SlashGear Weekly Wrap-Up: March 24, 2012

Mar 24, 2012

Happy Saturday, everyone. It's that time again where we showcase all the biggest stories of the week. Not everyone has the time to stay up-to-date on the latest tech news every day, so here's a quick look at what made news over the last several days. For starters, T-Mobile had to layoff nearly 2000 employees is causing AT&T to blame the FCC over its failed merger deal. Also, big news in the social world - Social gaming startup OMGPOP was officially acquired by Zynga. Keep reading for more of the major headlines.

Featured: Here are some of the featured stories from this week:
Perfection is demanded of the new iPad
Dead trees and PCs: HP’s innovation challenge
Samsung Galaxy S Blaze 4G review
Clear list-keeper app review
SHADOWGUN for iPad review
Grand Theft Auto III for iOS review

Other Stories: Sony has just announced one of its first native Ice Cream Sandwich phones – the Xperia Neo L will run the latest Android OS out of the box. There’s another phone coming out soon, the Samsung Galaxy S III, and we have some new leaked press shots of that one. Moving back to gaming for a second, we’ve also got news about a pretty monumental title making its way to the Xbox 360 – we’re talking about Minecraft, of course. And finally, here’s something you may have been wondering about – Mountain Lion Retina graphics tip high-red Macbooks incoming. Well, that’s all for now. Keep it tuned to SlashGear and enjoy the rest of your weekend.

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