Fake Bad Piggies games sold in the Google Chrome web store may have infected 80,000 users with malware.
Everyone's favorite game about spherical birds just got a new spinoff.
It has finally happened - the pigs from Angry Birds are getting their own game.
Everyone's favorite avian-flinging game is heading to yet another platform.
Rovio's new mobile game is following in its predecessor's footsteps.
Its first new game franchise since 2009, Rovio has launched another casual sleeper hit called Amazing Alex.
Angry Birds is ready to spread its wings.
Everyone's favorite ill-tempered avian-flinging franchise is heading to the small screen.
The phenomenon known as Angry Birds is taking a giant leap forward into... space?
As promised, the mega popular casual game Angry Birds has made its way to Facebook for the first time.
The vigor with which the RIAA chases after those accused of pirating music has made the organization one the most reviled on the planet.
It's hard to believe Angry Birds hasn't made its way to Facebook yet, but the time has finally come.
Let's think about this rationally for a minute. Yes, Angry Birds is unfortunately one of the most popular video games of all time. But is the avian phenomenon enough to propel the value of Rovio to over a billion dollars?
Would you wrap your newborn up in an Angry Birds baby blanket?
Revenue generated by mobile gaming is projected to increase from less than $5 billion in 2011 to a staggering $16 billion by 2016.
The developer and publisher of Angry Birds now have a reason to be angry themselves, as a technology company called Lodsys is suing them.
The Angry Birds will not stop until they've taken over literally every media platform.
Android gamers who were late to the Angry Birds party are coming in swinging.
"We think beginning a startup is like going in the sauna. You go in naked, you sweat it out, the coaches throw some water on the stones and you come out feeling brand new," said Ville Simola of the Startup Sauna within the Aalto Venture Garage.
If you thought Angry Birds was the simplest of all games, think again. Rovio, the software company behind the Angry Birds franchise, is hoping to take the game to the next level with new location-based functionality.