FarmVille creator Zynga has a new social game launching today on Facebook, called FrontierVille.
How can everyone not be excited when there are more than 1 million comments on a Facebook post? A woman and more than 100 fellow FrontierVille aficionados claim to have achieved this.
Game developer expected to go public next month at a value below a recent estimated value of $14 billion.
Social gaming giant Zynga is apparently set to plan its IPO after the Thanksgiving holiday, according to a Bloomberg report.
For every interesting thing we learned about the Kindle Fire today, there were one or more important questions not answered.
The social-gaming site may put off its IPO until November in light of the stock market's recent roller-coaster ride, according to the New York Post.
The FarmVille creator lays out key numbers in its SEC filing, including its first-quarter profit, as it joins the rush of start-ups that see promise in being publicly traded.
With more than 97 million players, Zynga's CityVille Facebook game is even more of a phenomenon than its predecessor FarmVille -- and without a lost cow in sight. A new iPhone app aims to help.
Vision care professionals are in agreement: despite rampant complaints, a design change to Facebook's home page that shrinks the font size will not, in fact, make anybody go blind.
At the newly minted GDC Online (formerly GDC Austin) the real stars of the show were FarmVille, FrontierVille, and the other Facebook games that regularly bring in tens of millions of monthly players.