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Google taps $50.4 B mobile gaming business with Unity ad partnership

David Paul Morris | Bloomberg | Getty Images Employees work at the Unity Technologies SF office in San Francisco, California, U.S., Google is strengthening its position in mobile advertising by partnering with top game development platform Unity.   Under the agreement announced Thursday, marketers who use Google’s mobile ad platform …

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Pocket City is the iOS city-building sim you’ve dreamed of

Well, that’s the rest of our week sorted then! Photo: Bobby Li There are few game franchises I poured more time and energy into as a kid than SimCity. From the mid-1990s, the classic metropolis-building strategy games were guaranteed a place on whichever computer I owned at the time. Jump …

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Android P’s final beta preview is live

Good news for people who like near-final previews of mobile operating systems. Android just dropped Beta 4 for Android P, marking the last preview milestone before the full version launches. That means the still unnamed OS is just around the corner — promised to arrive at some point later this …

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LG Mobile’s losses continue but now sales are falling too

Korean electronics giant LG is soaring to new heights, but its mobile division continues to lag well behind the rest of the company and the signs aren’t promising. LG’s latest financials released today recorded another quarter of success with operating profit jumping 16 percent year-on-year to hit KRW 771 billion ($715.1 …

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Browser maker Opera successfully begins trading on NASDAQ

Opera is now a public company. The Norway-based company priced its initial public offering at $12 a share — the company initially expected to price its share in the $10 to $12 price range. Trading opened at $14.34 per share, up 19.5 percent. The company raised over $115 million with …

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