Late News: Angry Birds Fly to Hollywood, Business Tycoon Blames Google, FBI & Anonymous

Unconfirmed reports suggest that Rovio’s massively popular title “Angry Birds” could make its Hollywood debut pretty soon. Apparently, the general manager of Rovio’s North American wing claimed at TechCrunch Disrupt yesterday, saying that though Hollywood was still sort of “hot” for the company and the game, but Rovio was going to ponder over new “entertainment opportunities” in the months to come.

Business tycoon Sir Brian Souter has blamed Google’s changes to its search algorithm behind the disappearance of his website from the web. He claims that on August 13, his website disappeared from Google’s search results and did not showed up when ‘Brian Souter’ was typed in the search bar.

A new study has revealed that how the technology used in Microsoft’s Kinect can be used to monitor elderly people for indicators of illness or risk of fall. Researchers over at the University of Missouri conducted two separate studies that involved monitoring elderly people living in TigerPlace, a community located in Columbia.

Seems like Anonymous’ anonymity is under serious threat as federal agencies are increasingly becoming worried and hence, vigilant against the group members’ cyber activities. Anonymous claims itself to be a hacktivist group that uses hacking as medium of protest against the monopoly of the ruling elites all around the world, as well as against any form of social injustice.

Chip designer Nvidia has introduced yet another codename to its Tegra roadmap. After Kal-El, Kal-El+ and Wayne, all of which will be targeting superphones, tablets and clamshells, Grey is set to aim at the more mainstream smartphone market. The new chip - which is set to be launched in 2013 - will combine the familiar Tegra SoC and a baseband chipset using technology acquired from Comms specialist Icera technologies earlier this year.