SlashGear Evening Wrap-Up: March 20, 2012

Mark Raby - Mar 20, 2012
SlashGear Evening Wrap-Up: March 20, 2012

Happy Tuesday, everyone. Are you ready to get a full dose of tech news in just a few short paragraphs? Here we go. For starters, it’s been revealed that Apple’s new iPad is already account for 5% of all US iPad traffic after just a few days on the market. But in less favorable iPad news, Consumer Reports has found that the new tablet gets as hot as 116 degrees when it’s running intensive applications. That’s hot. You know what else is hot? The news that HTC and Beats Audio have acquired music service MOG.

Featured: In our slate of featured articles today, we have a couple reviews, First up is the Clear list-keeper app review. And second, since we were talking about iPads overheating during very powerful apps, here’s a powerful app – SHADOWGUN for iPad review. Just remember if you’re playing it on the new iPad to wear gloves or something just in case the device starts to really burn up.

Xperia, HP, and Huawei: So in the world of mobile news, Sony has just announced one of its first native Ice Cream Sandwich phones – the Xperia Neo L will run the latest Android OS out of the box. Another phone, from Huawei, was revealed even though it wasn’t supposed to be – T-Mobile myTouch by Huawei caught in wild. And finally, turning our attention to a company that is struggling to find a new voice, HP. The company has announced that it will be merging its PC and printer business

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