A 4-year-old top-grossing game? How Kingdoms At War is still making money years after launch

Venture Beat JOHN KOETSIER JANUARY 31, 2014 In the fast-paced world of mobile games, you usually sink or swim — fast. And even if you swim, it’s only for a short while. So how has A Thinking Ape‘s Kingdoms at War stayed so high for so long? Kingdoms at War was the eighth-highest grossing game … Read moreA 4-year-old top-grossing game? How Kingdoms At War is still making money years after launch

Fusing Fusion Concepts: Plasma-Jet driven Magneto-Inertial Fusion (PJMIF)

American Security Project Dec 20, 2011 The fusion projects we often hear about fall into one of two camps: Magnetic Confinement Fusion (MCF) or Inertial Confinement Fusion (ICF). Of course, each project has its own spin on fusion. For example, MIT’s Levitated Dipole Experiment (LDX) follows the tokamak model commonly used in MCF, but instead … Read moreFusing Fusion Concepts: Plasma-Jet driven Magneto-Inertial Fusion (PJMIF)

USCL investor and advisor Bob Block on USCL patents

USCL investor and advisor Bob Block speacks about USCL patents and intellectual property at the USCL shareholders’ meeting in 2010. This discussion by Robert Block on the Tamarkin, et al patents as assigned to USCL was made in 2010 and therefore Mr. Block only discusses the home energy display based on the first patent granted … Read moreUSCL investor and advisor Bob Block on USCL patents