Zynga's layoff effectively means the closure of OMGPOP, leaving Zynga's remaining U.S. offices to pick up the slack for the popular Draw Something franchise.
The TV host leaks an image from Draw Something 2 on Twitter. Zynga VP Dan Potter confirms.
The social-gaming company keeps taking hits, and today its stock fell another 12 percent. Here's what it can do to convince investors that it's still kicking.
Amazon's latest e-reader is now shipping after a radiant review, Verizon iPhone 5 users should download a bug fix, and say hello to Zynga-themed board games.
CBS has nabbed a pilot of a TV show based on the Zynga/OMGPOP title, according to a report. If all goes well, the show could begin airing early next year.
Verizon offers faster FiOS connection speeds, Draw Something could become a game show, and a leaked document shows Microsoft's concepts for the Xbox 720.
Despite the game's plummeting popularity, Zynga still sees Draw Something as a valuable franchise.
The Pictionary-like social game goes from more than 14 million daily active users in early April to a little more than 10 million today, AppData reports.
Leaked from today's 404 episode: Facebook pranks, the decline of Draw Something, the next Call of Duty: Blacks Ops game, and Calls From the Public!
Zynga's immensely popular Draw Something just got a bunch of new features that fans of the game have been clamoring for since its launch.