SlashGear Evening Wrap-Up: June 7, 2012

Jun 7, 2012
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Happy Thursday, everyone. It's time to take a look at all the stories that made news today in the world of tech. First up, a social network that is playing damage control - LinkedIn hack update includes no unauthorized access. Moving on from there, another corporate firestorm - Oracle ordered to pay Google's legal fees. And now for something a bit more interesting to the layman - iOS brings in 40% of Google's mobile profits.

Featured: We published several featured articles today so let's get right to them. In the review category, we have - Foursquare 5.0 review for iOS and Android. And in the world of hands-on reports - HD widgets 3.0 for Android hands-on. And moving on to editorial content in the featured article world, we have Last.fm and LinkedIn clinch it my scorched Earth policy and It's official: The Wii U is in deep, deep trouble.

Last.fm, Project Glass, & SpaceX: At the end of the wrap-up, we occasionally like to throw in some neat emerging tech stories. But first, here's our story on the Last.fm debacle: Last.fm admits password leak. And now for some fascinating emerging trends - Google Project Glass demo units ramped up to 722, and SpaceX plans 7-astronaut flight on Dragon next.


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