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ElasticBox hopes to simplify app deployment with free box resources

ElasticBox launched a free service aimed at the DevOps community. The company, which provides agile application delivery management tools, released several free curated boxes representing various popular applications and tools for orchestrating deployments at scale.

DeNA snaps up $92M stake in 'Rage of Bahamut' developer Cygames

DeNA is acquiring a 20 percent stake in Cygames, the developer behind the blockbuster mobile gameĀ  Rage of Bahamut. The deal, valued at $92.4 million, is expected to close late next month.

Ngmoco co-founders Young, Stevenson exit, Downie named CEO

Ngmoco co-founders Neil Young and Bob Stevenson have exited the DeNA-owned mobile social gaming firm, with Vice President of Studios Clive Downie named as CEO.

DeNA says 'Rage of Bahamut' driving same revenues on Android as iOS

Despite studies indicating applications developed for Google's Android generate just a fraction of the revenues driven by apps for Apple's iOS, Japanese gaming giant DeNA reports its bestsellingĀ  Rage of BahamutĀ  is earning comparable daily revenues from both platforms.

DeNA, Disney ink mobile social gaming alliance

Japanese gaming giant DeNA announced an agreement with The Walt Disney Company to jointly develop mobile social titles slated for rollout across DeNA's global Mobage platform. The companies also will

Report: Glu Mobile takeover buzz heats up--Zynga, EA suitors?

Analysts and investors believe that Glu Mobile is the next likely target for acquisition after social gaming giant Zynga scooped up Draw Something maker OMGPOP for $180 million. Bloomberg reports

GREE sues rival DeNA for blocking cross-platform mobile game developers

Japanese mobile game platform GREE is suing rival DeNA, claiming the firm is obstructing developers who attempt to roll out their titles across both companies' networks. The suit alleges that DeNA

DeNA snaps up iPhone game hitmaker ngmoco for $400 million

Japanese social gaming giant DeNA will acquire iPhone gaming startup ngmoco for up to $400 million in cash and securities, one of the largest deals ever for an iOS application developer. Per terms of