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Low Latency No. 85: A little birdie told me

Rovio, the company behind Angry Birds, has been accused of using the popular game to leak mobile information to the NSA.

By Jan. 31, 2014


For avian watcher, tweets truly are for the birds

Ever wonder what those birds that wake you up are really trying to say? British bird expert Bill Oddie heads to the zoo to translate chirps into tweets (the Twitter kind).

By Sep. 18, 2012


Artist turns deceased tabby into cat-copter

Warning: Some readers may find the following story disconcerting. An artist turns his dearly departed cat into a flying quadrocopter cat.

By Jun. 5, 2012


Pocket Penguins app: Live-streaming aquatic critters

Live penguins swim, romp, and snooze on your iPhone or Android device with the Pocket Penguins app from the California Academy of Sciences. Tune in for feeding time for an extra dose of semi-aquatic entertainment.

By Jul. 6, 2011


T-Mobile puts on life-size Angry Birds show

Slick smartphone ad only lacks real birds, pigs, and catapults.

By Jun. 10, 2011


Rovio: Angry Birds show moving 'into production'

We've been getting hints of an animated Angry Birds show for a while, but now it's looking official that the popular game will be made into a series.

By Jan. 25, 2011


Report: A CDMA iPhone in testing

Version of Apple's phone that could run on networks ranging from Sprint and Verizon to U.S. Cellular or China Telecom is being tested, Daring Fireball reports.

By Aug. 12, 2010


Angry Birds become lovebirds in Valentine's Day edition

Valentine's Day is fast approaching, and lovebirds can celebrate with a love-themed version of Angry Birds for Android.

By Jan. 24, 2011


A reusable way to tie up your turkey

Foodloop Lace helps you tie up your chicken or turkey without using string.

By Apr. 8, 2009


The 404 678: Where we bite into a Koala Bear (podcast)

We're delving into the bizarre world of Kindlerotica, aka e-reader pR0n, plus a blacklist of words that Google considers too nasty to include in its Instant search feature.

By Oct. 1, 2010