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  • Blog Post: More Than $10 Billion Spent In Apple's App Store In 2013

    In a recent press release , Apple announced that its App Store, a popular home for mobile games, had a hugely successful 2013. More than $10 billion was spent in the App Store in 2013, with $1 billion of those dollars changing hands in December alone, marking the service's most successful month in... More
  • Blog Post: Zynga Tries Motivating Executives With Money

    It may not be an innovative strategy (this is Zynga we're talking about), but the company is attempting to stem the steady outpouring of executive talent by offering bigger bonuses. Things haven't been great for Zynga lately, with lawsuits and resigning execs . To smooth things out, the company... More
  • Blog Post: Apple Founder Steve Jobs Has Died

    Apple founder and visionary Steve Jobs has passed away. Jobs had recently been battling pancreatic cancer. Though no official cause of death has been issued, complications due to the disease are likely the cause. Jobs had resigned his position at Apple, citing that he was no longer able to meet his duties... More
  • Blog Post: Steve Jobs Resigns As CEO Of Apple

    Longtime Apple CEO and face of the popular company Steve Jobs has resigned today, accepting a new position as a chairman. MSNBC reports that Jobs resigned today after 14 years as head of the company and months of medical leave. COO Tim Cook is replacing Jobs in the CEO position. Jobs released a brief... More
  • Blog Post: Cast Your Vote In Time’s 2010 Top 100 Poll

    As it does every year, Time is asking you to weigh in on the most influential people of 2010. Essentially an internet popularity contest, the most influential people of the year are decided by fans who rally their peers to support a favorite personality. This year a few notable gaming names made the... More
  • Blog Post: Apple Unveils iPad

    As rumored for weeks, Steve Jobs unveiled the iPad today at an Apple event in San Francisco. Much of the speculation has proven true, as the tablet computer essentially looks like a gigantic iPhone with a 10-inch screen. Significantly smaller and lighter than a laptop computer, it weighs in at 1.5 pounds... More
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