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WildTangent Promotes Matt Shea to CEO
REDMOND, Wash., May 26, 2015 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- WildTangent today announced that Matt Shea, current company Executive Vice President, has assumed the role of Chief Executive Officer.
WildTangent promotes Sean Vanderdasson to Chief Revenue Officer
REDMOND, Wash., July 9, 2015 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- WildTangent, the leading global app distribution and monetization technology company, today announced the promotion of Sean Vanderdasson to Chief Revenue Officer.
WildTangent Launches Application Management Platform
REDMOND, Wash., March 2, 2015 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- WildTangent today announced Application Management Platform (AMP), a configurable set of cloud-based services for Android devices.
WildTangent announces 25 cent per app install pricing for Android app developers
REDMOND, Wash., July 20, 2015 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- WildTangent, the leading global app distribution and monetization technology company, today announced a 25 cent cost-per-install (CPI) offer for Android app developers ahead of Tune's Postback ...
Game developers must avoid the 'wage-slave' attitude
Alex St. John is the co-creator of the DirectX family of API's at Microsoft and founder of WildTangent Inc., one of the world's earliest and largest downloadable game publishers.
Ultramercial Asks High Court To Clarify Alice Ruling
Ultramercial's patent, which it asserted against video game company WildTangent Inc., covers a method of requiring Web users to watch ads in order to access copyrighted online content.
This CEO Confirmed Your Worst Nightmares About What Employers Really Think of You
Early Tuesday morning, 22-year-old front end developer Amilia St. John published a Medium post skewering her tech mogul dad, WildTangent Inc. founder Alex St. John, for his "sexist, ableist, and racist rants" about the industry.
Video-Streaming Patent Falls in Win for Google, Banks
The ruling invalidating the patent is a victory for closely held WildTangent Inc., which lets consumers play online games after watching an ad.
Federal Circuit flips on Ultramercial v. WildTangent  The National Law Review
Court finally kills infamous patent for watching ads online  Gigaom
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WildTangent Games Emerges From its Beta and Launches Globally Today
REDMOND, Wash., November 16, 2010 /PRNewswire/ -- Today WildTangent Inc. is launching WildTangent Games (www.wildtangent.com) in multiple languages after a three month beta period capturing feedback from game players worldwide.
Ultramercial Wins Amici Support In High Court Cert. Bid
Law360, New York (June 18, 2015, 3:19 PM ET) -- A group of computer-based technology patent holders told the U.S. Supreme Court to hear Ultramercial LLC's appeal of a decision that invalidated its online advertising patent as an abstract idea, saying ...