Flappy Bird is gone. In its wake, we’re seeing all sorts of loopy things. There were attempts to sell Flappy-laden phones on eBay (you can’t do that – phones on eBay need to be wiped before sale. Those auctions were all taken down).
Failing in that, there’s the emerging Flappy Bird phone rental market. No, really, you can read about it here.
Next up: Android malware. In the wild, wild, west that is the Android marketplace, there are all sorts of unsavory apps out there looking to capitalize on your Flappy Bird addiction. Follow the headline link and security firm Sophos will take you on a guided tour of the Android malware.