Rovio has failed to create new hit games since the 2009 launch of Angry Birds, the top paid mobile app of all time, though it has tried to capitalise on its most successful brand by licensing its use on string of consumer products.

Finland’s Rovio, maker of mobile phone game Angry Birds, forecast its earnings would fall for a third consecutive year and said it planned to slash up(...)

Rovio is taking another shot at its Angry Birds cash cow with Angry Birds Stella Pop. but forget about launching birds at pigs; this version is a bubb(...)

Angry Birds has been expanded into a spin-off TV series and is backing an animated movie set to premiere in May 2016.

Finnish mobile games maker Rovio pinned its hopes on Thursday on a costly 3D movie project helping it return to growth, after a 73 per cent profit dro(...)

Angry Birds: Maker makes move for new leader

Rovio, the Finnish maker of the hit mobile game ‘Angry Birds’, is replacing its chief executive as it attempts to tackle falling profits and competiti(...)

With Angry Birds, Rovio has a good thing. The original game has been massively popular and spawned several spin-offs including a seasonal one that cov(...)

The Croods

Meet the Croods. If you haven’t heard of them, you soon will, thanks to the marketing might of the mobile industry. The caveman family is based(...)