Amp'd Purchase Reveals More Plans For Carrier
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Aug 15, 2005, 12:55 PM by (staff)
Amp'd today announced that they bought the development arm of Ninja Mobile. Ninja created the ROPE platform, which is the BREW-based environment that the Amp'd interface is based on. In an attempt to set themselves apart and keep their platform to themselves, Amp'd decided to bring the development team in house. The team will not just be work on the interface but on ROPE-based applications which reveal a few new details about what the MVNO will offer on launch. The Ninja team will be responsible for dating, blogging, multi-player gaming and location based applications.
source: Amp'd Mobile
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