Angry Birds Epic has some fun gameplay that is hobbled by prohibitive IAP and an always-online requirement.
Angry Birds Epic, due for a soft launch in Canada and Australia this week, takes a sharp turn away from the game's traditional mechanic.
Jolla's Sailfish software reaches commercial readiness -- and you'll be able to try it out as a launcher on your Android phone.
Stella! You might not have thought app developer Rovio had any more angry birds left in its cage, but it's found some for Angry Birds: Stella, due to be released this fall.
Two remotes and a special-edition red Roku -- what's not to like? Plus, a sweet deal on the Ouya. Oh yeah!
The company did say, however, that it might need to revisit its relationships with third-party ad networks if their services are being used for spying.
According to the latest documents from Edward Snowden, the NSA and its British counterpart see smartphones and the data being pulled from popular apps as a "golden nugget" of spy resources.
Game maker Rovio says it will keep making spinoffs of its popular Angry Birds franchise "just like Nintendo and its series of Mario-based games."
Angry Birds has long been kind of the sling-shotting, but now it's trying to make a move into racing with Angry Birds Go.
Activision is charging AU$52.95 for Angry Birds Star Wars on the PlayStation 4 — and AU$69.95 on the Xbox 360 and Xbox One.