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British firm Mind Candy made a loss of £2.2m in 2013 due to falling revenues from its Moshi Monsters children’s brand, and heavier investment in the mobile apps that it hopes will secure the company’s future.
Bandcamp will offer a subscription service directly between the musicians and their fans.
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Internet dating has certainly taken a new technological turn and is migrating from desktop to smartphone.
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British developer Mind Candy delighted tens of millions of children with its Moshi Monsters virtual world, before watching many of them drift away to mobile games like Candy Crush Saga and Clash of Clans.