SlashGear Morning Wrap-Up: April 25, 2012

This morning we're still swimming in the waves of the oncoming storm that is Samsung's next big release – believe it! We're also well out of the way of the iPad 3, into the wavepool that is the Apple Q2 earnings call, and getting ready for the massive beast that is the iPhone 5. What do you think of that? Then there's computing news as well, Windows 8 of course, can't forget that. And of course there's no knowing what might happen when indoor GPS comes around!

Apple's WWDC 2012 has been sold out completely in just two hours and resales of tickets have been completely forbidden – dont expect any Woodstock situations, either! Speaking of Woodstock, Microsoft has been considering a new music service called that instead of Zune. Sony will be bringing the cloud heat with PlayMemories Online to defeat Google Drive.

Some absolute must-views for today start with Chris Davies' hands-on with James May and his Science Stories for Qualcomm AR app. Valve has been speaking again about STEAM for Linux! HTC is being called a Facebook phone maker for the third quarter of this year. And Google+ finally gets a share button.