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    Lila Games raises $2.8 million for mobile shooter

    Lila Games has raised $2.8 million to build a game studio and craft a new subgenre of mobile shooter games. It’s another example of the boom in game investing led by game-focused venture capital firms. The company is creating a free-to-play mobile game currently dubbed Project B.L.A.C.K. Lila Games is different in part because its home base will be in Bangalore, India, while most of its founders are in the U.S. Games are expected to hit $174.9 billion in revenue in 2020, and 49{69439eabc38bbe67fb47fc503d1b0f790fcef507f9cafca8a4ef4fbfe163a7c5} of the revenues, or $86.3 billion, will be from mobile games, according to market researcher … Read More

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    Sequoia-backed recycling robot maker AMP Robotics gets its largest purchase order – TechCrunch

    AMP Robotics, the manufacturer of robotic recycling systems, has received its largest purchase order from the publicly traded North American waste handling company, Waste Connections. The order, for 24 machine learning enabled robotic recycling systems, will be used on container, fiber and residue lines across numerous materials recovery facilities, the company said. The AMP technology can be used to recover plastics, cardboard, paper, cans, cartons and many other containers and packaging types reclaimed for raw material processing. The tech can tell the difference between high-density polyethylene and polyethylene terephthalate, low-density polyethylene, polypropylene, and polystyrene. The robots can also sort … Read More

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