Cut the Rope maker files to cancel King's confectionery trademark in the European Union.
Audeze's astonishing headphones are better than ever.
A Connecticut man really doesn't like ice, so he tweaked his refrigerator's ice machine to dispense something a lot sweeter.
When Tokyo model Harutamu uses elaborate fingernail art to promote Candy Crush, her nails make for a sweet ad campaign.
The company's shares head down 10 percent from their opening price on Wednesday, and are showing no signs of making a comeback.
Company expects to raise about $500 million, for a value of more than $7 billion.
Although the Candy Crush developer cancelled its trademark application for the word "candy" in the US, creators in Europe may still come under fire.
It seems that a large, logical brain isn't enough to crush it at Candy Crush. Its mathematical difficulty level is very high.
King makes 180 game titles but only one that really matters. The soon-to-be public company will need its big hit to avoid the rise-and-fall fate of social games.
Games maker King says $613 million is possible if it can offer 25.5 million shares at $24 each. That would give it an overall valuation of $7.6 billion.