Virtual Reality

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Virtual Reality

A computer simulation that takes data inputs and uses a stated methodology to create outputs. Virtual reality is used in gaming. Likewise, it is important in science and business to predict future trends.
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occasional sales of virtual goods from a single account for real money,
lets users pay for virtual goods using their mobile phones.
One virtual world, Second Life, gets around that dilemma by granting its players the intellectual property fights to the virtual goods they create.
Payments for subscription and Virtual Goods are at mobile APP price levels, are offered through the website, and supported globally through PayPal.
5 ( ANI ): Gaming giant Zynga has started accepting top cryptocurrency bitcoin as a payment option for gamers buying tokens for virtual goods.
One of the largest social gaming communities for people to socialize, play games, and buy virtual goods for self expression, gifting, and competitive advantage, Tylted has 35 games titles and over 15 million unique worldwide players.
20 September 2012 - Oomba Inc, a US company developing a software as a service (SaaS) platform for the exchange of virtual goods, said it had taken over Sifaka Productions LLC, a virtual world, for an undisclosed sum.
The plunge in the social video game developer's shares came after its quarterly report indicated a severe slowdown in growth, rattling conficence in a company company that has built its entire business model on the sale of virtual goods primarily within Facebook itself, a company that was (http://www.
To position their platforms for the future, Martin said competitors will need to move quickly into the virtual goods space before Apple and Android consolidate their already sizeable leads in paid downloads.
InMobi SmartPay is targeted at app developers, game companies and content providers in the mobile content and virtual goods sector and provides a one-time, no-cost, single point of integration across multiple countries.
The games generate revenue through the sale of virtual goods or services.
The company's first vertical API bundles include three social bundles supporting the creation of new mashups in the social gaming, advertising and virtual goods markets.
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