The developer behind one of the most successful video games in the world nixed plans to work with Oculus after the virtual reality company was acquired by the social media giant.
Game developer King Digital is seeking a steep valuation in its upcoming IPO. It's aggressive for a company with just one hit product, but still a discount to some peers.
Game developer King Digital appears to be the new monarch of the mobile-games industry, crushing rival Zynga with close to $2 billion in revenue last year.
By streaming old PlayStation games onto various devices, Sony just decimated the used game market that is keeping the brick-and-mortar retailer alive.
The pop culture event draws in around 130,000 people, as well as the cream of the entertainment and tech industries. It also generates around $180 million annually.
They're up in arms over 'The Simpsons: Tapped Out,' which has snarky comments about the NRA squirreled away in it.
Among other major shifts, these veterans predict Hollywood's focus on mega-budget films will mean far fewer and more expensive theaters.
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