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SlashGear Evening Wrap-Up: January 24, 2013

SlashGear Evening Wrap-Up: January 24, 2013

Welcome to Thursday evening everyone. Today we heard Samsung might sell as many as 10 million Galaxy S IV handsets after the device launches, which is supposedly happening later this year. We also heard J.J. Abrams might direct the next Star Wars movie, despite the fact that he said he wouldn't in an interview last year. Microsoft delivered its financial report for Q2 2013 today, posting $6.38 billion in profit, while AT&T's own reported showed a net loss of $3.9 billion. Samsung Display said today that it has produced 300 million OLED panels, and ABI Research is predicting that 145 million tablets will be shipped in 2013.

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SlashGear Evening Wrap-Up: November 7, 2012

SlashGear Evening Wrap-Up: November 7, 2012

We did it folks - we made it through another election, which means that we finally get a break from those endless political ads. It won't be long before those ads are playing all over the place again, so savor the moment while you can. We found out today that President Obama set Twitter records with that a tweet that was shared more 600,000 times, and Apple was hit with a hefty fine in a case over patents related to FaceTime. Foxconn is saying that it's still having issues keeping up with iPhone 5 production, and Pixar has named a new building after Steve Jobs.

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Minecraft 1.8.2 update hits Xbox 360 tomorrow

Minecraft 1.8.2 update hits Xbox 360 tomorrow

Get ready, Minecraft Xbox 360 Edition players, because you've got a massive update headed your way. Update 1.8.2 is scheduled to launch tomorrow, and it adds a ton of new stuff for you to see and do. PlayXBLA originally reported an October 16 launch date for update 1.8.2, which was later confirmed by 4J Studios, the developer that handled the porting duties when Mojang decided it was time to bring Minecraft to the Xbox 360.

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SlashGear Morning Wrap-up: October 10, 2012

SlashGear Morning Wrap-up: October 10, 2012

This morning we're diving in to the Windows 8 universe with a bunch of both official - and unofficially leaked - pieces of media. Start with "a fundamental shift" in hardware from Microsoft's Steve Balmer. Next have a peek at a brand new Nexus 4 from LG as it's leaked with Android's next generation software. The SpaceX Dragon capsule has been caught again by the ISS - the first successful supply mission is a success - for real this time!

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Apple granted preliminary sales ban of Galaxy Nexus

Apple granted preliminary sales ban of Galaxy Nexus

Apple has been granted a preliminary sales injunction against the Samsung Galaxy Nexus in the US, with the Cupertino company now required to stump up a $96m bond in order to secure the ban. The decision was tweeted by Reuters' Dan Levine, and follows a win earlier this week for Apple against the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1, with the US court granting a preliminary injunction against the Android tablet in the US.

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Mitsubishi Officially Reveals Pricing For 2011 HDTVs, Including 92-Inch 3D DLP

Mitsubishi Officially Reveals Pricing For 2011 HDTVs, Including 92-Inch 3D DLP

Mitsubishi first unveiled several new HDTVs earlier this year at CES 2011. Leading the lineup was the massive 92-inch 3D DLP Home Cinema TV that we got a closer look at inside the Mitsubishi Mobile Marketing Showroom. Excitement for the TVs were ramped up, but availability and pricing details were kept vague. Today, however, the entire lineup finally gets officially priced.

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Toshiba Debuts Its Three Thinnest, Lightest Business Laptops

Toshiba Debuts Its Three Thinnest, Lightest Business Laptops

Toshiba today unveiled three new laptops touted to be the lightest and thinnest high performance business laptops that the manufacturer has ever produced. According to the company, the Portégé R830, Tecra R840, and Tecra R850 were completely reengineered from the ground up with thin, light, and highly durable design in mind.

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HTC EVO 3D Revealed at Sprint Event [CTIA 2011]

HTC EVO 3D Revealed at Sprint Event [CTIA 2011]

At a utterly lovely Sprint media event at CTIA 2011, gold and yellow tones abound, Sprint has announced what they hope will be a heavy contender in this massively competitive 2011 season for Android. It began with a lovely floaty Andy video in full 3D, showing him float about, transforming things from flat to 3D. It was instantly apparent that the device would be the next step in the EVO line. The first announcment was the HTC EVO 3D, the first 4G device with a dual-core and 3D capability with no glasses needed.

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Gateway NV Series pack AMD E-350 and C-50 Fusion APUs

Gateway NV Series pack AMD E-350 and C-50 Fusion APUs

AMD's new APU-based Fusion processors continue to score design wins, with Gateway the latest to slot the chips - along with the Radeon GPUs - into their notebooks. The Gateway NV51B05u leads the new NV Series, complete with AMD's E-350 processor and Radeon HD 6310 graphics, WiFi b/g/n, HDMI with Full HD 1080p output support, and a 15.6-inch 1366 x 768 display.

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Verizon iPhone 4 Review

Verizon iPhone 4 Review

If the original iPhone was the most anticipated cellphone of its time, then the Verizon iPhone 4 has to be the most demanded variant since the first launch back in 2007. A launch rumor that managed to overshadow CES 2011 despite Apple having not a square foot of presence there, for many the Verizon iPhone 4 finally promises the network strength to back up the iOS platform's abilities. Does the CDMA smartphone live up to expectations? Check out the full SlashGear review after the cut.

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