SlashGear Morning Wrap-Up: December 30 2010

Dec 30, 2010
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Bypass! As a cool group of hackers bypass PS3 security. Discover! What the Japanese already know in early 2011 with Sharp Galapagos Android tablets. Beware! As a virus by the name of Geinimi flies through your Android device via side-loaded apps. Giggle! As a hybrid DIY project iPhone/Android/Game Boy in a geeky mashup. And get TOTALLY PUMPED UP! At our full guide and demo of the totally leaked Android Honeycomb Music Player - everything you need to know to get it working for you! All this and MORE on SlashGear Morning Wrap-Up!

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Editor's Choice
Watch a Leica M9 get built on video! [FUN!]
fail0verflow hacker group discovers epic PS3 security bypass [BROKEN!]
Mushkin adds more RAM kits to cool Radioactive line [BRILLIANT]
Motorola DROID XOOM tablet has optional LTE 4G modem [PUMP IT UP!]

SlashPhone
Skype for iPhone Now Supports Video Calling
Verizon Wireless to Demo Home Monitoring and Control Service at CES 2011
Micro-USB Charging Port to be Standard for Mobile Phones
AT&T Deploying More WiFi Hotzones

Android Community
Hybrid combines iPhone/Android/Game Boy into geeky mashup
Android app for French hunters lets you share pics and more while on the hunt
Sharp Galapagos tablets headed to US early in 2011
Rockchip RK29xx benchmarked on way to affordable 1080p phones & tablets [Video]
Creative Zen Touch 2 Android 2.1 PMP crosses FCC on way to US
Geinimi Android trojan piggybacks 3rd-party apps & sends personal info to hackers
Motorola DROID XOOM tablet has optional LTE 4G modem
Android Honeycomb Music Player: Full Guide [Early Leak]

SlashGear
Kindle ebook loans now available
LucidLogix Virtu dynamic GPU system for Intel Sandy Bridge revealed
Google carrier ambitions the “nuclear option” says analyst
Skype iPhone video calls could eat AT&T data plan in under an hour
Apple should buy Netflix says analyst as iTunes rentals surge
RIM deny Indian BlackBerry monitoring claims
Phoenix Gold to show OEM integration i-Series car amp at CES 2011
Smart TV could overwhelm the internet warns analyst
Watch a Leica M9 get built on video!
Inderes estimates Nokia shipped 3.5 to 4M Nokia N8 smartphones in Q4
fail0verflow hacker group discovers epic PS3 security bypass
AMD to officially announce Brazos netbook and tablet platform at CES 2011
Gigabyte Q2005 netbook gets Atom N550 love
US Android geeks can get Sharp Galapagos tablets in early 2011
Mushkin adds more RAM kits to cool Radioactive line
Verizon to show off new connected home and home automation gear at CES
LG to “actively respond” to Sony patent lawsuit over phone infringement
ABI Research predicts 7 trillion SMS messages will be sent in 2011
RIM deny PlayBook power problems: any testing was on “pre-beta” units
Android Geinimi trojan infecting phones through side-loaded apps
B&N NOOK2 trademark application tips next ereader?
Apple’s Verizon iPhone unveil by February 14 claims insider
Skype for iPhone adds video calling over 3G/WiFi [Video]
Motorola DROID XOOM tablet to have optional 4G LTE, go on sale February 14?
LG Smart TV Upgrader ST600 makes your dumb HDTV internet-connected
ASUS Eee Pad EP71, EP101, EP102 and EP121 get short-lived tease
Ford SYNC Destinations app remotely programs your PND
Android 3.0 Honeycomb Music Player Leaked, Ready for Download [UPDATE: Not for Everyone!]

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