SlashGear Evening Wrap-Up: March 12, 2012

Happy Monday, everyone. Hopefully your start of the new work week wasn't too painful, but even if it was we have some irresistible tech news to keep you sane. First up, here's an update on the new iPad – it's been revealed that 1 million units were sold in the device's first day of pre-orders. Not too shabby. Meanwhile, on the content side of the industry, HBO is reportedly working with Fox and Universal to remove iCloud restrictions.Featured: One of the big stories of the day is that Instagram, the popular camera app, has reached 27 million users, an incredible feat in a relatively short period of time. That's good news for some and bad for others. Our Chris Davies took an interesting angle in his column today, Google+ should've squashed Instagram for Android (but it hasn't)iPhone, LTE, and 3D printing: So the iPad 3 was just announced, and you know what that means. It's time for the next Apple rumor. Case in point – iPhone 4G LTE tipped for 2012. And, when an LTE-equipped iPhone does make its way down (we know it's just a matter of time), support should be strong especially since AT&T just extended its LTE coverage to 12 additional markets. With all that mobile data, you'll be able to access content quicker than ever, like NCAA March Madness games, which are available through mobile streaming. Finally, on a completely unrelated note, here's a fun, fascinating story to wrap up your Monday – 3D printer promises super fast nanoscale implantables.