January 24, 2007 lecture by Kristin McDonnell for the Stanford University Computer Systems Colloquium (EE 380). This talk focuses on the opportunities for growth in the mobile consumer market - casual games and the female market are forecasted to be two of the industry's primary growth drivers- and provides an overview of the industry's value chain.
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