Talk of an RSA Boycott Grows After Reports It Colluded With the NSA

A well-known security researcher says he won’t speak at next year’s RSA conference after reports allege that the company worked with the NSA to allow back doors into encryption products.

Indie Platformer Badland Finally Comes to Android, but With a New Business Model

Premium downloads don’t work on Android, Frogmind’s COO says.
Apple's iPad game of the year, Badland.

Nokia Shareholders to Approve Microsoft Deal

As expected.

IndoorAtlas Aims to Use Magnetic Fields to Map the Insides of Buildings

No new infrastructure required. Just a bit of walking.


Angry Birds Maker Loses Another Top Executive

Rovio Entertainment Ltd., the maker of the wildly popular Angry Birds mobile game franchise, has lost another top-level executive to the burgeoning Helsinki, Finland, mobile gaming startup scene.

Elop in July: It’s “Hard to Understand the Rationale” for Selling Nokia’s Devices Business

July: “That possibility to be successful is there.” September: “We need more combined muscle to truly break through with consumers.”

Microsoft Is Getting Nokia’s Phone Business for a Song

It’s all in the timing.

Stephen Elop Is Now the Microsoft CEO Candidate to Beat

Well, it only cost $7.17 billion, but Microsoft now has a pretty obvious candidate to lead the company as soon as CEO Steve Ballmer vacates the seat he said he would leave within the year.

Rovio’s Next Big Game? Angry Birds Star Wars, Redux.

May the birds be with you?


Nokia Loss Narrows

Nokia Corp. posted a narrower first quarter loss helped by continued cost cuts, rising sales of its new lineup of smartphones and an improvement at its network equipment business.

Top Angry Birds Exec Flies the Coop

Netflix Heads to Scandinavia

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