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Tencent Will Pay $126 Million for 15 Percent Stake in Glu Mobile

Glu Mobile has struck a major deal with Tencent, selling 21 million shares, or 14.6 percent of the total, to the Chinese Internet giant for $126 million. 328 more words


Re/actions: Smartphones and Hunting, Together at Last!

Finally, a smartphone photography accessory more dangerous than the selfie stick.

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For the mobile phone owner not satisfied by the make-believe of… 272 more words


One Flew Over The Cuckoo's Nest

So many great movies were made in the 1960s to early 1980s. It was a time of great creativity in the world.

Movies like Bullitt, Vanishing Point, One Flew Over the Cuckoos Nest, The Seven Samurai, Straw Dogs, Easy Rider, Midnight Cowboy, Midnight Express, Serpico, Taxi Driver, Dirty Harry, The Party, Apocalypse Now, Rambo First Blood, Reds, The Sea of Love, Lawrence of Arabia, Dr Zhivago, Deer Hunter, Tess, The French Connection, Sophie’s Choice, The Good, the Bad and the Ugly, The Graduate, Chinatown, The Godfather and so many others. 447 more words

Vera's X Casual Connoisseur 'Vronsky'

We were lucky enough to be witness the shoot for this highly anticipated collaboration and can truly say how great these are.

The fourth collaboration between Vera’s and Casual Connoisseur brings us these handmade ‘Vronsky’ boot, namesake taken from the film, ‘Deer Hunter’. 108 more words


The Deer Hunter 2014 Holiday Update is Really... Festive

The most recent addition to the nearly 20-year-old Deer Hunter game franchise is Glu Mobile’s Deer Hunter 2014. Just as you might expect, the game is about traveling to exotic locales with an array of weapons in order to hunt deer and various other fauna. 81 more words


December 6-Invasion-compliments of Don Metzger

Got a pleasant surprise when just after dark my front door bell rings. I look out on my porch and see my home has been invaded by two male hunters. 213 more words

Beer Of The Day

Kim Kardashian Game Mints Glu Mobile $43 Million in Three Months

Kim Kardashian’s popularity isn’t showing any signs of a decline — at least not on mobile platforms.

The free-to-play app-based game “Kim Kardashian: Hollywood” has generated $43.3 million in sales from its launch on June 27 through the end of September. 264 more words