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Angry Birds Transformers: Autobirds vs Deceptihogs

Relevance: 100%      Posted on: June 17, 2014

A new franchise of the popular game from Rovio is soon to hit stores and this time, it would be themed with the Hasbro robots that we’ve loved from way before. The Angry Birds Transformers will still revolve on the ever-long battle between the birds and hogs and will have “birds disguised as robots in disguise”. Though there’s no news on how exactly its gameplay would go, we can only imagine having its iconic way of gaming..but of course with robotic pigs and birds transforming! Both Rovio and Hasbro are also planning to release products like NFC-powered telepods that are…

New Angry Birds Epic now a Final Fantasy-like RPG

Relevance: 97%      Posted on: March 14, 2014

Tired of playing the same old Bird games? Rovio has just announced that its next installment of the Angry Bird franchise will involve RPG gameplay with customizable armors and weapons -- the Angry Bird Epic. Angry Bird Epic, as reported by Kotaku, is an adventure game that veers away from the old physics-based gameplay and introduces a new turn-based battle between the same birds and pigs that fans have been familiar with. How? Just imagine the popular Final Fantasy games where you take turns, choose your move, and attack your opponents. It features a story (most probably continuing where they…

Rovio outs Angry Birds Star Wars

Relevance: 71%      Posted on: November 9, 2012

The latest iteration of the popular bird-slinging game is now available for download on almost all major OS platforms both mobile and PC, except Symbian and BlackBerry OS. The gameplay is pretty much the same as the previous release, where you have to aim and eliminate all the mean-looking swine to move to the next level. Players will have to work their way up on more than 80 levels which take place in Tatooine and Pig Star (Death Star). Do well on each level and you’ll unlock bonus R2-D2 C-3PO levels. According to Rovio, this is just the beginning of…

Tech This Out: Be Iron Man, Angry Birds Friends & More

Relevance: 70%      Posted on: May 4, 2013


The weekend is here, so we've decided to compile a few things that we found interesting. Iron Man 3 is still around theaters, and a new version of Angry Birds arrived on Android. Keep reading, unwind a little and most of all -- tech this out. This infographic has been long out, and some of you might have already seen it. It shows the total cost of being Iron Man - which is around $1,612,717,000! The details here only considered Iron Man 2, and if you've watched Iron Man 3, you'll see that Tony Stark has a lot more armors in…

Why developers love iOS more than Android?

Relevance: 44%      Posted on: October 19, 2010

The other day, Rovio released their popular Angry Birds game on the Android Market. It immediately got 1 million downloads on day one and has over 2 million by now. What's more intriguing is that this $0.99 app on the iPhone is offered free on Android. Rovio sold over 6.5 million copies of Angry Birds for iOS in August. At $0.99 and less the 30% cut of Apple, they netted about $4.5 million from the iTunes App Store. That doesn't include the $4.99 app for the iPad. After being downloaded 2 million times for Android, Rovio made a total of…

Gear4 outs speaker systems for iOS devices

Relevance: 27%      Posted on: October 13, 2012

Gear4 showcased its wide range of speaker docks for iOS devices last night, which include app-enabled wireless home speakers, portables, and alarm clock docks. Leading the pack for the home speaker dock range is Gear4's flagship, the AirZone Series 1. The AirZone Series 1 utilizes Apple's AirPlay wireless technology for easy wireless music streaming. It has an adjustable EQ, FM radio with preset saving and a premium metal design with high gloss finish. The AirZone Series 1 has a SRP of Php11,590. Next is the HouseParty Portable Wireless from the portable speaker dock range. It is capable of apt-X lossless…

Google+ Games is coming, you playing?

Relevance: 23%      Posted on: August 12, 2011

Google is set to roll out the inevitable -- Google+ Games. The added feature on Google+ is still on limited access only so a few users have it activated in their accounts. Expect to see Angry Birds, Bejeweled and the likes to be there once it becomes available for Philippine users. You should see this once it's activated in your account: Will social games make people use Google+ more and give them reason to stay longer? If it did the wonders for Facebook many years ago, it might do the same for Google+ as well.

10 Addictive FB/Smartphone Games We No Longer Play

Relevance: 20%      Posted on: January 26, 2015

There were a lot of games in the past that we've casually installed with the purpose of just passing time. We played the game for a few minutes, which turned into hours and realized that we're hooked with it. In this article we look back at those games that pretty much took a small chunk of our lives playing them. Here are 10 addicting Facebook/smartphone games we no longer play. The games listed below are arranged in no particular order. Plants Vs Zombies Kicking off the list is the iconic Plants vs Zombies. This game gave a twist to the usual…

Victory Liner offering Android tablets to passengers

Relevance: 20%      Posted on: November 29, 2012

Victory Liner, Inc., one of the largest provincial bus companies in the country, is offering free use of Android tablets for on-board passengers of their deluxe buses. Currently, the offer is for deluxe buses going to Baguio (fare is Php715, if you need to know) with 20 Android tablets available per bus. So far we didn't receive any info about the type of tablets being offered and if VL will be offering this to other destinations. Travel time from Manila to Baguio usually takes five hours, and with a tablet on hand, that's a fairly good dose of Angry Birds

Project Ara pushes on, shows off a new working module

Relevance: 19%      Posted on: November 11, 2014

During a press preview held last weekend over in New York City, Google gave an update on what have been the latest developments for the smartphone that many are eagerly looking forward to – the unique Project Ara. They also showcased a new module that could very well open up new possibilities for the device. This first-of-its-kind smartphone previously encountered some bumps along the way, but their latest event proved that it’s not impossible for it to come to fruition. Paul Eremenko, Project Ara lead, successfully showed for the first time the device’s capability to hot-swap its modules without turning…