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  • Facebook files to go public

    Facebook files to go public
    Facebook filed paperwork Wednesday to allow it to go public this spring, a deal being closely watched internationally — and especially at Baltimore's T. Rowe Price Group, which holds a stake of about $400 million in the social-networking behemoth...
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  • Virtual sports betting comes to Facebook

    Virtual sports betting comes to Facebook
    As president of a company that just came out with a game on Facebook called "Sports Casino," Matthew Cullen is surprisingly OK with the prospect that the U.S. is not likely to see legalized online gambling anytime soon. Cullen's company, RocketPlay does,...
  • Phelps, Maryland's Olympians welcomed home

    Phelps, Maryland's Olympians welcomed home
    Arriving aboard the Pride of Baltimore II and hailed by a cannon blast from the Constellation, Michael Phelps and Maryland's other Olympic athletes were celebrated in true local style Monday afternoon by elected officials and an Inner Harbor crowd. "I...
  • Zynga calls EA lawsuit 'baseless,' countersues

    Zynga calls EA lawsuit 'baseless,' countersues
    Zynga Inc. has fired back at Electronic Arts Inc., calling EA's copyright infringement lawsuit against it "baseless" and filing a countersuit alleging that the video game giant for prevented its employees from leaving to work for Zynga. “Today we...
  • Friday Buffet: 'NCAA Football 13' gets its coverboy, Zynga makes a power play and game critic drama

    Friday Buffet: 'NCAA Football 13' gets its coverboy, Zynga makes a power play and game critic drama
    News Roundup •••• Zynga is branching off into its own social gaming platform, making the entrypoint for “Farmville” and “Words With Friends” players a self-contained site rather than Facebook. They also plan to...
  • Monday Meltdown: 'Mass Effect 3' release, GDC shenanigans and the mythical 'Steam Box'

    Monday Meltdown: 'Mass Effect 3' release, GDC shenanigans and the mythical 'Steam Box'
    News Roundup •••• The 26th edition of the Game Developers Conference kicks off in San Francisco today. Follow the official #GDC tag on Twitter for a bunch of people reporting on how hung over they are. [GDC] ••••...
  • 'Mortal Kombat' creator Ed Boon back with DC superhero game

    'Mortal Kombat' creator Ed Boon back with DC superhero game
    Ed Boon was pulling punches. I could tell immediately: Why else would Aquaman be wiping the floor with Batman? Not to mention, I was playing Ed Boon in a video game, a fighting game, that Ed Boon, the king of the fighting-game genre, created. The game...
  • Local gamers share their curiosity about Xbox changes

    Local gamers share their curiosity about Xbox changes
    Check back on this slug frequently for updated details about the Xbox release. Microsoft today showcased details of its next-generation gaming platform, Xbox One, which will succeed the Xbox 360. The announcement at Microsoft's Redmond campus followed...
  • Zynga to cut 18% of workforce

    Zynga to cut 18% of workforce
    Social video game company Zynga Inc. on Monday said it will cut 18% of its staff, or about 520 employees. The struggling maker of games such as "FarmVille" and "Words With Friends" is making the cuts as part of an effort to reduce costs by $70 million...
  • California Film Commission sees big jump in tax credit applications

    California Film Commission sees big jump in tax credit applications
    The California Film Commission saw a nearly 20% jump in the number applications for its annual film tax credit lottery. The Film Commission said 380 projects had applied for a piece of the $100 million the state allocates annually for film and...