Social Web browser Flock just announced that it has been acquired by social gaming giant Zynga , confirming an earlier report in TechCrunch . Chief executive Shawn Hardin wrote that the deal is a “perfect fit” and that “Flock will help Zynga in achieving their goal of building the most fun, social games available to anyone, anytime – on any platform.” ( Zynga has built its massive audience on Facebook, but is now trying to diversify .) The company’s browser allows users to access their social networks while browsing other websites.
This happened just after I switched to RockMelt, and all they seem to have done is ruin one two of chrome's base principles (no tooolbars and a feeble attempt at their own extension store) and missed the main issue, i.e. the base version of chrome it runs on is way behind. by Feb 13