Bradshaw aims for bullseye with phone games

August 31st, 2004 by Arjan Olsder Posted in People | No Comments »

Digital Bridges founder and all-round technology guru Kevin Bradshaw hopes his new company can persuade us to take on friends at darts or pool on our mobiles.

Technology guru Kevin Bradshaw has kept a low profile over the past year. He has been more likely to be found in Princeton, New Jersey, than his home town of Burntisland, Fife. And while his name has been linked to several new companies in Scotland, the 34-year-old has lurked behind the scenes as an “investor” or “adviser”.

The founder and former chief executive of Scottish mobile entertainment company Digital Bridges, however, will be making far more appearances on this side of the Atlantic when he helps launch ground-breaking technology for the UK games sector later this year. More …

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