While subscription services for TV and music have been the norm for several years, in the games segment the business model is still very new, but it is rapidly gaining pace.
Amazon, Netflix and Hulu are not just rivals on the app charts. This Sunday, the competition shifts to the red carpet at Hollywood’s most high-profile and glamorous event; the Oscars.
In only a short space of time, online dating has evolved from a socially strange concept to the norm, openly embraced by individuals of all ages. Thanks to dating apps, you no longer have to wait until you’re at the bar to try out your best pick-up lines on a potential suitor. The likes of Tinder, Plenty of Fish and Badoo enable you to fire out your best lines anywhere, anytime and even to multiple people at once.
This February, gaming professionals worldwide will convene in Berlin for the White Nights Conference to discuss the rapidly changing games industry. If you’re going to the show and would like to meet with us, drop us a line. The first coffee/beer (delete as appropriate) is on us!
With multimedia being the key to success these days, celebrities are closely connected with tech development. Long gone are the days of regular TV and radio appearances being enough for stars to stay popular. Now, they need to fully adopt all aspects of digital.