This week we talk about a new Star Wars card game, the NSA using Angry Birds to obtain personal data about players, building things with Legos in Chrome, and of course five more apps you don’t want to miss this week!
According to a new report, the NSA and British GCHQ have been trading methods for spying on smartphone apps since 2007. Apps specifically mentioned include Angry Birds, Google Maps and several others.
Angry Birds GO is the latest game out of Rovio and with it comes a fresh premise for the Angry Birds series. Is it any good? Check our review to find out.
Angry Birds Go, the highly anticipated racing title from Rovio, is now available in the Play Store as an IAP-supported free download.
There are many ways you can (some would say must) spend money in Rovio’s Angry Birds themed racer, including an “absurdly expensive” $99 purchase for a Big Bang Special Edition kart
Rovio has announced a new Angry Birds game – Angry Birds Star Wars 2 – which will let players fight on the Pork Side and bring TELEPODS figurines into play. Read on for more details!
What are the first few apps that you should install on your new Android device? Well, we’ve put together a list of some really good must-have’s. Curious to know more? Read on to find out!
Rovio has launched a new feature called Accounts, which is gradually rolling out to all of its games. Excited to know more? Read on to find out!
Haven’t checked out the latest Angry Birds game? It’s okay, we have and we’ve written up a little review to tell you everything about Angry Birds Friends.
On the weekend of March 16-17, Rovio will launch a series of 52 cartoons chronicling the adventures of the Angry Birds and the Bad Piggies. The weekly cartoons will be broadcast on traditional TV channels, via video-on-demand and through a dedicated channel available inside Rovio games.