It’s been an eventful week in the gaming and tech industry. From Samsung flexing their marketing muscles to dragons teaching kids to behave in cars, here’s our overview of the best stories from around the web.
The days of “are we nearly there yet?!” are about to become a distant memory. Nokia and Dreamworks have partnered to bring out a tablet game called Dragons Adventure, designed to train kids to sit still during car long car journeys. Genius!
No budget ‘freeze’ here, Samsung are to spend more that the GDP of Iceland (the country) on advertising and marketing.
This isn’t really news, but if there’s one article you need to read this week, it’s Gamasutra’s brilliant investigation into the realities of game monetization.
Taking over the world! Google have revealed that two thirds of Google Play’s revenue is from outside of the US.
Expect things to go a bit mental, Steam’s autumn sale is live…
Japanese couch potatoes are rejoicing. With 26000 imported and local films and tv shows for streaming, Amazon Japan has launched its Instant Video Service.
Facebook wants people to spend even more time on Facebook and has been testing an ‘Instapaper-Like “Save for Later Reading” Feature’….