It's been six years since we first told you about Angry Birds maker Rovio's plans to go public, but now, it seems as though action is on the horizon. The Finnish game maker and animation studio "could list on the stock exchange."
A new trailer for The Angry Birds Movie, based on the hit mobile game franchise, and released by Rovio Entertainment and Sony Pictures, gets to the root of the birds' anger and their feud with the pigs.
Rovio, the embattled developer of Angry Birds and other mobile titles, announced plans to lay off nearly 40 percent of its workforce as part of "restructuring." The company says it'll refocus on games, media, and consumer products.
Rovio's Angry Birds 2 has got off to a flying start (apologies), reaching 10 million downloads in just three days. However, the way the company has incorporated the freemium model into the game appears to have upset a fair few players.
The studios responsible for the Batman V. Superman: Dawn of Justice, Assassin's Creed, and Angry Birds movies have debuted some new images from the films' marketing campaigns ahead of this year's Licensing Expo.
Falling profits and unsustainable expansion have led Angry Birds maker Rovio to make job cuts as it undergoes restructuring in an effort to "reignite growth." Up to 130 positions, equal to 16 percent of the company's workforce, are likely…
Celebrating the milestone of one billion birds flung from its catapult, Rovio has revealed the cast list behind its forthcoming Angry Birds movie. The big names include Jason Sudeikis, Bill Hader, Peter Dinklage, and Maya Rudolph.
At the Georgia Institute of Technology, researchers are using a humanoid robot, an Android tablet and "Angry Birds" to advance a project that will help the rehabilitation of children with disabilities.
Jolla has announced its Sailfish OS is about to reach version 1.0, and when it does, a separate launcher app for Android will be released, giving more people a chance to try the new mobile operating system.
A new batch of documents leaked by Edward Snowden show that the National Security Agency and GCHQ, its counterpart in the UK, have been working to develop ways to access a wealth of personal data through so-called “leaky” apps.