We all love Angry Birds, but seriously, there comes a time where enough is finally enough.
Honoring excellence in the mobile app arts, Angry Birds and Facebook are among the inaugural winners of the so-called Appy Awards.
A new Angry Birds game is on the way, but don't bother looking for it in the Android Market. Developer Rovio will only be releasing it through Amazon's new digital app storefront.
The iPhone game that just might never die is getting yet another holiday-themed update, this time to celebrate the fact that even though they're Angry, these Birds can also have the luck of the Irish.
Well, they're still angry but at least they're getting a little love with the newest version of Angry Birds themed around Valentine's Day.
Just as Angry Birds was knocked from the top spot on Apple’s App Store free app list, Rovio announced that it will be producing an animated series based on the wildly popular mobile title.
The developer of one of Android's most downloaded games ever has come forward to say complaining about the operating system's "fragmentation" is nothing more than a cop out for app creators.
It's not just iPhone owners who are becoming addicted to the idea of slinging ball-shaped birds into buildings surrounded by green pigs. Android gamers are also getting in on the action, as the game has now been downloaded 7 million times there.
Angry Birds has become a runaway success on the iPhone, and is now gaining unrivaled success on Android as well. That's because developer Rovio decided to make it available on Google's operating system for free.