SlashGear Evening Wrap-Up: July 12, 2012

Jul 12, 2012
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Happy Thursday, everyone. It's that time of day where we round up and wrap up all the stories in the world of tech from today. So let's get started; you knew this was coming - iPad Olympics apps set to cover from all angles. And in the world of gaming, we have this - Ultima IV getting resurrected as a free-to-play games. And also in the gaming industry, Nintendo's glasses-free system is doing alright - Nintendo 3DS hits 5 million sold in US.

Featured: So we have a few featured stories for you to pour through today. To start, here's a column about two major players in the non-Netflix streaming market - HBO Go and Hulu Plus: the perfect living room marriage. For something a bit more tangible, here's a mouthwatering product feature - AT&T Motorola Atrix HD hands-on and unboxing. And in the realm of featured news stories - Target axes non-iPad tablets until holidays.

Yahoo, AMC, & Coffee: And now to take a look at the other stories that made headlines today. Here's an interesting angle from the major Yahoo story - Yahoo security breach shows terrible password decisions. And in the world of entertainment news, here's somethiing - AMC will stream Breaking Bad season premiere to Dish subscribers. And finally - Nespresso's Pixie coffee maker made from used coffee capsules.


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