It’s official: America a land of young, casual pirates

70 percent of young Americans have pirated content, but many are changing their ways in response to better legal offerings.

And almost none are hardcore infringers.

Source:
http://arstechnica.com/tech-policy/news/2011/11/its-official-america-a-land-of-young-casual-pirates.ars

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Hipmunk comes to Android with a surprisingly slick app

Hipmunk, the San Francisco-based travel search startup, has finally brought its travel search application to the Android operating system.

Hipmunk for Android, which for now only facilitates flight searches, is impressive because it retains all the slickness of the company’s web and iOS offerings.

Source:
http://gigaom.com/2011/09/29/hipmunk-android-app/

King.com Brings Tournaments to Facebook

King.com, one of the leading developers/publishers of casual online titles, has made a name for itself thanks to a unique tournament system for its games, as well as a model for monetizing these types of offerings.

Source:
http://www.joystickdivision.com/2011/02/kingcom_brings_tournaments_to.php