SlashGear Evening Wrap-Up: March 26, 2012

Mark Raby - Mar 26, 2012
SlashGear Evening Wrap-Up: March 26, 2012

Happy Monday, everyone. Hopefully you all had a very restful weekend and are eager to catch up on all the tech news that happened today. Even if your weekend was less than restful, we’ve still got major news. For starters, T-Mobile is hiking up its unlimited, 5 GB, and 10 GB data prices. Yikes. And we all know how important mobile data is these days. That’s why the new iPad can apparently last 25 hours as an LTE hotspot

Featured: Speaking of the new iPad, it’s no surprise that many people are concerned about its overheating issues, but here’s an interesting op-ed piece about that – Why the iPad heat is linked to hot sales. Meanwhile, over on the Android side of things, HTC is making news today, and get our take on what happened in this article: HTC makes no Sense. Finally, in our catalog of featured articles today, is an HP Omni 27 review.

Data, Privacy, and Tim Cook: Amid the other tech stories that made news today is this surprising statistic: Megaupload claims US military uploaded 94245 gigabytes. And if you’re worried about other facets of the government being able to track your online history, don’t worry because the FTC’s Do Not Track system is set for this upcoming winter. And finally on our plate today, Tim Cook visits China for greater investment. Well, that’s about all for today. We’ll be back tomorrow for Tuesday’s wrap-up.

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