SlashGear Evening Wrap-Up: March 30, 2012

Mark Raby - Mar 30, 2012
SlashGear Evening Wrap-Up: March 30, 2012

Happy Friday, everyone. We’re wrapping up the month just around the corner, and the last business day of March proved to be chock full of news. And it isn’t all good news – Global Payments hacked, 50000 cardholders at risk. On a lighter note, though, the Nokia Lumia 900 Windows Phone is now available for pre-orders. And here’s something that’ll have you thinking, “Why did it take so long?” – Google Maps gets real-time traffic.

Featured: So, on our featured story slate today, we have a review of one of the most eyed Android phones today – check out our Lucid by LG review. And speaking of LG and Android, check out this article: LG user interface change keeps Android interesting. For those who aren’t great big Android fans, though, here are four Microsoft Courier alternatives for Android.

Netflix, PS4, and Facebook Timeline: Here are some of the other stories that made news today. We’ll start with Netflix holds tight with purchase. Also, if you’re craving news about the PS4, rumored to be code-named the PlayStation Orbis, here’s something – Sony PlayStation Orbis dismisses legacy games. And finally, wrapping the wrap-up with some social networking news, Facebook Timeline for brand pages mandatory starting today.

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