SlashGear Evening Wrap-Up: June 4, 2012

Jun 4, 2012
0
SlashGear Evening Wrap-Up: June 4, 2012

Happy Monday, everyone. If you don't know what this week is, then you certainly aren't a gamer. For the rest of us, we know that it's E3 week, and today is where all the news happens. This morning, it was all Microsoft - Halo 4 revealed at E3, Internet Explorer heading to Xbox 360 in fall, and Xbox SmartGlass official as second-screen feature.

Featured: We put up several featured stories today. For starters, we take a look at the new Samsung phone and how significant it is for the company - The Samsung Galaxy S III is Samsung's coming of age. And moving onto the movie business, here's out Men in Black III review. And finally, check this out - Qualcomm Uplinq 2012 registration open: join us June 27 and 28.

Microsoft, Nintendo, & flexible glass: So as we're working on closing out the day, it's time to check the rest of the news from today. First up, here's a security story for the day - Microsoft fixes Windows flaw exploited by Flame. And going back to E3, here's a hint at what we might see tomorrow - Nintendo 3DS XL with 4.3-inch 3D tipped for E3. And finally, closing out the wrap-up with emerging tech: Corning flexible willow glass revealed for ultra slim power.


Must Read Bits & Bytes