic

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Opera has just put out its latest State of Mobile Advertising report for Q1 2013 and its findings put the iPhone back on top for “impression volume” (i.e. generating the most traffic to mobile ads), regaining its lead over Android. iOS also maintains its top position for monetisation compared to the other...
iOS Still Top Platform For Monetising Mobile Ads, Opera's Q1 Study Finds, iPhone Also Beating Android For Generating Ad Traffic
Shockers from MTS report: Apple slides in Russia as Samsung revenue share explodes

Zynga's David Ko opens up about Zynga's mobile publishing plans

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When Zynga announced its mobile publishing program at June’s Zynga Unleashed event, details about the program were left vague. Recently, Zynga CMO David Ko talked to us about the program, unveiling some details about what developers can expect to get out of partnering with Zynga and what Zynga itself is looking for....
Zynga's David Ko opens up about Zynga's mobile publishing plans

Amazon Appstore launching in UK, Germany, France, Italy, and Spain this summer

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Amazon officially confirmed this morning that it would be opening its Appstore to international users for the first time since launching in the U.S. last year. The countries included in the initial international rollout scheduled for “this summer” include: the UK, Germany, France, Italy, and Spain. Amazon is inviting developers...
Amazon Appstore launching in UK, Germany, France, Italy, and Spain this summer
Apple reportedly revamping iAd to rekindle interest
TV shipments decline for the second consecutive quarter
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