SlashGear Evening Wrap-Up: April 5, 2012

Mark Raby - Apr 5, 2012
SlashGear Evening Wrap-Up: April 5, 2012

Happy Thursday, everyone. It’s almost the end of the week as we recap what made headlines during the day today. First off, if you’re curious about Google’s recently teased Project Glass augmented reality glasses, you should know that Nokia might actually beat Google to the punch. And speaking about beating Google, Viacom has revived its landmark lawsuit against Google-owned YouTube. And in the world of Google competitors, Windows Phone’s next big splash might not be so big – Analysts predict tepid Nokia Lumia 900 sales.

Featured: We posted a couple very interesting featured articles today. First up, it’s the Android phone everyone’s talking about, and we go hands-on with the HTC One X’s Tegra 3 gaming. And on the other side of the spectrum, we delve into something that everyone will be talking about later this year – the rumored Apple television. Would you pay a massive premium for an Apple television?

Mind-Blowing YouTube Numbers & 3D Phones: So here’s what else made news today. Google’s Page touts 800 million monthly users on YouTube. And going back to mobile news, we have news about not one but two 3D phones: HTC Evo 3D 4G spotted 4G LTE design spot, and Samsung quashes 3D rumors for Galaxy S III. Well that’s about it for today, folks. We’ll see you tomorrow for the Friday wrap-up.

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