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Mobile Minutes: Mobile gaming revenue; Never-ending batteries; Nielsen vs. comScore; NYPD’s smartphone program

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April 25, 2016

Screen Shot 2016-04-22 at 3.27.20 PMMobile-game revenue to surpass console and PC, study says
Mobile videogames are expected in 2016 for the first time to generate more revenue than games played on PCs and consoles.
Read more on The Wall Street Journal

Scientists develop never-ending battery technology for PCs, smartphones and electric cars
Researchers at the University of California, Irvine have developed a battery technology that greatly increases its lifespan and could mean never having to replace a battery again.
Read more on The International Business Times

Nielsen faces comScore as digital ratings wars heat up
Preston Beckman had been listening to executives from Nielsen and ComScore snipe at each other for almost 10 minutes when at last he spoke up. “This is starting to sound like ‘Oklahoma!’ ” the former Fox and NBC scheduling executive said. “Anything you can do, I can do better.”
Read more on Variety

NYPD response times faster thanks to smartphone program
The NYPD’s new smartphone program has helped officers respond to crimes in progress about a minute quicker than they were able to this time last year, a data official for the department said Thursday evening.
Read more on New York Post

 

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