SlashGear Evening Wrap-Up: July 11, 2012

Jul 11, 2012
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SlashGear Evening Wrap-Up: July 11, 2012

Happy Wednesday, everyone. It's 7/11 and here are the stories that made news in the world of tech today. First off, this is cool, even if you don't live in New York City - NYC payphones begin transition to Wi-Fi hotspots. Admittedly, if you're not in the NYC area, that's not super relevant, but gamers from all areas will appreciate this one - Mass Effect 3 Earth DLC officially confirmed by Bioware. And speaking of gaming, Marvell and OnLive team up to bring game streaming to Google TV.

Google Glass, Starbucks, & Telescopes: Moving right along in our list of hot tech stories from the day, we have this - TDK reveals wireless charging small enough for headsets or Google Glass. And if you need to get your coffee (news) fix, how about this one - Starbucks launches Android app in UK and Canada. Also, this is one for you space/science junkies out there - Advanced telescope can detect exoplanets.

Nexus 7, Twitter, & Mummies: And finally, as we look as the rest of the stories that hit it big on the site today, we'll start with this - Nexus 7 gets fabulous Google ninja unboxing video. Here is something for you Apple-loving Twitter users - Tweetbot for Mac released for download. And finally, whenever possible we like to round up the wrap-up with something more quirky or unusual, like this - Science baffled by Frankenstein monster mummies.


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