While platform owners like Google may move to build walled gardens, OpenKit will let social gamers roam free.
First version of OpenKit is now going live, and a public beta could come in April.
A number of publishers with 15 games will launch on Agawi's Android platform.
Agawi is working with technology leaders to power its True Cloud platform.
This open-source effort appeared after Gree shut down the popular OpenFeint mobile social platform in December.
Pluto Media will expand its Pluto Learns Piano app into a educational tool for learning, creating, and sharing.
2012 went by fast. Here are the trends that mattered in gaming.
Gree shut down OpenFeint. So OpenKit will replace it and allow developers to own the data associated with their games.
Windows 8's app store just got a boost to its video game offerings thanks to cloud-gaming company Agawi's new GameZen streaming application.
Jeff Tseng, a co-founder, takes the CEO title at CrowdStar.
The new Microsoft operating system presents an opportunity for a new app-based mentality when it comes to games. Cloud-gaming-technology company Agawi is posing to capitalize on that.
Peter Relan at YouWeb saves the day at Hacker Dojo.
Look for Agawi to provide streamed games to Windows 8 devices in the not-so-distant future.
Peter Relan can't clone himself. But he can share his hard-earned advice for technology entrepreneurs, and he will do so at the new web site FounderQuorom.
With the console market looking a little shaky and Facebook starting to slow down, mobile stands before the gaming industry as a potential savior.
Every incubator has a formula, and most of those formulas involve throwing “spaghetti” of some kind against the proverbial wall to find out what will stick.
Trouble is, most of the time, the entrepreneurs are the spaghetti themselves. And if …
Jason Citron's latest venture, Phoenix Guild, lands funding, plans to build hardcore social games for tablets in the "post-PC world."
We’ve been writing a lot of posts about our speakers at GamesBeat 2012. But here’s a summary of why we think this is the must-attend game conference for you.
We’re gathering the industry’s top CEOs, entrepreneurs, venture capitalists, investors, journalists, …
We’re pleased to have YouWeb and Tapjoy joining in on the fun at MobileBeat 2012 and GamesBeat 2012 next week in San Francisco. YouWeb shines the spotlight on its portfolio of companies across two breakout sessions, and TapJoy CEO Mihir …
We’re a few weeks away from MobileBeat 2012, VentureBeat’s annual mobile conference, where we’ve lined up some of the biggest names in the industry to chat about this year’s theme, “Design is the new battleground.”
We’ve snagged Matt Murphy, partner …