据recombu网站的报道，最近微软看起来犯了一个错误，在没有获得Rovio授权许可的前提下将目前大受欢迎的Angry Birds（暴戾鸟）手机游戏挂到Windows Phone 7 站点上。
Oh oh, it looks like Microsoft has made a booboo and put Rovio’s extremely popular game, Angry Birds, on its Windows Phone 7 site. The problem is that Rovio didn’t actually give Microsoft
permission to use the Angry Birds icon and it isn’t even “committed” to making a Windows Phone 7 game. Ooops.
Update: According to Engadget, Microsoft sent TechFlash the following statement: “It appears information was mistakenly posted to Microsoft’s website, and has been removed.” The Angry Birds icon
has been removed.
The company caused a stir this morning when an icon for the popular mobile game was spotted in a remote corner of its Windows Phone site, hinting that it would be available for the company’s new
mobile platform, set to be unveiled in New York tomorrow morning.
But Rovio Mobile, the maker of the game, quickly responded with a tweet: “We have NOT committed to doing a Windows Phone 7 version,” it said. “Microsoft put the Angry Birds icon on their site
without our permission.”
In a follow-up tweet, the company noted that its response had “nothing to do with if we do or don’t, it’s just that we decide that ourselves.”
Apart from causing a minor dustup on Twitter, the status of the hit game is notable because Microsoft will need the support of major games and mobile apps companies as Windows Phone leads its
comeback bid in the mobile market.
I’ve contacted Microsoft for comment. The icon, visible in the screenshot below, was still live on the site as of 8:30 a.m. Pacific time.
Update, 9:35 a.m.: Here is Microsoft’s statement: “It appears information was mistakenly posted to Microsoft’s website, and has been removed. We have nothing new to share, but stay tuned for
announcements from Microsoft and its partners on Monday.” （source：techflash/recombu/engadget）