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Snails vs Ants

Snails vs Ants includes various types of maps, 3 kinds of modes, 3 types of difficulty levels. More maps, abundant battle grounds and...

August 27, 2012 by Beijing Duole

Lux DLX 2

Lux DLX is an epic game of strategy, risk, conquest, and world domination!Lux DLX features:- challenging AI- more then 80 awesome maps-...

October 22, 2011 by Sillysoft Games

Fieldrunners

Descend into the world of FIELDRUNNERS, the most anticipated and visually stunning game in mobile TOWER DEFENSE history! It is the...

March 19, 2011 by Subatomic Studios

Google, Just Say No to iPhone

Google's current development strategy of producing Web-based HTML5 cross-platform applications simply enables Apple to continue to act in a predatory manner with iPhone.

March 2, 2010

Sirius aims to go viral with iPhone, social networking as automakers unravel

Sirius XM showed a sneak peak of its iPhone app at its annual shareholder meeting and riffed a bit on social networking as the company pivots its strategy to gain subscribers via viral means. It's unclear whether the iPhone and social networking can offset declining auto sales (not to mention automakers).

May 27, 2009

Report: Google Android to grow 900% in 2009

The Google Android mobile OS is expected see a growth rate of 900 percent in 2009, according to a new prediction by Strategy Analytics, besting Apple's iPhone OS as the fastest-growing smartphone OS.According to the May 11 report "Global Smartphone Vendor Market Share by Region: 2008," the iPhone OS will be the second fastest-growing smartphone OS in the U.

May 11, 2009 by

Short clip: Verisign making smart phones secure

Ken Silva, CTO of Verisign, says blocking new technologies from coming into your company, isn't a smart strategy. Eventually, he says, someone at the top will want to use their iPhone or other mobile device, so planning to do this securely is more savvy.

February 10, 2009 by

Verisign CTO: Aligning security and innovation

Ken Silva, CTO of Verisign, says blocking new technologies from coming into your company isn't a smart strategy. Eventually, he says, someone at the top will want to use their iPhone or other mobile device, so planning to do this securely is more savvy.

February 10, 2009 by

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