A $5m investment, impressive downloads of Gameloft's Minion Rush, Apple's big iPhone 5S reveal and much more.
It's Friday, which means time to reveal Mobile Entertainment's ten most read stories of the week, from Friday, September 6th to Thursday, September 12th.
Among the stories that gathered eyeballs this week was the reveal that HTML5 games company BoosterMedia had received a $5 million investment from Neomobile, while Gameloft's Despicable Me: Minion Rush has reached 100 million downloads.
Further along the list, Apple's iPhone 5S arriving proved to be popular with readers, as did Nissan introducing a smartwatch. Yep, you read that last part correctly.
Check out the full top ten below.
Investment will help deliver mobile games across web portals and app stores.
The epic app shows no signs of slowing as it says more updates are in the pipeline.
Ignore the hype. Fingerprint scanning is about selling more iPhones. And it will probably succeed.
The device monitors brainwaves, heart rate and delivers personal messages.
Director of digital employment agency, Ross Wellby, reveals how brands are keen to adopt the technology and what key innovations have been witnessed.
The UK mobile video audience grew 262 per cent in one year.
'Native advertising' campaign goes live on the app that showcases movie trailers.
The SDK 400 includes new ad formats, built-in analytics and free segmentation.
The platform lets you get the beers in and pass the vouchers around on Facebook.
More than 28 per cent of smartphone users already plan to upgrade to the new Apple device.