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Most Top Banks Have an App for That

Greystripe Targets Regional Mobile Ads, Not the More Trendy Hyper-Local Ads

Facebook Acquires Mobile Advertising Company Out of Stealth Mode

LivingSocial Works Out Some Kinks After Blockbuster Amazon Sales

Facebook Credits Will Be Mandatory Payment Platform Starting July 1

Who Is DeNA? Ngmoco Explains the Japanese Company's U.S. Ambitions.

Apple Hits New Milestones: 10 Billion Apps Downloaded, 160 Million iOS Users and More

Zynga Acquires Area/Code, Opens New York Studio

More Blimps and Sponsored Loot Coming as Zynga Ramps Up In-Game Advertising in 2011

Google Willing to Start From Scratch to Enter Daily Deals Market

Kabam Raises Serious Dough to Develop Serious Games for Social

LivingSocial Exceeds One Million Amazon Gift Cards Sold With Hours to Spare

Nintendo's 3DS on Sale March 27 for $250, Boasting iPhone-Like Features

Microsoft Loses a Top Kinect Researcher to Google

GameStop Expands Digital Strategy by Opening Doors to an Android Storefront

Online Purchases Helped Boost Strong Retail Sales in 2010

Videogame Sales Lagged in 2010 Despite Xbox's High Scores

Fewer Than 6 Percent of Gamers Buy Virtual Goods…And That's Big Bucks

RockYou Acquires Playdemic for Bigger Push Into Social Games

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Just as the atom bomb was the weapon that was supposed to render war obsolete, the Internet seems like capitalism’s ultimate feat of self-destructive genius, an economic doomsday device rendering it impossible for anyone to ever make a profit off anything again. It’s especially hopeless for those whose work is easily digitized and accessed free of charge.

— Author Tim Kreider on not getting paid for one’s work