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Moshi Monsters boss steps down on YouTube

The boss of Mind Candy, the company behind popular kids social network Moshi Monsters, has taken to YouTube to announce his resignation as CEO, but will continue in a more “creative role” as the social network.

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14/07/2014  |  Full story...

Moshi Monsters maker launches ‘Instagram for Kids’ with PopJam

Mind Candy, the team behind the popular Moshi Monsters kids social network, has launched a new content sharing app PopJam.

09/07/2014  |  Full story...

Moshi Monsters maker unveils mobile-focused kids game ‘World of Warriors’

Mind Candy, the team behind the hugely popular Moshi Monsters game, has revealed it is working on a new title with a mobile focus.

View a promo for the new game here:

30/05/2014  |  Full story...

Childrens’ social network ‘Moshi Monsters’ expands customer service channel with Eptica

Family entertainment company Mind Candy is deploying Eptica’s multichannel customer service platform across email, phone, web, chat and social media channels.

25/09/2013  |  Full story...

Mobile phone ‘most important digital possession’ to 10-15 year olds

The Mobile phone is considered the most important digital possession amongst 10-15 year olds, with BlackBerry's BBM remaining the top brand, according to new research. The Amaze Generation study looks into the attitudes of today's ‘digital natives’ towards ownership and possession of technology, and the influence it is having on their overall identity. The Amaze Generation study is a five-year research project looking at the impact of technology on the behaviour and attitudes of 10-15 year olds.

13/09/2012  |  Full story...

Top 10 UK social networks: Facebook bounces back after decline

Facebook still dominates the UK social network sector, with nearly 54% of the market share, but YouTube remains the fastest growing, according to new research from Hitwise. After three consecutive months of declining share of visits within the UK social networking market, Facebook picked up again in June, with a 0.11% growth in market share of visits between May and June 2011, Hitwise found. YouTube was the fastest growing social network for the fourth consecutive month, with more than twice as much growth as Facebook during June.

13/07/2011

13/07/2011  |  Full story...

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