SlashGear Weekly Wrap-Up: March 17, 2012

Mar 17, 2012

Hey everyone. Hope you're enjoying your weekend. In case this is the first time you've been able to check up on tech news this week, you missed a lot. Of course, the new iPad was released. And get this, it's already been jailbroken. In addition, we've learned that the Verizon iPa can connect to AT&T's 3G network. Although, you're probably more interested in our extensive iPad 3 review.

Featured: Here are some of the featured stories from this week:
Foosball HD Retina Quality Review
Infinity Blade II 1.0.3 Retina Quality Review
Apple TV 1080p Review
Sony Vaio S series 13.3-inch 2012 refresh Review
iPad 3rd Gen Hands-on vs Android: Part 1
Just How Important Are Video Game Storylines?
Google+ should’ve squashed Instagram for Android (but it hasn’t)

Other Stuff:  If you’re not interested or don’t have all that dough for a new iPad, here’s something more your style – Forget the iPad, here’s the $40 Android tablet. So we always like to showcase interesting novelty tech, and this fits that bill perfectly – Swann MP3 DJ doorbell revealed and detailed. If that’s not your style, maybe portable high-speed drives are up your alley. If so, check out our Elgato Thunderbolt SSD hands-on. Moving on to the gamers out there – Mass Effect 3 ending solidified by director. And finally, ending the day with some unique news, the London Tube is getting free WiFi for the Olympics. That’s all for now.

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