SlashGear Morning Wrap-Up: April 11, 2011

Behold, the day has come when the great one, mister Steve Jobs himself, will be releasing an official biography of his whole entire life. This book will be called "iSteve: The Book of Jobs," and will be blasting out on shelves (we're assuming it'll be printed on paper too,) inside 2012. Between that and Photoshop integration famous art software into the iPad, I think we're pretty much set for news today. Oh you'd like a whole lot more? Well let's take a look then – perhaps there's more deeper in the bag.

Before you start this week, you've GOT to check out Rue's SlashGear Weekly Roundup video – catch it each week! Next see Philip Berne chat about his rubbishness at gadget advice and see Don note to the world that we've got more entertainment opportunities than ever. Don't forget to rejoice with us in anticipation of Portal 2!

We've got another emerging masterpiece coming out each and every weekend now, one by the name of Science Week in Review – check it out!

Then one of the most awesome upgrades to our inner workings is the newfound teaching element – one that's emerging on both Android Community and SlashGear. Today let's look at two BIGGIES: SlashGear 101: What is Android? and SlashGear 101: What is Android 3.0 Honeycomb?

Then it's back to Apple as they build a gaming PR team, get some excellent projections for the iPad through 2015, and have their private key crack opened allowing in unofficial AirPlay streaming!

Finally get your new BlackBerry PlayBook fightin' words, see a laser beam set a boat on fire, and some undeniably epic Star Wars ads mocking Windows Phone 7.

Then the biggest news in the world if you're an Android hacker, developer, or just plain fun haver- Cyanogenmod 7 Stable is out now!