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Will CityVille boost engagement on Google's new social-gaming platform?
The popular title has been refreshed and focuses heavily on "player vs. player combat," Zynga says.
The speakers at Facebook's developers conference offer another hint of what to expect. Major announcements could possibly include a complete rewrite of the Facebook platform that developers can use to build new social apps.
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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.
Little-known Agincourt Gaming accuses Zynga of violating its patents and asks a court to force the shutdown of the allegedly infringing games.
Game company reveals valuation, credit line, and new hires in amended S-1 filing for IPO.
The popular Scrabble-like game is the first that Zynga has ported from a mobile platform to the world's largest social network.
The social-gaming company might soon raise approximately $250 million in funding. If it hits that mark, it could be valued at $7 billion to $9 billion, according to The Wall Street Journal.
A regulatory filing paints an intricate picture of the game maker's dependence on the social-networking giant's platform.