SlashGear Evening Wrap-Up: July 16, 2012

Jul 16, 2012
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Happy Monday, everyone. Welcome to a new week chock full of summer weather and interesting tech news. Today was certainly worthy of that description. Here's the first big story of the day - Microsoft Office 2013 brings touch, subscription fees, and a whole new look. Also, we finally have a new Yahoo chief - Google's Marissa Mayer named Yahoo CEO. Also, T-Mobile Samsung Galaxy Note made official.

Featured: So we have a few featured articles that went live today. We'll start off with a how-to guide for anyone who needs some social media help - Learning photo posting social skills. Moving onto something more tangible, we have this - Motorola Atrix HD review. Also, we have another featured review. Check this one out - QNAP TS-669 Pro TurboNAS review.

Facebook, Wii U, & YouTube: It's time to check out the other stories that made headlines today. We'll start off with this - Facebook acquires Spool team and shuts down legacy apps. Here's another story, this one for the gamers out there - Pachter: Activision forced Nintendo to create Wii U Pro controller. And finally, YouTube study shows the future citizen-filmed news.


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