"Since 2004, the predominant format for syndication of online content." --American Heritage Dictionary, 2013.
Didn't check, per se, but the smart money says "nobody's taken it."
118 Google results, few if any in English.
All available. How many 4-letter words can you say that about? Huh?
"Zynq it up, dude."
[MartinAtkins] So this is just a wacky spelling of "Zinc", right?
[AsbjornUlsberg] The 'y' gives me associations to "Synch", as in "synchronize", which is kinda dumb. Zinq would be better, if the association was to be with "Zinc" and not with "synchorize". Also, there are a lot of 4-letter words that are available. Any wierd combination of letters, especially with lesser used letters like "z" and "q" have a big chance of being available.