Social game behemoth Zynga continues to struggle despite ex-Xbox chief Don Mattrick running the show.
Mark Pincus, co-founder of struggling casual gaming giant Zynga, is bored of games.
"EA and Zynga have resolved their respective claims and have reached a settlement of their litigation in the Northern District of California."
Casual game Farmville is going to merge with casual movie* director Brett Ratner in an animated half-hour TV series based on Zynga's hugely popular Facebook game.
Hacker collective Anonymous has turned its attention to embattled social game maker Zynga.
We knew Zynga was in trouble after it cut five per cent of its full-time workforce yesterday and shuttered 13 games, and in its latest earnings report Zynga revealed that it's lost $52.7 million during Q3 and $160.9 million between 1st January and 30th September.
EA finds no joy in Zynga's collapse.
Update: Zynga CEO and founder Mark Pincus offered a statement detailing the publisher's downsizing. Here are the most pertinent bits:
Shares in the social games behemoth Zynga tumbled to an all-time low last night as boss Mark Pincus told staff everything was okay at the troubled company.
Former EA exec John Schappert has quit FarmVille maker Zynga a week after he was stripped of his duties at the social game behemoth.
Zynga, maker of some of the most popular social games in the world, has hit out at Facebook after its shares plummeted last night.
A sequel to monstrously successful Facebook game Farmville is on its way, developer Zynga has announced.
Mark Pincus, CEO of the social gaming ogre, took the wraps off the title at the company's Zynga Unleashed event in San Francisco earlier today.
Concrete details on exactly what it has planed for the follow-up were scarce, but it will be making the shift to full 3D.
Back in the early '90s, the definition of 'indie' music went under a transformation. What had started as a tag for any act that released music without the help of a major record label became a way of describing - and selling - a sound and a lifestyle. Once it was all about crudely recorded cassette tapes and direct, intimate fan interaction; today it's Coldplay, with all the corporate fixings.
Social gaming giant Zynga is growing a sequel to its agricultural addiction FarmVille, according to a CV spotted online.
Farmville developer Zynga has spent over $1.37 million (£862,000) on personal security for boss Mark Pincus and his family following a series of threats.
Facebook's going public, and the $5 billion (£3.16 billion) IPO filing has revealed all sorts of juicy tid-bits about the colossal online social network.
Zynga quietly purchased four more companies in the latter months of 2011, the social giant has revealed in an interview with Reuters.
A movie based on Zynga's social gaming behemoth FarmVille could be heading to the big screen, according to an IGN report.
It was Oblivion's horse armour that set the alarm bells off for me. There was a mixture of amusement and incredulity, which quickly descended into horror as the numbers started rolling in. It was the beginning of a fragmentation from the boxed product you'd scurried away from the shops to greedily indulge yourself in, towards one where a breadcrumb trail of further expenditure lay between you and completion of an adventure.
Zynga has been sued for stealing the idea and foundations of FarmVille from myFarm maker SocialApps.
Zynga, the social gaming juggernaut responsible for FarmVille and its ilk, believes that games should be free to all.
The booming market for social gaming is about to hit a brick wall, so says games industry veteran Denis Dyack.
FarmVille mastermind Zynga has revealed the next step in its quest for total global domination: GagaVille.
As detailed on VentureBeat, the tie-in will see a Lady Gaga-themed farm arrive in its phenomenally successful Facebook app from 17th May.
Gaga's farm will apparently showcase themes from her music – which means crystals, unicorns and motorbike-riding sheep.
Facebook resource management sim FarmVille is one of the world's most popular online video games. Xbox 360's Live set-up is is one of the world's most popular online video game networks. Surely then, putting the two together makes perfect sense? Not so, says the game's developer Zynga.
All-conquering Facebook game FarmVille has launched an English Countryside level. For real.