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Hype builds over Dublin Web Summit

News that the head of the company that makes Angry Birds is set to speak at Dublin's upcoming Web Summit is adding to the hype around this unusual event.

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News that the head of the company that makes Angry Birds is set to speak at Dublin's upcoming Web Summit is adding to the hype around this unusual event.

Mikhael Hed, chief executive of games developer Rovio, has been added to the line-up. The company has just announced a project that may lead to it offering its famous game on electronics displays at Starbucks.

Chris Poole of 4Chan is also on the speaker list.

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