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Is QuizUp the new Tinder?

This couple met on QuizUp, the mobile trivia game. They’re not the only ones to find love on a gaming app. 

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Tiger Woods just inked a video game deal with Zynga

The studio that brought you Farmville is getting into sports games. 

On by Dennis Scimeca

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Here’s how Tinder plans to make money

Free dating app Tinder has finally narrowed down the ways that it plans to make money.

On by James Cook

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Bitcoin back above $1,000 now that you can spend it in ‘FarmVille’

Is 2014 the year of a stable Bitcoin rise?

On by Joe Kloc

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Bang With Friends sued over preposition, plural noun

With friends like Zynga, who needs fresh ideas?

On by Miles Klee

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Zynga accidentally put this random guy in charge of customer service

Everything went better than expected.

On by Tim Sampson

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Laid off Zynga employee rips the company on Reddit

The ex-employee, one of 520 laid off on June 4, hosted an AMA session, stating in his post title, “What do you want to know about Zynga?”

On by Mike Fenn

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Play Zynga Poker? This hacker might have your password

If you’re one of the millions of people who play Zynga Poker every day, you better start keeping your cards close to your chest.

On by Kevin Morris

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The true price of “free” online

In this series, Digital Self-defense, Steffan Heuer and Pernille Tranberg teach us how to protect our online identity. This week, the authors consider the true price, and value, of “free.”

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Anonymous takes on Facebook, Zynga, and Karl Rove

The hacker collective’s latest concerns are corporate outsourcing and digital election fraud.

On by Lorraine Murphy

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Facebook and Google launch lobbying group, The Internet Association

Yahoo, AOL, and LinkedIn are among the founding members of the association, “dedicated to advancing public policy solutions to strengthen and protect Internet freedom.”

On by Curt Hopkins

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Sports Casino brings betting to Facebook and Zynga

Players can only gamble on football, soccer, and baseball for now, but the company has its eye on more sports—and real money

On by Fidel Martinez

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Monday’s Reddit Digest—the politicians invade!

The weekend saw two more politicial longshots turn to Reddit, clearly hoping the social news site can improve their odds against entrenched opponents.

On by Kevin Morris

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How games play people

The maker of FarmVille, Zynga, is “pooping diamonds,” so now Silicon Valley’s best and brightest are turning everything into a game. That doesn’t mean the rest of us are winners.

On by Owen Thomas

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Zynga teaches you about privacy through a game

Social gaming site Zynga creates a game to teach folks about their privacy

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