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Develop reports that Rovio, the team behind the massively successful Angry Birds, is looking to get into the publishing business with a stable of mobile indie devs. "We have some plans for this area, but not ready to announce yet," Rovio executive Peter Vesterbacka told Develop. "If we do somethi...

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Angry Birds has surpassed 350 million downloads, according to publisher Rovio's general manager Andrew Stalbow. Speaking with VentureBeat, the executive claims that mobile device users play the game for more than 300 million minutes each day collectively. It's worth mentioning that not all tho...

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After early indications were discovered in Google Plus source code -- and after anyone ever looked at Google Plus and applied common sense -- we knew games would be available on the social network soon. Today, Google began rolling out a small assortment of games, including the ubiquitous Angry...

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Let's boil it down: Angry Birds is about kidnapping and vengeance. A tale of fowl wrath and the sins of sows. This fan-made motion comic is more in line with the themes of Angry Birds than the actual game....

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It doesn't take much effort to see evolving and emerging trends in today's connected world. Memes, popular fashion, even popular methods of becoming inebriated -- basically if we humans hear, read or talk about it we will probably take it on as our own. It's just how we are, we need to fit in wit...

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As promised, Angry Birds' systematic march onto every conceivable platform continues today, as the swine-filled house-wrecking simulator makes the leap to Windows Phone 7. The full game is available for $2.99. A free trial version is also available, containing a handful of levels. If, by some ...

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Rovio's next big plan for Angry Birds is to add in some location-based features, according to GigaOM, with a platform it's calling Angry Birds Magic. The platform will use location-based information on a number of different smartphones (including, presumably, the iPhone, though there's some ref...

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The Next11 Conference, a two-day event where "people discuss and experience how the consumer on the Internet will be evolving," held host to the latest milestone for Angry Birds: a combined 200 million downloads. Admittedly, it's available on everything ... ever. Rovio's Mighty Eagle and Angry...

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Finnish developer Rovio Mobile marked yet another victory in its ongoing plan to bring the incredibly popular Angry Birds to every possible electronic device that human beings use, announcing during Google's I/O 2011 Conference that Angry Birds is available as an in-browser application. Like ... ...

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YouTube wonderband Pomplamoose has a habit for taking catchy pop hits and turning them into even catchier pop hits. Its latest opus, however, came right out of left field: Check out the duo's delightful rendition of the Angry Birds main theme after the jump!...

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Microsoft revealed at MIX 2011 that the Angry Birds phenomenon will be catapulted into Windows Phone 7 on May 25, and that it will support multitasking. There's no word yet if the various spin-offs are also incoming. [Thanks to Engadget for the video.]...

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Bribing people to use new app stores with free Angry Birds is the hot new thing. Soon after Amazon offered a free Android download of Angry Birds Rio as its inaugural Appstore offer, Best Buy and Intel are partnering to slingshot a free PC version of Rovio's mobile hit to US residents via the Int...

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