During the Zynga Unleashed event Zynga announced "Project Z" which will be a way for Zynga gamers to play games independent of a social network. Zynga also announced a few new games including CastleVille for gamers who can't get enough for FarmVille or…
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With more people spending time on the popular social network each month, Facebook seems to have the public's attention and continues to dominate other Web properties in regards to time spent on the site.
Google Plus has reached a new high, with traffic up 1,269% and a spot in the top ten social networking sites--though still behind Facebook and even MySpace.
Zynga brings Facebook's most popular game, CityVille, to Google+ and hope that you are willing to ask a whole new group of people to be your neighbor.
The social network gaming giant has seen a massive decline in profits following recent expansions, which could seriously hurt its planned IPO bid.
Rovio Mobile, the group responsible for Angry Birds, is expanding to become a publisher for independent studios.
The New York Post says social gaming giant Zynga isn't in any hurry to go public, and may wait until the end of the year.
Facebook has made some major changes to its app platform — and we can already see that they're not all good.
As Zynga gets closer to going public, their internal figures show a company with healthy revenue sources.
Up to this point, only iPhone and Android users have understood the gaming addiction of Words With Friends. Zynga is bringing the popular mobile word game to the web version of Facebook.
Facebook is continuing development of Project Spartan, its HTML 5-based mobile payment system.
Can Zynga repeat their massive success of casual, social games in the Chinese market? A new version of CityVille is launching in China in the next few days.
Google+ will soon challenge Facebook further with a new Games section, evidence of which has appeared on a Google help page.