Angry Birds Maker Fails To Recognize Windows Phone 7

Peter Versterbacka

Peter Vesterbacka is the known as the "Mighty Eagle" at Rovio, the company behind the wildly popular Angry Birds. Rovio has confirmed Angry Birds is coming to WP7, but we were curious to hear Versterbacka's thoughts on the mobile landscape when asked how he viewed the various mobile operating systems. Besides Apple and Google, it will be interesting to see how long it … [Read more...]

Rovio Confirms WP7 Angry Birds In The Works

Rovio CEO Mikael Hed talked to TechCrunch in Paris, and handed over a bit of information about the company's plans for Windows Phone 7 and their relationship with Microsoft — a relationship believed strained since Microsoft erroneously claimed Angry Birds was coming to WP7 well before it actually was. Hed confirmed that a WP7 version is in the works, and that the company's … [Read more...]

Angry Birds for Windows Phone 7 Unlikely For This Year

Angry Birds Windows Phone 7

If you've switched platforms and missing your Angry Birds fix, it doesn't appear as if things are going to improve for this holiday season. Rovio has been very active on their Twitter account fielding questions about everything from Christmas Angry Birds to a version for Windows Phone 7. When asked if it was out of the question for this calendar year, their response was "never … [Read more...]

Rovio Bought By EA, Paving the way for Angry Birds for WP7?

Angry Birds for Windows Phone 7

Chillingo, the publisher behind the insanely popular Angry Birds app, has been purchased by Electronic Arts. Yes, the same EA that's bringing four major titles to Windows Phone 7. Rovio has yet to commit to bring Angry Birds to Windows Phone 7 and recently they were none too pleased about an Angry Birds icon appearing on a Microsoft website. Ultimately, most expected Rovio … [Read more...]

Angry Birds Developer Angry About Unauthorized Logo on Windows Phone site

Angry Birds Windows Phone 7

Have you played Angry Birds yet? The app is available for pretty much every mobile platform and it's all kinds of awesome. Naturally, Microsoft would like to see Angry Birds for Windows Phone 7. So much so that it appears they put an icon somewhere on a Windows Phone 7 site highlighting apps. Not so fast says Rovio, the developer of Angry Birds. In a tweet, they said the icon … [Read more...]