Japanese gaming giant GREE is reorganizing its U.S. operations, sunsetting its OpenFeint mobile social platform and laying off staff.
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
Mobile social gaming network OpenFeint introduced GameFeed, a newsfeed tool promising to enhance player engagement by driving social interaction. Available for iOS and Android titles, GameFeed
Mobile application marketing platform AppsFire unveiled OpenUDID, an open-source solution, which promises to replace developer access to unique device identifiers [UDID] across Apple's (NASDAQ:AAPL)
Mobile social gaming network OpenFeint unveiled a new single sign-on system it says will replace developer access to unique device identifiers [UDID] across Apple's (NASDAQ:AAPL) iPhone and iPad
Videogame giant Sega will team with cross-platform mobile social gaming network OpenFeint to develop Sonic & Sega All-Stars Racing, a new spinoff of its long-running Sonic the Hedgehog franchise