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SlashGear Evening Wrap-Up: August 27, 2012

SlashGear Evening Wrap-Up: August 27, 2012

We've officially entered the final week in August, which means that the autumn months are right around the corner. Today, Apple delivered a list of 8 Samsung devices it would like to see banned in the US, and the Galaxy S II - which is still a popular phone for Samsung - attracted the lion's share of the attention. We caught a glimpse of the amended verdict form from the trial today, and Google made a rather interesting statement on the outcome of the suit. Unsurprisingly, Samsung's stock took a stumble today, while the stock of some other phone manufacturers went up.

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SlashGear Morning Wrap-Up: August 27th, 2012

SlashGear Morning Wrap-Up: August 27th, 2012

As we ramp up for IFA 2012, several companies are prepping a collection of devices that will be revealed for Autumn, including quite visibly LG, Samsung, and a set of camera-slinging groups. Have a peek first at the LG Optimus Vu II for universal remote goodness. Next you'll want to have a look at what very well may be the specifications for the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 as well. Those of you that have no idea what IFA is, you'll want to see this nutshell guide before you dive in.

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Black Isle apparently rises from the dead, everyone is confused

Black Isle apparently rises from the dead, everyone is confused

In today's installment of The Wacky World of Gaming, it appears that the once-beloved Black Isle Studios is back. We haven't heard from the studio since 2003, when parent company Interplay shut it down, but now it seems that Interplay has decided to revive it. Details are still very scarce, with the newly launched website only announcing that the studio has returned and inviting visitors to sign up for a mailing list.

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Facebook wants to ditch Nasdaq after IPO fiasco

Facebook wants to ditch Nasdaq after IPO fiasco

Facebook is reportedly considering dual listing on the NYSE and possibly ditching Nasdaq completely following its botched IPO. The move would be an embarrassing snub to Nasdaq and its execs are reportedly scrambling to ensure that the fallout doesn't impact its ability to attract new companies to list on the exchange in the future.

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New Android malware spreads via hacked websites

New Android malware spreads via hacked websites

Android is being plagued by malware once again. The security firm Lookout has warned users about a new Android trojan that spreads itself via compromised websites. The trojan can potentially break into government and corporate networks if left unchecked. Right now the trojan seems fairly innocuous, posing as a software update to the user and residing on the system once installed.

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Baldur’s Gate III: The Black Hound tipped

Baldur’s Gate III: The Black Hound tipped

A countdown meter reading less than 24 hours now sits on the original Baldur's Gate website, the launchpad for the epic 2 and soon to be 3-part digital Role Playing Game series set in the world of Dungeons & Dragons. This entry in the series was originally slated to be developed and released in 2002, but was cancelled in 2003 when the 3D Engine developed specifically for the game was used for Black Isle Studios Van Buren, also known as Fallout 3. Fast forward to 2012 and the Forgotten Realms-set RPG is being whispered as having new life in the form of an actual release of The Black Hound, better known as Baldur's Gate III.

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Apple: Samsung violated code court order

Apple: Samsung violated code court order

The legal battle between Apple and Samsung continues. This time Apple are accusing Samsung of not fully complying with a court order requiring them to share source code on products such as the Galaxy Tab 10.1. Samsung reportedly only delivered source code from one of the infringing products, and withheld code on its other products.

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Reminder: our WIMM Spring Developers Project has come to a close!

Reminder: our WIMM Spring Developers Project has come to a close!

Last week we held our Spring Developers Project featuring the WIMM One developer kit, a lovely tiny device with the power to run Android and a slew of "Micro Apps" which take full advantage of the fact that this object functions best as a watch! We had developers and everyday average brilliant citizens submit ideas for their own futuristic Micro Apps the whole week, and the results were more than encouraging - they were downright excellent! Ten of our favorites were chosen from the pack, and what we've got here is one final reminder that each of the following users had what we consider the latest and greatest in submitted Micro App coolness!

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WIMM One Micro App Store Beta opens today

WIMM One Micro App Store Beta opens today

The coolest little watchband-based Android computer in the world, the WIMM One, is today letting loose its own Micro App Store. This device is currently out in the same form as we did a WIMM One Developer Kit full review of some weeks ago, and today it gets its own app store in beta form and one big software update! This software update will axe a series of bugs and allow the device to work with the app store as it launches via the web this afternoon.

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