SlashGear Morning Wrap-Up: December 2 2010

Dec 2, 2010
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SlashGear Morning Wrap-Up: December 2 2010

Welcome to a morning of great discovery! First, NASA discovers a new form of life that opens the door toward a whole new way of thinking about... well... life! Then RIM discovers the fact that a company by the name of The Astonishing Tribe would be a great addition to their team. ThinkGeek discovers the technology to integrate a music synth into a t-shirt. Amazon discovers its weak side as it stops hosting WikiLeaks. Apple discovers inexpensive auto-stereoscopic 3D technology (and patents it.) Advent Vega discover a few more tablets in their warehouse (and sell them all out basically instantly.) And Google discovers that its Android 2.2 Froyo has finally overtaken 2.1 Éclair. Bring on the cookies!

R3 Media Network

SlashPhone
Google Planning on Their Own online eBook Store
PSP Phone Spotted in Greece [caught on video]

Android Community
Pocket God hits Android, has issues
Speck launches new cases for Galaxy Tab and Galaxy S
Spotify for Android update suits tablets, speeds performance
Verizon’s 4G LTE Network Initial Impressions
Business Insider Ranks Google TV and Nexus One Among Top 15 Biggest Tech Flops of 2010

SlashGear
Malcolm Fontier outs iMojito hybrid iPhone case and wallet
Verizon 4G LTE contract-free options confirmed [COSTLY]
NASA find new lifeform: arsenic microbe widens likelihood of extraterrestrial life [MIND BLOWN]
OnLive PlayPack $9.99 flat-rate gaming plan debuts as MicroConsoles ship
iPad bests Galaxy Tab in perceived value; neither live up to RRP
RIM adds The Astonishing Tribe to its team
Apple TV HD movie streaming delays frustrating owners
Samsung develops highest density LPDDR2 DRAM in industry for mobile devices
HTC watching tablet market and will focus on Android rather than Windows Phone 7 for now
ThinkGeek ships uber geeky Electronic Music Synthesizer shirt
XIM3 gadget breaks cover to let you bring other controller types to your Xbox 360
PeeWee launches new PeeWee Power 2.0 laptop for kids
Sanus outs new basic TV stands and no-drill TV mount
Amazon yank WikiLeaks hosting amid first-amendment furore [FFFFFFFUUUUUUUUUUUU]
Motorola wireless STB streamer due at CES 2011 to take on Slingbox [Updated]
Apple 3D patent details glasses-free display
UK to lead in 4G LTE roll-out, regulator Ofcom predicts
Advent Vega tablet back on sale [Update: all gone!]
Apple fiber-optic MagSafe cable patent tips potential Light Peak support

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