In the video, NASA's Don Pettit demonstrates the flinging of an angry bird. In zero gravity. Aboard the International Space Station. It's equal parts cool and surreal. And it begs the question: Just how much did Rovio pay NASA for this bit of orbital marketing? Whatever the sum, I think this is the first time we've seen such a blatant product placement in outer space. And it probably won't be the last. (The day I see a big golden arches shining down from the moon is the day I move to, um..hmm.).
Anyway, if you're not interested in the ISS stuff, skip ahead to the 3-minute mark, where you'll see some actual footage of Angry Birds Space in action, Interesting, no? Obviously this represents a fairly major change in Angry Birds gameplay dynamics, Whether it's for better or worse will be revealed on March 22, when the game arrives on all major platforms (Android, iOS, Mac, and PC), supernova-in navy, dark blue, & grey iphone case Truth be told, I tired of the original Angry Birds long ago, Perhaps this will renew my interest, Kind of like NASA was hoping the ISS would renew interest in space travel, Let's see if Rovio has better luck..
Get ready for pigs..in..spaaaaace! Watch as NASA's Don Pettit flings an actual angry bird in zero gravity; then stick around for a preview of actual gameplay. Just how big is the Angry Birds franchise? So big it's literally out of this world. Earlier today, Rovio released the following preview video for Angry Birds Space, the game sequel that's scheduled for liftoff on March 22. Be respectful, keep it civil and stay on topic. We delete comments that violate our policy, which we encourage you to read. Discussion threads can be closed at any time at our discretion.
The specifications for the Fury include Android 2.3 Gingerbread, a 3.5-inch display, a 1GHz processor, and 512MB RAM, Featuring 4GB internal storage and a 5-megapixel camera, it's not exactly the worst choice supernova-in navy, dark blue, & grey iphone case for a starter smartphone, It's assumed that the handset also will offer the requisite Android hardware, including Wi-Fi, GPS, and Bluetooth, but we'll wait for an official announcement to be certain, SprintFeed hasn't dropped any hints, but I'd be willing to bet that this handset only offers 3G connectivity..
With only a few days to go before the expected March 11 debut, we should look for an announcement in short order. Expected to arrive in just a few days time, the ZTE handset should make for a dirt-cheap Android. Sprint is just days away from announcing its next Android smartphone, according to details picked up by SprintFeed. According to the blog, the ZTE Fury is set to arrive on March 11 with a wallet-friendly $19.99 price tag and a two-year commitment. If you hear the price and expect low-end hardware then you'd be right; this ain't no superphone.
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