SlashGear Evening Wrap-Up: July 26, 2012

Happy Thursday, everyone. We're just about ready to wrap up another work week, but before we do that we need to wrap up today. So what made news in the tech world on this Thursday? For starters – Rovio hints at potential level editor coming to Angry Birds. And moving right along to a much more well-established company, with not-as-good news – Microsoft Azure fails in Western Europe. And also, some news from Google – Google Earth app update brings 3D imagery to iOS.Featured: And now we come to the part of the evening wrap-up where we showcase the best of the best, our featured articles from the day. The first one is an in-depth look at the fate of motion controls in gaming – How big of a role will Kinect play in the Xbox 720? And the other featured article of the day – Google Fiber: How do I get it in my home?Google Fiber, Twitter, & Pop Music: Alright, so here are the rest of the interesting and noteworthy stories of the day. We'll continue on with the Google Fiber issue and how that made waves today – Google Fiber Web plan revealed for 70mo. Also, were you deprived of social networking this morning? Twitter was down for the count earlier today. And finally, ending the day on a quirky note – Study shows pop music all sounds the same.