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  • / Marketing

    Consumers are buying digital goods in new ways

    Facebook’s virtual currency, Facebook Credits, is becoming a more common way for consumers to buy virtual goods. And iPhone users represent an increasing share of this growing market.

    Posted 05/28/2010Internet RetailerPost a comment

    Facebook’s virtual currency, Facebook Credits, is becoming a more common way for consumers to buy virtual goods. And iPhone users represent an increasing share of this growing market.
  • / Press Release

    Wazzamba Wins by Partnering With GlobalCollect

    Virtual world developer Wazzamba teams up with GlobalCollect, the world`s premier payment service provider of local e-payments, to process global online payments Amsterdam, The Netherlands – March 16, 2010 -- Wazzamba (www.wazzamba.com), a unique online virtual world offering players the chance to win real world travel prizes, has partnered with GlobalCollect for processing all its online payments across the world. By using the single interface...

    Posted 03/17/2010

    Virtual world developer Wazzamba teams up with GlobalCollect, the world`s premier payment service provider of local e-payments, to process global online payments Amsterdam, The Netherlands – March 16, 2010 -- Wazzamba (www.wazzamba.com), a unique online virtual world offering players the chance…
  • / Technology

    Build-A-Bear constructs a virtual habitat for stuffed animals

    Build-A-Bear Workshop has launched Buildabearville.com, a virtual world where visitors can create a character, decorate its online home and participate in games and quests.

    Posted 12/19/2007Mark BrohanPost a comment

    Build-A-Bear Workshop has launched Buildabearville.com, a virtual world where visitors can create a character, decorate its online home and participate in games and quests.
  • / Press Release

    The Electric Sheep Company Unveils New Viewer for Second Life

    Easy-to-Use Viewer Debuts in Conjunction With CSI: New York Virtual Experience SAN JOSE, Calif.--The Electric Sheep Company, the leading media and technology company focused on virtual worlds, today introduced OnRez, a new viewer for the 3D virtual world Second Life®. As part of its efforts to bring virtual worlds to the mass market, The Electric Sheep Company created the OnRez viewer to improve the Second Life experience and lower the barrier to...

    Posted 10/16/2007

    Easy-to-Use Viewer Debuts in Conjunction With CSI: New York Virtual Experience SAN JOSE, Calif.--The Electric Sheep Company, the leading media and technology company focused on virtual worlds, today introduced OnRez, a new viewer for the 3D virtual world Second Life®. As part of its efforts to…
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    Retailers look for real value in virtual worlds—but their expectations of what defines success have to change.

    Posted 09/27/2007Internet RetailerPost a comment

    Retailers look for real value in virtual worlds—but their expectations of what defines success have to change.
  • Sears, IBM launch a virtual 3-D store on Second Life

    Sears Holdings Corp. and IBM Corp. have opened a prototype 3-D showroom called the “Sears Virtual Home” on Second Life, a multi-player virtual world where people interact, play, do business and communicate online.

    Posted 01/09/2007Kurt PetersPost a comment

    Sears Holdings Corp. and IBM Corp. have opened a prototype 3-D showroom called the “Sears Virtual Home” on Second Life, a multi-player virtual world where people interact, play, do business and communicate online.
  • / Marketing

    Circuit City sees the virtue of virtual marketing

    IBM and Circuit City Stores Inc. are moving virtual worlds and 3-D environments out of video games and into the e-retailing marketplace.

    Posted 12/20/2006Bill BriggsPost a comment

    IBM and Circuit City Stores Inc. are moving virtual worlds and 3-D environments out of video games and into the e-retailing marketplace.

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