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Angry Birds reaches a 1 billion downloads on Wednesday.
Hit mobile game, Angry Birds has reach over a billion downloads on Wednesday, according to Rovio. The 1 billion count includes all free and paid versions of the Angry Birds games, in all platforms. These are: Angry Birds, Angry Birds Seasons, Angry Birds Rio and Angry Birds Space.Read the rest of the article »
Angry Birds can now be embedded and played on Facebook Timeline through Share & Play option.
Angry Birds fans can now rejoice. Rovio has announced on their official blog that the popular mobile game Angry Birds, can now be played on the Facebook Timeline. The game can now be embedded and played via the “Share & Play” option.
Not only that, players can also embed the game on blogs and webpages, like Tumblr and WordPress. Players have the option to track their scores, by just embedding the HTML code, without the need of downloading the game.
Keep on playing! Fling those birds and beat the green pigs on your Facebook Timeline or on your blog!View Article Source »
Rovio Launches "Fry Me to the Moon", a free new episode for Angry Birds Space.
Good news to android and iOS users, you can now download a new episode of Angry Birds Space, for free. Rovio has released a free episode named, Fry Me to the Moon, that offers 10 new game levels to the hit game.
iOS players are in for a treat because Rovio is also giving away 20 free space eagles, as a thank you for being the most downloaded game in Apple’s App Store. They can also earn one free space eagle, each day they log into the game.
So make sure to download this new episode and pop those piggies in space!View Article Source »
Rovio has launched Angry Birds Space HD for Blackberry Playbook tablet.
“Angry Birds Space features 60 interstellar levels on planets and in zero gravity, resulting in spectacular gameplay ranging from slow-motion puzzles to lightspeed destruction. With regular free updates, brand new birds, brand new superpowers, and a whole galaxy to explore, the sky is no longer the limit!”
To purchase this game version, check out the Blackberry App World and buy the game for $2.99.View Article Source »
Fake Versions of Angry Birds games containing infectious malware, can be downloaded in unofficial Android app stores.
Rovio warns people of fake versions of their Angry Birds game that contains infectious malware. These versions are said to be available for download in various unofficial Android app stores.Read the rest of the article »
Rovio Chief Executive Mikael Hed said that they are working on Angry Birds Space for Windows Phone 7
Rovio Chief Executive Mikael Hed mentioned in an interview with Reuters, that they are working on Angry Birds Space for Windows Phone 7. This announcement just comes after a recent indication that they may not work on a version for WP7.Read the rest of the article »
Rovio's Angy Birds Space has new gravity mechanics that players enjoy
The latest game installation for the Angry Birds Game Franchise, Angry Birds Space is now available for download, after its launch last Thursday.Read the rest of the article »
Angry Birds Creator Rovio, brings game updates to previous installations and to release Angry Birds Space this week
The Angry Bird update for IOS has a tropical themed episode with 15 new levels that are perfect for the beach lovers out there. While Angry Birds Rio, offers 12 exciting new bonus levels for experienced players. These bonus levels can be only unlocked if you have have collected all the fruits and finished all previous levels.
Check out this new game updates and watch out for the release of their new game, Angry Birds Space, later this week.View Article Source »
Technology plays an important role in education. As technology advances, it is utilized to help students of all ages in the process of learning.
If you could notice, there are already several universities and educational institutions to date that require students to have their own tech gadgets such as smartphones and tablet computers. According to these administrators, today’s advanced technology has been very helpful for their student’s learning. They utilize smartphone apps to teach the laws of physics, iPad tablets to practice writing, and Foursquare to guide new students around different campuses.
Meanwhile, although these institutions have revealed the vitality of using technology in providing education, there are still numerous debates arising with regards to this matter. Based from a national survey conducted by Pearson Learning Solutions: “Two percent of college faculty members had used Twitter in class, and nearly half thought that doing so would negatively affect learning.” The University of Massachusetts at Dartmouth also made a survey and found out that “98 percent of higher ed institutions are on Facebook, and 84 percent are on Twitter.
After the skip, you can see the different ways of how schools are using technology in classrooms.Read the rest of the article »
Catapult Angry Birds using your web browser, as the Rovio game hits Google Chrome!
From iOS devices to Androids, Angry Birds lands to people’s web browsers, as the Rovio game comes to Google Chrome. Built on general HTML 5 technologies, the application is a simple web service that runs in any browser – like Firefox 4 or Chrome – that supports HTML 5. The current browser version of Angry Birds is offered for free, while the Might Eagle will come as a premium version via WebStore.
More over, Chrome can install Angry Birds as an app, while gamers using other browsers can bookmark it to get the same effect. So what are you waiting for? Start catapulting Angry Birds on your Google Chrome now!View Article Source »
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