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"Where are all the women at?"

"Where are all the women at?" Nearly 40% of the developers on the team are women, including team lead and Zynga GM Nicole Opas.And that doesn't necessarily mean that if you don't see a women ahead of you, that opportunity isn't there.

There's a 'GIFs Against Friends' messenger game because the internet is the worst

There's a 'GIFs Against Friends' messenger game because the internet is the worst Zynga is putting out a sort of follow-up today to their incredibly popular, incredibly addictive Words With Friends mobile game.We're obsessed with memes and GIFs, and GIFs Against Friends trades in that obsession.

E3 2017: Keeping gamers and games nnected for the win

E3 2017: Keeping gamers and games nnected for the win You can stay connected and informed about activities throughout the show with the E3 2017 mobile app.Achieving the ultimate interconnection between gamers and games with a high-quality user experience is what powers the $108.

Google, Apple, and Microsoft stocks were all priced $123.47 in one very weird moment Monday

Google, Apple, and Microsoft stocks were all priced $123.47 in one very weird moment Monday For one moment on Monday afternoon, the prices of several stocks on Nasdaq — including those of Amazon, Apple, eBay, Google, and Microsoft — were all priced exactly the same, $123.If it were true, Google's market cap would fall from $623 billion to about $83 billion, while Microsoft's market cap would be propelled to nearly $1 trillion.

2 tech billionaires launch 'WTF' to save the Democratic Party with ... billboards

2 tech billionaires launch 'WTF' to save the Democratic Party with ... billboards The cofounders of two tech giants have teamed up to rethink the Democratic Party.On the Fourth of July, they launched a project called WTF — short for "Win The Future" — that is virtually crowdsourcing a political agenda on Twitter, Recode reported.

'Words With Friends' might get a TV show. But...why?

'Words With Friends' might get a TV show. But...why? It's been roughly eight years after the Scrabble knock-off Words With Friends launched.And now, the hit game's developer Zynga announced that it may develop a TV show focused around the competitive word game.