Rovio Mobile

Angry Birds Video Series Launching This Week on TVs, in Apps

For those considering Rovio to be simply that Finnish company behind the Angry Birds mobile games, stop that right now.

People Don’t Use TV Apps, and Mobile Gaming Is Set to Implode

If you spent any time walking around the various small cities that the major electronics companies erected last week at CES, you probably noticed how confident their executives were that the average consumer is set to have a much different, more int

Angry Birds: Coming to a Stadium Near You

So you’ve already conquered every level in the Angry Birds game, bought a few Angry Birds stuffed animals, have plans to see the Angry Birds movie, and can’t wait to enjoy some Angry

Eyeing Asia, Angry Birds to Take Flight . . . for Real

In an ambitious branding blitz, the popular mobile game Angry Birds has already flown from the digital world to the analog arena of board games, T-shirts, and toys. Now, Rovio, the Finnish company behind the game, is letting its bulbous, pig-slaughtering birds actually take wing.

Fowl Play

Early in 2009, programmers at Rovio Mobile Ltd. got together to brainstorm some new apps. The boutique studio located in Espoo, Finland, had already cranked out 51 games in its six-year history. None had broken through. For a time, the specter of bankruptcy shadowed the door. Rovio needed a hit.