SlashGear Evening Wrap-Up: May 10, 2012

Happy Thursday, everyone. It's time for the evening wrap-up, where we look back at the most interesting and noteworthy stories of the day, and it's not often we see a story this interesting – NASA finds mysterious "hidden planet." And onto something that falls more on the 'noteworthy' side of things... Facebook Instagram deal faces FTC delay. And now onto something for the gaming fans – Nintendo slashes DSi and DSi XL pricing.

Featured: So, CTIA has officially winded down and now we head to other news to talk about in our featured articles. Like this – Microsoft madness Bing buoyant amid browser brouhaha. And, our Don Reisinger takes a look at another trending Microsoft story – Why I support Microsoft's $99 Xbox 360 and why you should too. Check it out; it's a good read.

IE, Android, & Nvidia: As we wrap up the wrap-up, let's take a look at some of the other stories that were of the most interest today – Rumor: Microsoft bringing Internet Explorer to Xbox 360. That would be quite a move for a console that has historically been very closed off when it comes to online connectivity. In other news, Google is planning a Game Center competitor for Android. And finally, for all you computer enthusiasts out there, Nvidia GeForce GTX 670 review round-up.