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    Monday, February 4, 2013
    GameStop's Kongregate Lauches $10M Fund To Spur Games
    Grapevine, Texas-based GameStop is funding a new, $10M fund being run by its Kongregate online gaming site, the two said Monday. Kongregate said its new, $10M fund is specifically earmarked for investing in indepent game developers, developing free-to-play, mobile games. Kongregate said it will also offer up distribution, financial assistance, consulting services and marketing support to those developers (More info...)

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    GameSalad Launches iOS Universal Binaries
    Mobile game developers who have been using tools from GameSalad, the Austin- and Los Angeles-based software developer, to create their iOS games, are a bit happier today, thanks to a release from GameSalad. GameSalad has launched a new iOS Universal Binary feature, which shortcuts the amount of work required to publish games on iOS. The firm said it now is shipping Universal Binaries which work on all iOS platforms, which means that developers no lon (More info...)

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    SpareFoot Sweetens Pot For Move-Your-Startup-To-Austin Prize
    If you're a startup looking for a good place to build your business, it's looking even better--if you're the winner of Capital Factory's "Move Your Startup to Austin" contest. According to Austin startup SpareFoot, it's throwing in a year of free storage to the winner of the contest, being held at SXSW Interactive--on top of the existing prizes in the contest (More info...)

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    Encryptics Wins Texas IT Department
    Frisco, Texas-based data privacy and encryption software provider Encryptics announced today that it has been selected by the Texas Department of Information Resources. Financial impact of the win was not disclosed. Encryptics said it will be deploying the state's first implementation of device-level, email encryption. Encryptics, which is led by Mitch Scherr, provides data protection software which use encryption and other security techniques to ma (More info...)

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    AT&T Debuts New Mobile Hotspot For $1
    Dallas-based AT&T has rolled out another mobile hotspot, hoping to get customers to use its 4G LTE data network for multiple devices. AT&T said it has launched the AT&T Unite, a 4G LTE mobile hotspot from Sierra Wireless. AT&T said the hotspot connects up to 10 Wi-Fi enabled devices through its 4G network, and costs only $0.99 with a two year agreement; AT&T is encouraging users to add those hotspots to its AT&T Mobile Share plans, which costs $20 a month. (More info...)

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    Solera Holdings Buys Another Insurance Software Firm
    Westlake, Texas-based automobile insurance claims processing software provider Solera Holdings said Friday that it has acquired yet another provider of insurance software. Solera said it has acquired HyperQuest, a developer of software used to lower the processing costs and automate the manual processes from out-of-network and subrogation claims. Financial terms of the buy were not disclosed. HyperQuest's tools allow insurance companies to all (More info...)

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