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Words with Friends players richer than Angry Birds fans?

Study shows that people who play Word With Friends are likely to have a higher salary than Angry Birds players and that the latter tend to skew Republican.

By 10 April 2012


Zynga brings Words With Friends to Facebook

The popular Scrabble-like game is the first that Zynga has ported from a mobile platform to the world's largest social network.

By 6 August 2011


Words With Friends: Like Scrabulous for iPhone!

Actually, it's better than Scrabulous, because you can play it anytime, anywhere, without being tied to Facebook. There's even a free version. Goodbye, productivity!

By 11 March 2010


Virtual reality wants to rule video games. Here's who will rule VR

Soon you'll don a high-tech headset as easily as you reach for your controller. Watch for blockbuster launches in the year ahead that pave the way to the brave new virtual world. Facebook and Valve lead the charge.

By 22 May 2015


Learn college-level vocabulary words by texting with friends

Feeling insufficiently erudite? Get ready to enroll in Words U, a messaging app that aims to improve your word power.

By 13 March 2015


What's the one mobile game you can't stop playing?

Addicted to Trivia Crack? Crossy Road? Room-escape puzzles? Let's talk up the games you can't put down.

By 5 February 2015


Five ways to lower your smartphone data consumption

Which apps and services are the worst offenders when it comes to chewing through your data plan?

By 8 January 2015


Watch penguins get all aflutter over iPad games

At Aquarium of the Pacific, aviculturists discover penguins love playing iPad games meant for cats. No word if they've mastered Angry Birds.

By 6 January 2015


More Kabam employees sell stock

The San Francisco game maker for the second time has allowed employees to sell their stock. Kabam says it did not raise any money for itself.

By 10 December 2014


iRobot's military bots answer to one tap on a tablet

A new app makes it easy to control iRobot's defense and security robots. Also, AT&T pays for mobile "cramming," and Snapchat will soon feature advertisements.

By 10 October 2014