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Angry Birds Star Wars grabs US iOS top spot in record time

Angry Birds Star Wars grabs US iOS top spot in record time

Angry Birds Star Wars took the US App Store top spot in under 2.5 hours, developer Rovio has confirmed, breaking release-day records for the company. Rovio hasn't released exact sales numbers for the game, which was pushed out into the App Store - along with the Android Play market, Amazon's Appstore for Android, the Windows Phone Marketplace, and in versions for Mac and Windows - yesterday, the title is available in two versions for iOS devices, both regular for iPhone/iPod touch, and HD for the iPad.

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Angry Birds Star Wars released in cross-platform gush

Angry Birds Star Wars released in cross-platform gush

Angry Birds Star Wars has been released, the latest installment of Rovio's best-selling fling 'em franchise, this time with a tie-in to the perennially popular LucasArts movie series. Available across multiple platforms - iOS, Android, Kindle Fire, Mac, Windows, and even Windows Phone from day one - and in both SD and HD versions on select devices, the new game borrows the gravity effects from Angry Birds Space but gives the birds themselves Jedi-style powers.

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SlashGear Evening Wrap-Up: October 19, 2012

SlashGear Evening Wrap-Up: October 19, 2012

Welcome to Friday evening, everyone. We're about ready to kick off the weekend, but before we do, let's recap the news from the afternoon. Today we heard that the iPad Mini might mean the end of the iPad 2, and that a jailbreak for the iPhone 5 will coming shortly. We learned today that T-Mobile will be holding a product event on October 29 - the same day that Google and Microsoft are holding events - and that the prices of the rumored Mac Mini and iMac refreshes might be staying the same.

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SlashGear Evening Wrap-Up: October 8, 2012

SlashGear Evening Wrap-Up: October 8, 2012

Welcome to Monday evening everyone. Today featured a couple of a big stories, including the House Intelligence Committee warning of Huawei and ZTE potentially allowing the Chinese government to spy on the US. Huawei was quick to release a statement giving us its own side of the story and defending its business, and those US lawmakers also delivered a list of five things the government must do to prevent Huawei and ZTE from helping China with espionage.

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