Check out the hottest technology news stories that you’ve missed out on this week, including Flappy Bird’s return to the app store and the reason you’ll be paying more for your songs on iTunes!

Flappy Bird to return, says creator Dong Nguyen (via BBC)
That annoyingly painful game for smartphones will be making its return at some point, but this time with pre-warnings to tell users  just how addictive it is.

Apple considering a Spotify rival and iTunes Android app (via CNET)
Could the gadget giant set up its own on-demand streaming music service to combat declining iTunes downloads in the US?

Android Wear concept video unveil (via YouTube)
Will Google become the leaders for wearable tech? Google Glass is in development and so is this new smartwatch…

LG’s Smart Bulb Connects With Your Smartphone (via Mashable)
Launched in Korea, LG has designed smartphone controlled LED bulbs that will last for more than 10 years.

Lego robot sets new Rubik’s Cube world record (via CNET)
See how a Lego robot has managed to solve a Rubik’s cube in less than 3.3 seconds.

UK government closes tax loophole on digital media (via Engadget)
No more 99p downloads thanks to the latest budget plan for the UK.

Twitter #Music Is Dead (via Mashable)
It comes just a year after Twitter introduced #Music, the standalone music service that helped users to discover new artists and bands.

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