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Briefly: Flappy Bird in August, Lulu Guinness handbag for Autographer

updated 07:52 am EDT, Thu May 15, 2014

Flappy Bird returning to app stores in August with multiplayer

Flappy Bird will be returning to app stores in August, after being pulled in February. In an interview with CNBC, developer Dong Nguyen revealed the addictive game will be available to download in August, with the addition of multiplayer, though Nguyen advises this version will be "less addictive" than the original, as he would rather people spend time doing more productive things. Nguyen's future apps under development include a game with "a guy jumping from building to building."

Flappy Bird
Flappy Bird


Lulu Guinness creates limited-edition handbag for Autographer life-logging camera

OMG Life is collaborating with British accessories designer Lulu Guinness on a limited-edition handbag. Pocket-Lint reports the "Archive Eyes" bag will include storage and holes for the Autographer automatic camera, allowing the life-logging device to take photographs from the viewpoint of the bag. The designer will be selling the bag from 30th July for £395 ($660), without the $399 camera.

Lulu Guinness
Lulu Guinness 'Archive Eyes' Autographer handbag



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  1. coffeetime

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    "less addictive" ..... what a consideration. I wonder if he can place a timely pause in the game so I can remember when to take a pee?

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