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Zynga just wrapped up its developer's conference, and David wonders if it's time to take the social gaming company more seriously. It's pretty incredible how many users the company can generate from their various franchises. The company still has a good relationship with Facebook, but has been improving its own platform, too, making it easier to match gamers up and roll out updates. Could Zynga become a major, but different, platform, like Microsoft's Xbox? David thinks it's possible. And with all the negativity surrounding the stock, it's time to give Zynga's business model a closer look.
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