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EA's tips and tricks for winning the mobile gaming battle

NEW ORLEANS--Playing any game to win means knowing the rules. Electronic Arts has competed in the gaming industry more successfully than most: The 30-year-old company has seamlessly transitioned

Electronic Arts, Telefonica team to offer free mobile games

Telefónica is teaming with Electronic Arts' EA Mobile division to simplify mobile game discovery and adoption across the operator's European footprint. The strategic relationship gives

Report: Glu Mobile takeover buzz heats up--Zynga, EA suitors?

Analysts and investors believe that Glu Mobile is the next likely target for acquisition after social gaming giant Zynga scooped up Draw Something maker OMGPOP for $180 million. Bloomberg reports

Facebook, Apple targeted in mobile app privacy class action suit

A new class action lawsuit alleges that popular mobile applications like Facebook, Twitter and Instagram routinely steal address book data including names, phone numbers, email addresses, job titles

EA Mobile expanding 'The Sims FreePlay' to Android

Electronic Arts will extend its first freemium mobile game The Sims FreePlay to Google's (NASDAQ:GOOG) Android mobile operating system later this month. The Sims FreePlay (pictured) will be

GameStop debuts Android gaming tablets preloaded with EA titles

Videogame retail chain GameStop is now selling gamer-optimized tablets running Google's (NASDAQ:GOOG) Android mobile operating system, rolling out the devices in time for the fast-approaching holiday

EA beats fiscal Q2 estimates, mobile gaming revenues rise to $55M

Gaming giant Electronic Arts reported fiscal second quarter losses of $340 million, up from year-ago losses of $201 million. Revenues reached $715 million, or $1.03 billion on an adjusted basis,

EA Mobile launches free 'Tetris' exclusive on Android smartphones

Electronic Arts' EA Mobile division introduced a free version of the classic puzzle game Tetris optimized exclusively for smartphones running Google's (NASDAQ:GOOG) Android mobile operating system.

Zynga names EA exec Karp to CMO post

Zynga, the social gaming giant behind hit titles like FarmVille, Mafia Wars and Zynga Poker, named former Electronic Arts vice president Jeff Karp to serve as its new chief marketing and revenue

Electronic Arts to acquire PopCap Games

Electronic Arts, a multi-platform game publisher and distributor, announced it would acquire mobile gaming company PopCap Games for around $650 million in cash and $100 million in shares. The price