Gamers are quickly moving to social, free-to-play titles, resulting in strategy changes for EA's PopCap and other online developers.
The social gaming company's 'Draw Something' and 'Poker' are coming to the Asha Touch.
Shares of Facebook slump as their lockup period ends. Jobless claims rise and housing starts decline, while building permits jump to a 4-year high. Wal-Mart slips on a disappointing outlook. Cisco rallies on a dividend hike.
The online retailer is getting into game design with its first title, a fairly unique entry.
The company is attempting to reinvigorate its online role-playing game by offering a free-to-play version.
The industry is suffering from declining sales and net losses.
JP Morgan, PetSmart and Eli Lilly are downgraded.
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