Angry Birds Maker: We Do Not Collaborate With Spies

The maker of Angry Birds, one of the world's most popular video games of any type, today said it "does not share data, collaborate or collude with any government spy agencies." The statement follows a report yesterday that said American and British spies have harvested data collected by the game. » 1/28/14 6:20pm 1/28/14 6:20pm

The Best Thing Angry Birds Ever Did Has Very Little to Do With Angry…

When you were a kid, you probably played with action figures, or something like them. They were awesome. You also played video games, which were similarly awesome. Now they're being brought together in a way that against all odds, isn't horrible and schticky. It actually makes a load of sense. » 7/16/13 1:15pm 7/16/13 1:15pm

If Angry Birds Were Invented In the 80s, It Would Have Worked Like This

Someone called Squirrel Monkey—I like him/her already—is posting these awesome videos showing how the most popular technology would have looked in the 80s and 90s—from this PC-based Angry Birds to an amazing recreation of Google and Twitter in BBS mode. And DrawSomething and the obligatory Facebook too. » 4/03/12 9:53am 4/03/12 9:53am

If Facebook Were Invented In the 90s, It Would Have Worked Like This

Someone called Squirrel Monkey—I like him/her already—is posting these awesome videos showing how the most popular technology would have looked in the 80s and 90s—from this Facebook instructional video to an amazing recreation of Google and Twitter in BBS mode. And Angry Birds and DrawSomething too. » 4/03/12 9:32am 4/03/12 9:32am

Apple Drops Top iTunes App because It Might be Illegal

The grey-market app Any Music Downloader knocked Angry Birds from its perch atop iTunes' Tuesday. AMD would have allowed you to search for any MP3 on the web, download it to your iPhone drive, and then play it back on the AMD player. You even could have synced your newly-discovered tracks back into iTunes to play in… » 5/03/11 7:00pm 5/03/11 7:00pm