SlashGear Evening Wrap-Up: March 16, 2012

Mar 16, 2012
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SlashGear Evening Wrap-Up: March 16, 2012

Happy Friday, everyone. We made it to the end of yet another work week. And we ended it with a bang; lots of stuff happened today. For starters, the new iPad was released. We know that. But here's the best part - it's already been jailbroken. In addition, we've found out that the Verizon iPad can connect to AT&T's 3G network. Also, in non-Apple mobile news, the Nokia Lumia brand will add WiFi hotspot support.

Featured: So if you've got a new iPad, you'll need something for it. Be sure to check out our Foosball HD Retina Quality Review and also our Infinity Blade II 1.0.3 Retina Quality Review to jumpstar your new iPad app collection. That's not the only stuff we've been playing with, though. We also have a Samsung Galaxy S Blaze 4G hands-on and unboxing.

Mountain Lion, Google privacy, and Diablo: Believe it or not, there's more Apple news today than just the new iPad. Apple also unleashed OS X Mountain Lion Developer Preview 2. In privacy news, Google faces new investigation over Safari privacy breach. And finally, gamer fans, you've been waiting for it, and now here are the juicy details - Diablo III Collectors Edition revealed and detailed. So that's about it for now. Be sure to keep reading and we'll be back on Monday for your nightly wrap-up.


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