Mojang: maker of smash-hit ‘Minecraft’

Mojang AB is a Swedish independent video game developer founded in May 2009. Mojang's company headquarters is in Stockholm. The popular game Minecraft. Picture: Carl Manneh as CEO. photo: Johan Jeppsson
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The Swedish start-up behind low-tech graphics game ‘Minecraft’

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China telecoms spending buoys Huawei

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