SlashGear Morning Wrap-Up: July 31, 2012

Jul 31, 2012
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SlashGear Morning Wrap-Up: July 31, 2012

This morning it's time to get updates in software all around, with Sony's Jelly Bean and Hulu Plus for Apple TV just at the tip of the pie. Apple has forced a Google employee off of the jury in their Samsung court case. Over at FreedomPop, you've got the opportunity to turn your iPod touch into an iPhone with their free data sleeve for 4G.

The project known as OUYA has gotten another big update for those anticipating the full system: Final Fantasy III assurance from the folks at Square Enix. The film Skyfall has been given a brand new trailer complete with more bombs, guns, and 007 than you can handle! There's a new collection of LRO photos up now showing that most of the USA's planted flags there still stand proudly.

The folks at RIM will likely be cutting 3,000 jobs on the 13th of August as BlackBerry continues to drain out. Microsoft has made a change to Bing search results in Facebook tagging galore! Motion tracking group Leap Motion is getting ready to ship their first big product in February 2013 as 26,000 developers jump on board for the future of next-level tracking.

There's a brand new Sony Xperia Tablet out in the wild. Samsung is getting prepared to work on an 11-inch 2560 x 1600 pixel resolution tablet for all to love and hold. There's a new app out there ready to take on Siri and Google Now: Saga, available for your perusal. NASA's Grand Entrance videos coming out now will feature William Shatner and Wil Wheaton for all the nerds to love.


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