Happy Saturday, everyone. It is time to have a look back at what made news this past week, and there certainly was no shortage of reports to hide. We have a pair big announcements on the planet of games, so let’s start with those – 3DS XL getting anti-glare screen upgrade and Minecraft Xbox 360 Edition hits 3 million units sold. Also, big news from Microsoft – Microsoft shows first public loss ever in financial Q4 2012.
Mass Effect 3 new ending hits June 26.
Featured: Listed below are a number of this week’s featured stories:
SlashGear heads to Google I/O 2012 next week
Alienware M17x R4 (Core i7, Ivy Bridge) Review
Surface vs iPad coparisons inevitable but foolish inside the end
Samsung Galaxy S III hands-on with device-exclusive sharing
Windows Phone 7.8 eyes-on
A case against Microsoft Surface tablet’s future success
Satechi Premium 4-port aluminum USB hub hands-on
SlashGear 101: What’s Microsoft Surface?
Qualcomm readying 4G LTE chips for next iPhone.
Featured: Listed here are a few of this week’s featured articles:
TI’s world’s smallest IR temp sensor hands-on
OMAP 5 Android development platform hands-on
Micosoft brand Windows 8 tablet should be developer-only
Windows RT Texas Instruments development platform tablet hands-on
So, Apple has officially turned its back at the Apple TV, right
Brookstone iConvert scanner for iPad review
My Xbox Live official for Android; we go hands-on
Kodak continues downward spiral, posts $366 million loss.
Featured: Listed below are a few of this week’s featured articles:
The Pirates key animator speaks claymation machines forward
Nintendo’s nightmare: “Just More than enough.”
Twitter update hands-on with push notifications galore
Why there isn’t a stopping iTunes
Dark Meadow: The Pact THD for Android Review
Google Drive mini review for desktop
You desire a Galaxy S III, not a Google Galaxy Nexus
Happy Saturday, everyone. Hopefully you’re enjoying your holiday weekend, and when you’ve got some spare time, why not get caught up on what made news this week? For you gamers in the market, PlayStation Orbis processing specs leak. And we need to mention this - Google Project Glass smart glasses revealed. We also got a glance at what’s rumored to be an image of Google’s Nexus tablet, though it’s probably bogus.