Angry Birds IPO To Come in Next Few Years

The Finnish company that brought us the joy of hurling exploding black bomb-birds into crowned green pigs says they are eyeing an initial public offering within the next 3 to 4 years. Chief Marketing Officer Peter Vesterbacka said that although…

Angry Birds Going After China

While reveling in their recent success — 140 million downloads, ya’ll — Rovio announced their next move for the Angry Birds franchise. The target? The far east; China, to be exact. The goal for the company behind Angry Birds isn’t…

Angry Birds Magic Gets NFC

I don’t know about you guys, but I feel like I’ve been neglecting Angry Birds.  I mean, our romance was so hot and heavy at first.  But after a while I had seen all that it could offer me and…

Reservoir Birds Channels Tarantino, Angry Birds

Here’s some Friday fun for you, the readers: The popularity of the award-winning game/application “Angry Birds” is undeniable. It’s already considered the best iPhone game for 2011 by one publication; meanwhile, the year has eight more months to go before…

Addicted to Angry Birds? Mike Tyson’s Got A Cure

Noted pigeon racer, Mike Tyson, is offering a helping hand for those you having difficulty beating your addiction to Angry Birds on your tablet device, and it comes in three easy steps. Or fewer. Actually, one step is all it…

Angry Birds Developer Calls For Death Of Console Gaming

The television was supposed to kill radio. The internet is supposed to stab television in the back. Email is supposedly going to be dead in a few years due to social media. I wonder if Twitter will commit harikari in…

Angry Birds Rio: Exclusive For Android Devices & Amazon Appstore

The next installment of Rovio’s uber-popular Angry Birds saga, Angry Birds Rio, will be an Android exclusive release, but you won’t be able to get it from the Android Market. If you’re left scratching your head about how you can…

Angry Birds Completes Flight To Android

Don’t be surprised if a lot of Android users spend more than a few extra minutes toying with their phones today.  A free version of Angry Birds, the game that’s occupied the top spot in Apple’s App Store for months, has finally been released for Google’s mobile operating system.