Words With Friends
When you’re a woman, even something as seemingly innocuous as playing a word game is a different experience.
Words can't express how we feel.
There’s probably only two people left on planet earth who haven’t played this ridiculously addictive version of Scrabble
It all started when my children coaxed me to download the App, "Words With Friends" on my cellphone. What a neighborly sounding game it was! A few clicks and voilà! -- suddenly it was just as I remembered from my own childhood -- except you could take all day long to formulate one word and nobody minded.
Social gaming company Zynga Inc. is suing the makers of casual sex app "Bang With Friends" for trademark infringement. The
Are Israeli companies best suited to just being startups that develop new technology -- to be bought out by larger global companies who can better market and deploy and distribute their products -- or should these companies be allowed to mature in Israel, creating jobs and industry there rather than merely for export?
How does it feel if you beat someone who doesn't know you had the help of a computer to find your words -- words you don't even know the meaning of? How does that possibly feel good? Do you high-five yourself in the mirror after? Just you and your nasty little secret?
On Monday, the law firm Newman Ferrara filed a class action suit against Zynga, claiming that the company's executives acted
I had a birthday a couple of weeks back, and my main present, an iPad, just showed up a few days ago. Thank God it finally got here because I desperately needed a more efficient way to waste time.