SlashGear Evening Wrap-Up: May 15, 2012

May 15, 2012
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SlashGear Evening Wrap-Up: May 15, 2012

Happy Tuesday, everyone. It's that part of the week where you already feel a bit tired but can't yet use the "it's all downhill from here" mantra. You know what I mean, right? Let's go to a more positive note with today's top tech stories - Apple rumored to use Retina display in next iMac. That's certain to please a lot of Apple fans, not that they need much pleasing because - Apple grabs top spot in US customer satisfaction rankings. And speaking of cool things - NASA's next course: asteroids.

Featured: Sometimes we at SlashGear go on some pretty epic journeys just to catch up on the latest tech news. This time we're coming at you all the was from South Korea and are offering a look at one of the most impressive smartphones that we have seen to date. There's no guarantee it will come to the US, but you should check it out - LG Optimus LTE2 hands-on in Korea.

Facebook, Chrome, & OLED: So as we wrap up the Wrap-Up, let's take a look at the other stories that grabbed headlines today while you were out earning a living. For starters - Facebook enhances transparency in its data use policy. And that's not the only thing that is getting enhanced. We're talking about Chrome 19 - Chrome 19 stable release adds tab syncing. And finally, an advancement in TVs may soon be coming your way - Sony and Paasonic reportedly in talks to partner on OLED.


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