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Angry Birds outs Galaxy Note update, Android 4.0 ICS missing

Angry Birds outs Galaxy Note update, Android 4.0 ICS missing

It appears that the possibility that Samsung will be pushing another "Premium Suite" upgrade to their devices instead of the Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich update promised weeks ago may be getting very real. Though we've yet to hear back on the oddity of this particular tip, the words are there for everyone to read, and right at the end of the Samsung Galaxy Note's very own Angry Birds Space teaser 2 video, of all places. We've been teased with this game for some time now, hearing that Rovio is working with Samsung for a release on Samsung smartphones exclusively, that they're working with NASA and National Geographic for cross-promotion, and now that the Galaxy Note will be the first device to roll out with the update.

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Lenovo V370 promotions begin with Bruce Lee, Angry Birds, and Zombies

Lenovo V370 promotions begin with Bruce Lee, Angry Birds, and Zombies

Behold the first absolutely wacky advertisement spot for the Lenovo slim notebook V370, complete with no less than Plants vs Zombies characters, Angry Birds, and an epic battle to the death with Bruce Lee! The point this particular spot appears to be trying to get across is that the V370 is both strong and slim, but you wouldn't know it was a commercial for a laptop if you didn't see the first and last 5 seconds of the video. Thus is the way laptops must be promoted in the fact of Ultrabooks, we suppose, now that strength beats down the traditional size and shape of a standard laptop.

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Samsung Galaxy S II Angry Birds Level Discovered!

Samsung Galaxy S II Angry Birds Level Discovered!

Well what do you know, there's another Rovio connection to a brand promotion. Who would have thought? This time it's for the Samsung Galaxy S II, aka the world's most powerful superphone, and it's to be found inside the already-released all-summer-long expansion for Angry Birds Seasons: Summer Pignic. For those of you that have not been playing, this expansion is one that works similar to how the Christmas expansion did, a new level opening for play each day of the summer. That means LOTS of play on this game as people are already OBSESSED with playing - one per day and a secret Galaxy S II!

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Palm’s Hot Apps Winners Finally Unveiled, Angry Birds Takes Top Position

Palm’s Hot Apps Winners Finally Unveiled, Angry Birds Takes Top Position

Back in March, we told you about the PDK Hot Apps competition that Palm was holding, hoping to get some of the best mobile applications shown off for their webOS-based devices. In the process, application developers had the opportunity to win upwards of $100,000 in prize money. And, finally, while the competition ended a couple of weeks ago, Palm has finally unveiled who the winners were, and in which category.

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NVIDIA SHIELD Gamepad Mapper released for all-game compatibility

NVIDIA SHIELD Gamepad Mapper released for all-game compatibility

The NVIDIA SHIELD gaming platform just brought on a whole new level of expansion in both the Android and the PC streaming environments. This week with the release of the newest software update from NVIDIA, the device itself gains not only Android 4.3 Jelly Bean, but the addition of three relatively important features: Console Mode, NVIDIA GameStream (formerly known as PC streaming), and SHIELD Gamepad Mapper. The last of these was not revealed until today - a simple built-in ability to map hardware controls to each game uniquely.

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Rovio generates $200 million in revenue for 2012

Rovio generates $200 million in revenue for 2012

Rovio has just released its financial results for the year of 2012, and it has done extremely well. In 2012, it generated nearly $200 million in revenue (152.2 million euros), which is almost twice the $97 million it generated back in 2011 (75.6 million euros). All in all, Rovio managed to profit about $71 million (55.5 million euros), which is a huge boost from the $45 million it profited in 2011 (35.4 million euros).

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HTC One Review [2013]

HTC One Review [2013]

It's been a tough few years for HTC, unsung victim of the Apple-Samsung smartphone war, and the new HTC One has a lot to do to fix that. The company has seen its place in Android dwindle from trailblazer to also-ran, as Samsung's cutting-edge hardware and vast marketing budget forced Galaxy to the fore. Solid phones like 2012's One X and One S failed to relight HTC's fire, and so it has done the only thing it can: raise its game much, much higher with the HTC One. We're back to the days of risk-taking hardware decisions and legitimately interesting software, but the big question is whether the One can pull it off. Read on for the full SlashGear review.

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Temple Run 2 beats “fastest growing mobile game” record by 22 days

Temple Run 2 beats “fastest growing mobile game” record by 22 days

Today the developers at Imangi Studios have announced that they've reached the 50 million app download mark for mobile devices, reaching this point a full 22 days earlier than the previous record holder. That previous record holder was Angry Birds Space, having crowned itself the fastest growing mobile game in April of 2012 by reaching 50 million downloads in 35 days. This of course means that Imangi Studios will be picking up the tab tonight when we all go out to celebrate their victory.

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