SlashGear Evening Wrap-Up: March 28, 2012

Mark Raby - Mar 28, 2012
SlashGear Evening Wrap-Up: March 28, 2012

Happy Wednesday, everyone. As we wrap up the middle of the week, here’s a run-down of what made news today. First off, Verizon’s 4G LTE Jetpack hotspot is launching on April 12. In the world of other smartphone platforms, AT&T has confirmed that the Windows Phone Tango update is coming soon. And finally, whether or not it’s an iPhone, if you have an Apple product and you live in the US, you are now officially part of the majority. 50% of US households have an Apple device.

Featured: Speaking of Apple devices, check out our latest feature on the new iPad – New iPad hot five Retina apps countdown. If you aren’t quite rich enough, or Apple-fanboy enough to have a new iPad, maybe you could make yourself have a lucid dream about the new LG Lucid, which we just recently got our hands on. And finally in our featured articles section for today, SlashGear’s Michael Crider gives us five things you don’t need in your next smartphone.

Apple, Chine, and Comcast on Xbox: So Apple’s CEO is still making waves for his visit to China. Most recently, he met with China’s Vice Premier. Check out our report on that. But meanwhile, at the same time as Cook’s visit, Proview is saying it will take all legal measures to stop iPad sales in China. And finally, Comcast takes net neutrality fire over Xfinity Xbox streaming. That’s about it for now. Keep it tuned right here for all the latest tech news and reviews.

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