Late News: DeNA Launches Mobage Worldwide, iPhone 5 Enhanced Facial Recognition, Motorola Droid Bionic Coming in September?

Japanese social gaming firm DeNA has launched its successful mobile social gaming platform Mobage for Android users across the globe. The Tokyo, Japan-based social gaming company in collaboration with its subsidiary firm ngmoco on Wednesday released the English version of its super successful gaming platform Mobage on Google’s Android Operating System worldwide.

Telecom and broadband service provider Virgin Media has registered rise in the total revenue generated during the second quarter of the current fiscal year. According to CBR, Virgin Media has reported total revenue of £985.8 million for the second quarter that ended on June 30 this year, which is nearly 2.2 percent up from £964.2 million registered during the same quarter last year.

The soon to be released iOS 5 operating system is apparently hiding a secret feature. Apple's iOS 5 update, that will be accompanying the fifth generation iPhone, is going be capable of more advanced facial recognition, 9to5mac reports.

Luminate, which was formerly known as Pixazza, has launched the world’s first platform that allows clients to create image applications. The company, which is backed by Google Ventures among others, creates interactive images by adding related information to the images by using complex algorithms and photo tagging.

Motorola’s highly awaited Smartphone, Droid Bionic is rumoured to be released in September this year via network carrier company Verizon. According to tech website Slashgear, Motorola Inc. has informed carrier company Verizon to prepare for the launch of its Smartphone Droid Bionic and has given September as the release month.