SlashGear Evening Wrap-Up: July 13, 2012

Jul 13, 2012
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SlashGear Evening Wrap-Up: July 13, 2012

Happy Friday the 13th, everyone. Hopefully you're not superstitious and haven't been exposed to any bad luck today. But even if you have, now's the time to chill and catch up on the tech news that hit the airwaves today. To start, get this, there's actually some good Blackberry news - RIM Blackberry 10 developer support on the rise. And as Nintendo's new console approaches, so do the third-party comments - Wii U more powerful than 360 and PS3 claims 5th Cell. Also, here's a look at the final details of Digg's sale - Digg sale splits the company three ways for $16m.

Featured: So we have a couple of featured stories that popped up on the site today. Of course you can always rely on us for the most comprehensive and consumer-centric reviews and this one is no exception - Acer Aspire S5 review. And we also deliver beaucoup insightful commentary on the latest trends, like this - Video games drag us kicking and screaming into the mobile future.

Windows 8, Nexus 7, and Boeing 787: We'll finish this wrap-up with a trio of stories about the numbers 7 and 8. Actually, that was just a coincidence. Anyway, check this out - Microsoft Windows 8 retail may be axed entirely. And moving right along - Nexus 7 popping up in stores and mailboxes. And finally, in our usual fashion, this final evening wrap-up of the week ends with a crazy but awesome story - Boeing unveils Dreamliner 787 with Android-based entertainment systems.


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