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  • Motorola Mobility Invests In HTML5 Game Developer And Publisher Moblyng

    Motorola Mobility Invests In HTML5 Game Developer And Publisher Moblyng

    Via its venture arm, Motorola Mobility has made an investment in Moblyng, the game developer and publisher of cross-platform, HTML5-based games. Joining Motorola in the investment round are Mohr Davidow Ventures and Deep Fork Capital. The investment could have been part of this recent filing, which indicated that Moblyng raised $7.5 million out of a $10.9 million round. It appears that… Read More

  • FlipTrack / Moblyng Raising $10.9 Million For HTML5 Games For Mobile Devices

    FlipTrack / Moblyng Raising $10.9 Million For HTML5 Games For Mobile Devices

    Once a company focused on building a slideshow creation tool, FlipTrack in May 2008 decided to change its name to Moblyng and shift its core reason for being to bringing Flash objects to mobile phones. Today, the company seems to have pivoted a third time, now developing cross-platform HTML5 games for mobiles devices. And according to this SEC filing, the company is currently raising nearly… Read More

  • Moblyng Lets You Build Slideshows On Your iPhone

    Moblyng Lets You Build Slideshows On Your iPhone

    Moblyng, the company formerly known as FlipTrack that is focused on taking Flash-based slideshows to mobile platforms, has released an application on Apple’s App Store that allows users to create entertaining slidesshows from their iPhones. You can check out the application here. The free application includes a handful of skins, themes, and effects that can be placed on top of each photo. Read More

  • FlipTrack Changes Name, Takes Flash Objects Mobile

    FlipTrack Changes Name, Takes Flash Objects Mobile

    When we last wrote about FlipTrack in March 2007, it had created a niche for itself by making slideshows that were synced to background music. Since then, the company has reinvented itself: It is now Moblyng, a site dedicated to bringing the embedded flash widgets on social networks to mobile devices. Today, the company has launched a beta of its product, and has announced the closure of a… Read More