SlashGear Evening Wrap-Up: March 21, 2012

Mark Raby - Mar 21, 2012
SlashGear Evening Wrap-Up: March 21, 2012

Happy Wednesday, everyone. Hope you’re having a great hump day. You know who had a really great Wednesday? Social gaming startup OMGPOP, which was officially acquired by Zynga today. In not-so-great news, Google Wallet is still struggling, and now the search giant may reportedly be considering a revenue share deal. Another company that’s still struggling is RIM, which is telling the few users who actually bought a Blackberry Playbook: just say no to jailbreaking.

Featured: So, in case you hadn’t heard the news, HP is tying its printer and PC units together. What does this mean for the company? We’ve written a column on that subject – Dead trees and PCs: HP’s innovation challenge. Another entry in our featured articles department looks at one of Samsung’s latest and great Android devices. It’s our Samsun Galaxy S Blaze 4G review.

Xperia, Galaxy S, and BBM: In other mobile news today, the Sony Xperia S phone is now shipping worldwide. There’s another phone coming out soon, the Samsung Galaxy S III, and we have some new leaked press shots of that one. And in Blackberry news, the new Curve 9320 has a dedicated BBM button. Not that that will make anyone go back to Blackberry, but whatever.

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