The Signal: Angry Bird is Late Too


Sorry Angry Birders: If you were anxiously awaiting the release of Angry Birds for Windows Phone 7 you will now have to wait a little longer. The new release date is June 29. Hang tight. All Things D


Art Time: Here are four cool art apps to fool around with, like 3frames, which lets you make three-frame animated GIFs. L Magazine

New Deal: Virgin Mobile adds and drops different Broadband2Go plans pretty frequently. Here’s the newest one: $20 a month for 500 MB. Get it while it lasts. TechCrunch


Security Crackdown: With the increasing concern about smartphone security, there are a lot of new business opportunities in the mobile security market for both traditional antivirus and software companies along with mobile carriers and makers. HuffPo


RIM in Ruins?: Looks like Google’s Android devices and Apple’s iPhone are kicking RIM’s butt. RIM hasn’t sold this few BlackBerry models in the U.S. sine 2007. Uh oh. Business Insider

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