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Facebook IPO: Zynga Generates 12% of Our Revenue and We Need Them

16 Feb

Facebook IPO: Zynga Generates 12% of Our Revenue and We Need Them.

Facebook IPO: Zynga Generates 12% of Our Revenue and We Need Them

Facebook generated $3.71 billion in sales last year; some $445 million of that came from its partnership with Zynga. Facebook made $1.97 billion in 2010. 

With Facebook’s growing revenue, you can surely expect Zynga to follow and do the same. Social is the new way to game.

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Microsoft’s Windows Store Will Start Peddling Apps, Books and Games in February. Will Give More to Devs Too.

7 Dec

 

Microsoft’s Windows Store Will Start Peddling Apps, Books and Games in February.

Windows 8 may be the best competition Apple will see. It’s taking time, but check out this video. And see an upcoming post about the HTC Titan as a premier Windows Phone.

They’ll also give more back to the developers than the likes of Apple, taking the same 30 per cent cut up to $25,000 (£16,000) of sales, after which Microsoft will drop its cut to just 20 per cent.

You Go To the Gym to Work Out Your Body. So Use Lumosity to Work Out Your Brain & Get Smarter.

7 Nov

 

 

 

 

 

Lumosity partners with researchers at Stanford, UCSF, Harvard, and Columbia, among other prestigious universities. We also work with numerous health care organizations to provide cognitive training services.

 

 

  • Exercise you’ll love

    Our neuroscientists and game developers work hard to design entertaining exercises you’ll want to play everyday. After all, the harder you train, the stronger your brain. We believe that Lumosity.com is a truly enjoyable experience — and we’re not the only ones who think this.

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  • Over 35+ games and exercises

    Lumosity subscribers have access to over 35+ brain games and exercises. Based on extensive research, our games enhance the brain’s ability to remember details, solve problems, pay attention, multitask — and much, much more.

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  • Adaptive learning

    While Lumosity.com exercises are easy to learn, they can also be difficult to master. Don’t worry, though, we did this on purpose. Studies have found time and time again that the human brain needs constant challenge. Lumosity.com provides this challenge with the help of proprietary algorithms that adapt the difficulty level to match the needs of each and every subscriber. As you improve, our games get more and more difficult, forcing your brain to improve even more.

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Brain Games & Brain Training – Lumosity.

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