SlashGear Evening Wrap-Up: April 12, 2012

Apr 12, 2012
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Happy Thursday, everyone. Did you have a great day? Hopefully you said yes but even if you didn't, we have some technology news to put a smile on your face, especially if you're a Google stock holder - Google stock splits 2-for-1 to holder's glee. Also, remember that Sony SmartWatch that debuted yesterday? If not, get with the program because 1 million were sold in 28 hours. And finally, some good news for Kinect fams: Bethesda's Skyrim will see Kinect support later this month.

Featured: So there's a lot of talk about people 'cutting the cord' (getting rid of cable or satellite) in exchange for Netflix, Hulu, etc. But our Don Reisinger laughs at that proposition in his column, Cable cord-cutting? Ha, never. In addition, we take the latest HTC One device for a test drive - HTC One V first impressions. And finally, we have a good old-fashioned review for you - Samsung Galaxy Player 3.6 review.

Boeing Phone, Legal Stuff, & Canon: So let's wrap up the rest of the stories that made waves today. First up, how cool is this? Boeing plans a super secure Android smartphone. And while this isn't too exciting for most people, Microsoft has got to be happy about this - Microsoft wins delay in Microsoft patent case. And finally, for all you camera buffs out there, Canon Cinema EOS C500/C500 PL granted price and first peek.


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