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Lead Wars 1.2 - Rise up the Army Ranks in an all-new Campaign Mode

Lead Wars 1.2 – Rise up the Army Ranks in an all-new Campaign Mode

UK based DemonStudios today announces Lead Wars 1.2, an important update to its real-life, turn-based war simulation for iOS devices. Lead Wars is a pencil and paper war game where skill is just as important as strategy. Each player controls a fleet of planes, tanks & artillery units around a hand-drawn battlefield on a piece of paper. Version 1.2 adds an all-new single-player campaign where players can rise up the Army ranks as they complete over 70 mini-missions, new standard maps and more.

Former Google Director Joins the MobiCart Ranks

Former Google Director Joins the MobiCart Ranks

MobiCart announces that leading industrialist and Google’s former Director of Online Sales and Operations, Stephen Lusty has joined them as Chairman and Investor. MobiCart is taking m-commerce to a new level of personalization by enabling anyone to quickly deploy a native storefront application on iOS and Android devices. With its portfolio of m-commerce shopping cart solutions it provides a smart, simple and unique path to taking a business mobile reaching customers 24/7.

3D Storybook App Ranks in Top 20 iPad Books

3D Storybook App Ranks in Top 20 iPad Books

Berkeley, California – The first children’s 3D e-book iPad app, “3D Storybook – The Wrong Side of the Bed 3D!” has consistently ranked in the top 20 iPad Books category in the U.S. for the month of April and early May. Released on April 4, 2010 with the iPad launch, the app entered the top 20 on the same day, debuting at number 11. Based on the success of this first 3D title, See Here Studios has ramped up production for more 3D children’s e-books and interactive educational apps.
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Steve Jobs Ranks 136th Place Among The World's Billionaires

Steve Jobs Ranks 136th Place Among The World’s Billionaires

Steve Jobs CEO of Apple was just ranked in Forbes list of the world’s billionaires in 136th place. Jobs reportedly has an approximate net worth of $5.5 billion. His self made fortune comes from his early investments into Apple and Pixar. Pixar was purchased from George Lucas for only $10 Million, Jobs later sold Pixar to Disney in 2006 for $7.4 billion in stock.
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