LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - The popular video game "Angry Birds" is jumping off smart phones and onto the big screen in a new animated 3D film due to be released in 2016, Sony Pictures Entertainment announced on Wednesday. Full story
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A Utah professor is using the popular video game "Angry Birds" to teach students a lesson in physics. KSL-TV's Geoff Liesik reports.
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Workers install a recreation facility at an Angry Birds theme park in Haining, Zhejiang province July 10, 2013. The 10,000-square metre (107,640-square feet) park will be officially opened by October 2013, according to local media. Picture taken July 10, 2013. REUTERS/Stringer (CHINA - Tags: SOCIETY
Angry Birds products are displayed during a news conference in Hong Kong July 3, 2012. REUTERS/Bobby Yip
Actress Lisa Kudrow announces that the game Angry Birds has won Best Mobile Game award at the 15th annual Webby Awards in New York June 13, 2011. REUTERS/Lucas Jackson