Zynga, the video game maker most known for its Facebook game Farmville, has just launched an ambitious new title.
Online gaming is bigger than ever thanks to Facebook and mobile devices like Apple's iPhone.
"Let's play a love game, play a love game. Zynga, do you want love? I wanna take a ride on your in-game ad."
The social games company that Facebook made a household name is pushing into the mobile market.
If you’ve gotten updates on your Facebook wall about the brown cow you friend just earned, then you are familiar with Zynga’s hit game, Farmville.
A British hacker has admitted stealing 400 billion virtual poker chips from Zynga, valued at as much as $12 million.
Zynga's new game Cityville has become the most popular Facebook game to date, surpassing its own game Farmville in the process.
Having conquered the social gaming industry, Zynga is constantly looking to expand and has bought out a small mobile game developer called Newtoy.
Let's face it, raising chickens isn't everybody's cup of tea, which is why Zynga has decided to try and appeal to more urban Facebook users with the launch of a new game, CityVille.
After a successful stint with its iPhone presence, social gaming giant Zynga has confirmed support for the Google mobile operating system.
Fresh on the heels of a class-action lawsuit being filed against it, social games publisher Zynga has launched an iPad version of its mega hit Farmville.
Privacy issues really are the new black, and Facebook is the most fashionable of the bunch. There's a brand new class-action lawsuit against social games publisher Zynga over claims it unlawfully shares private user data through Facebook.
We all know that hardcore gamers are serious about their rigs and dedication to the geek genre. But are they also a snobby and elitist bunch with little tolerance for social or casual gamers?
Casual gaming company Digital Chocolate has just filed suit against Zynga, the leader in social gaming, because it says it owns the exclusive rights to the name "Mafia Wars."
In what is by far the biggest move from Google into online gaming, the search giant has reportedly agreed to pay $182 million to acquire social game developer Slide.
When it comes to the new market of "social games," a few names always pop out - Zynga, Facebook, Farmville, EA's Playfish... but actually, one of the most important players is Amazon.
Perhaps Google was just too tired of reading about how it is becoming overthrown by Facebook, so now Google is reportedly investing hundreds of millions of dollars into one of Facebook's biggest cash cows.
When the world's most popular social media game meets the world's most popular mobile phone, you can't help but feel the synergy.
Zynga has launched a new Facebook game set in America's Wild West that allows players to "tame" the wilderness, raise a family and help build a frontier town.
Mediocre players of games such as Zynga Poker, Mafia Wars and FarmVille may have to live with the consequences of their inadequacy. Zynga Game network, one of the biggest social games makers around, is suing playerauctions.com for selling virtual currency and goods.