Good news for all you Angry Bird lovers out there. The latest game in the popular series, Angry Birds Space, was released on Thursday. The new game will be available on Android, iOS, Mac and PC platforms. The game, which features 60 levels of gameplay, will be released in both regular and HD versions. However, the game will not be made available for Windows Phone users.
One of the coolest thing about this new release was that the announcement about it was made by a NASA astronaut named Don Pettit from the International Space Station. Seriously, the first gameplay footage was delivered straight from outer space.
For Android devices, the game can be downloaded for free with ads on Google play, 99 cents for a non-ad regular version or $2.99 for the HD version. The game is compatible with Android devices running version 1.6 and higher. The file size is 23MB. It can be downloaded at http://bit.ly/GS7Pf3.
For iOS devices, the game costs 99 cents for the regular version and $2.99 for the HD version. It can be purchased from the App Store at http://bit.ly/GS7Q2D. It is compatible on an iPhone 3GS, iPhone 4, iPhone 4S, iPod touch (3rd or 4th generation), and iPad running iOS 4.0 or higher.
For PC users, the full version game can be purchased and downloaded for $5.95 from the Angry Birds Shop at http://bit.ly/GS7Z67.
NetZero, a United Online company best known for its free dialup Internet services, has ventured into mobile broadband access territory. The company is now offering 4G Mobile Broadband via two new products, the NetZero 4G Mobile Hotspot and the NetZero 4G Stick.
The 4G Stick is available for $49.95. It is compatible with both Mac and PC computers. On a PC, a user needs to be running Windows XP/Vista or Windows 7 with 300MHz processor, 256MB RAM, 65MB free hard drive space and Internet Explorer 7.0. Mac users must be running Mac OS X 10.5 or higher on an Intel 1GHz processor with 1GB RAM and 25MB free hard drive space.
The 4G Mobile Hotspot is available for $99.95. It features six hours of battery life.
Monthly data plans for the 4G devices range from free for 200MB; $9.95 for 500MB; $19.95 for 1GB; $34.95 for 2GB; and $49.95 for 4GB. All plans come without contracts or commitments and with freedom to change them at will.
The two 4G devices are available in 28 states, however they are not currently available in our five-county area.
Read more at www.netzero.net.
After two years, Android and Linux source code have been merged back together with the release of the Linux 3.3 kernel on March 18. This move will enable both projects to benefit as they will be able to include support for both projects. In addition, both projects will benefit from community development.
Learn more at http://bit.ly/GS8ixZ.
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