SlashGear Evening Wrap-Up: June 19, 2012

Happy Wednesday, everyone. Do you know whose birthday it is today? Yours truly. But that's neither here nor there; let's get to today's top tech stories. For starters, an update on the MacBook Pro – LG supplying Retina Display for new MacBook Pro. And moving onto mobile news for a moment, T-Mobile's Samsung Galaxy S III priced, launching in two phases. And here's some news for the gamers out there – Tencent buys minority stake in Epic Games.Featured: So in our featured articles today, we take a more in-depth look at Microsoft's newly announced Surface tablet. Our Chris Burns opines in his latest column – A casea against Microsoft Surface tablet's future success. Burns also takes a look at a product for you guys – Satechi Premium 4-port aluminum USB hub hands-on. And finally, moving back to Surface, here's everything you need to know – SlashGear 101: What is Microsoft Surface?Google TV, PS4, & Netflix: Alright, so let's check out some of the other headlining stories from today. We've got – Sony NSZ-GS7 Google TV box goes to pre-order status. And speaking of Sony and new products, what about the PS4? Yeah, not any time soon, dude. Sony PS4 won't happen until significant leap over PS3 possible. And finally, we like to end the wrap-up with a fun story when possible, so here's one to make you smile – Comedian's 252-film Netflix excursion makes waves.