SlashGear Morning Wrap-Up: April 11, 2012

Good morning world, it's time for the SlashGear Morning Wrap-up, starting with a brand new Spotify Play Button to embed your favorite tunes in your own webpage – for free! Apple is working on their own Flashback malware removal to make the devil go away. Nokia is popping out another Windows Phone with the Nokia Lumia 610 NFC. There's a brand new version of the ROKU out there with ROKU HD – coming to stores soon!

Nokia has also started offering their flagship Lumia 900 completely for free on AT&T. There's a Twiggy-drive-having Macintosh out there you can buy for five figures – cheep! Intel has introduced a new tablet for education. BlackBerry has upgraded BBM to work with Facebook, Twitter, and more!

The Lumia sales are up, but Nokia is feeling down on the whole. Chris Davies has an article by the name of Bad Luck Nokia regarding that very subject. The ASUS Eee Pad MeMo 171 has officially gone on sale in Taiwan and benchmarks have popped up.

Google is burning through Motorola perhaps too quickly and may be considering selling their hardware devision to Huawei. Intel has teased 75 new Ultrabooks and 10 Atom tablets for 2012. Crysis 3 has had some artwork leak with game info incoming. The HTC One S will be popping up on T-Mobile April 18th and Google+ has had a major refresh preview sent out.