Thursday Jul 17
Coffee time beats the daily grind
Coffee shops have been the birthplace of political revolutions, artistic movements and Harry Potter.
Noriega sues over Call of Duty
The ex-military ruler is seeking lost profits and damages after a character based on him featured in Activision's 2012 title Black Ops II.
Mind Candy is looking for a new CEO
Mind Candy's Michael Acton Smith will step down as CEO as soon as the company finds a new chief executive.
Michael Acton-Smith To Step Aside As CEO Of Mind Candy As Moshi Monsters Struggles
Mind Candy , led by its star gaming property Moshi Monsters and its founder Michael Acton-Smith, has been seen as one of the breakout successes of the UK startup and gaming world.
Nothing Costs More Than it Used to:
Tech-savvy children abandon the web for 'free' mobile play : Tech companies are struggling to make a profit as parents let children use their mobiles, but don't want to pay up front for apps [N]ew media companies - which are being disrupted as much as traditional firms by the shift to mobile technology - are struggling to find ways to make their ... (more)
Popjam is 'walled-garden' Instagram for kids, from Moshi Monsters maker
London-based tech company Mind Candy says its latest app, released today, is a safe alternative to Snapchat and Tumblr, where "kids can be kids."
Wall Street Journal
Maker of Moshi Monsters Tries Social Network for Kids
An online games maker for children is going where few tech companies have dared to tread: it is rolling out a social network aimed at kids.