SlashGear Evening Wrap-Up: April 30, 2012

Happy Monday, everyone. It may be the beginning of the week, but it's the end of the month and we're going out with a lot of technology news to round off April. For all you Skype lovers out there, check out the new Skype 4.0 update that just hit iOS. And moving on to more universal mobile news, you'll never believe this. Or maybe you will – Angry Birds Space now hottest mobile game in history. Also, Microsoft secures Windows 8 tablet ebook future.Featured: So sticking to the subject of ebooks for a moment, we have an interesting article for you bookworms out there – Apple, not Amazon, is Microsoft's Nook motivation. And in the reviews department, we go to the one home goods store that no mall can do without – Brookstone Bluetooth Keyboard Pro for iPad review. And finally, get ready movie fans because an epic sci-fi alien flick is on the way. Prometheus Week: FacehuggersGoogle, Oracle, & SiriusXM: Do you ever sit up at night wondering what new service Google will launch next? Luckily you don't have to, because there are people down in Mountain View, CA who do that for you. The latest creation – Google's bank, credit card comparison service. But before that goes live, Google might need to go to its own bank. The Oracle lawsuit still looms high – Oracle's final rebuttle against Google. And finally for today, we have news from a company that frankly isn't in the news enough these days – SiriusXM updates Internet radio app for Android.