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More and more people around the world are using mobile devices. In some countries, smartphones and other mobile devices serve as replacements for the traditional desktop computer. The mobile gaming industry is growing as a result. Experts say the industry will be worth more than $11 billion dollars this year. Early computers were too slow to process the amount of information needed for realistic pictures, sound and special effects. But processors soon became faster and less costly. Manufacturers began to develop machines designed only for games. Now, smartphones and other mobile devices provide new ways to play games. Gamers and game developers recently showed and tested their products at the Electronic Entertainment Exhibition, or E3, in Los Angeles, California. Gaming industry leaders like Xbox and Playstation demonstrated new products. App Annie is a mobile gaming market research company based in San Francisco, California. App Annie’s Marcos Sanchez says companies that develop games for mobile devices are making huge profits. Yoshio Osaki is the top vice-president of the International Development Group. The official says new companies are doing very well with all the different ways to provide people with games. Many of the gaming companies depend on loyal gamers for fresh ideas. Michael Sayman is a 17-year-old Facebook employee. He says he is working on its new software system called Parse. Parse is designed to help others develop even more applications for mobile devices.