SlashGear Evening Wrap-Up: June 8, 2012

Jun 8, 2012
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Happy Friday, everyone. We all made it through another work week, the first one in June. So what made news on this Friday? Well, Google is reportedly working on Wallet 2.0. And of course, sci-fi movie fans everywhere are rejoicing because Prometheus hits US theaters today. And also, Apple's big annual event is on the horizon and we already have news - Banner confirms iOS 6 for WWDC at Moscone West.

AT&T, Apple TV, & In-Car 4G: Among the other stories that made news today, we have AT&T Motorola Dinara could drop imminently as Atrix 3 LTE. And another story coming out of Apple's WWDC preparations - Apple TV SDK for third-party apps tipped for WWDC. And here's a pretty cool one - Verizon, BMW, Toyota and others from 4G car alliance.

Camera+, Galaxy S, & Lenovo: And finally, as we wrap up this final evening wrap-up of the week, we'll take a look at the more focused news of the day. To start - Camera+ turns down Adobe, Google, and Twitter like a boss. Also, Samsung Galaxy S III with quad-core and 2GB RAM headed to Korea. And finally, Lenovo shipping IdeaPad Y580 with Invy Bridge chips.


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