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Angry Birds Epic Update Brings Player Vs Player Feature
Rovio Entertainment: Rovio's ToonsTV Reaches 4 Billion Views
US Judge OKs Seattle Artist's 'Angry Birds' Lawsuit
U.S. Judge OKs Seattle Artist's 'Angry Birds' Lawsuit


 
Angry Birds Epic Update Brings Player Vs Player Feature
It's reported Thursday, 18 Dec 2014 21:43:38 -0800 by slashgear.com:
Rovio teased its new Angry Birds Epic back in March, rolling it out a short while later with all its epic battles, worlds, characters, and upgrades in tow. Unlike most Angry Birds games, "Epic" features turn-based battles with the birds fighting against the green piggies. Ahead of Christmas and potential new downloads, Rovio has pushed out a fairly big update ? Continue reading
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Rovio Entertainment: Rovio's ToonsTV Reaches 4 Billion Views
It's reported Wednesday, 17 Dec 2014 05:42:00 -0800 by finance.yahoo.com:
In March 2013, Rovio turned every Angry Birds game into a video distribution channel and instantly a star was born. ToonsTV launched to an immediate audience of hundreds of millions of global viewers.
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US Judge OKs Seattle Artist's 'Angry Birds' Lawsuit
It's reported Tuesday, 16 Dec 2014 22:37:27 -0800 by asiaone.feedsportal.com:
A US judge has allowed a Seattle artist's intellectual property lawsuit to go forward over her claims she was cheated out of possibly millions of dollars from the sale of "Angry Birds" pet toys she designed, her attorney said on Tuesday. US District Judge Robert Lasnik on Monday denied a motion by pet toy maker Hartz Mountain Corp to dismiss the lawsuit. The company argued it had ownership of ...
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U.S. Judge OKs Seattle Artist's 'Angry Birds' Lawsuit
It's reported Tuesday, 16 Dec 2014 18:26:01 -0800 by news.yahoo.com:
By Eric M. Johnson SEATTLE (Reuters) - A U.S. judge has allowed a Seattle artist's intellectual property lawsuit to go forward over her claims she was cheated out of possibly millions of dollars from the sale of "Angry Birds" pet toys she designed, her attorney said on Tuesday. U.S. District Judge Robert Lasnik on Monday denied a motion by pet toy maker Hartz Mountain Corp to dismiss the lawsuit ...
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