SlashGear Morning Wrap-up: December 6th, 2012

This morning we're having a peek at a few products that you're going to flip over, starting with the fabulous Transporter from the folks that brought you the Drobo – offline safety! There's been a rapid prototyping project initiated that's created the Project Glass from Google in just two hours. The photo editing app known as Snapseed has been re-released with an update that makes it free, for not just iOS this time but Android as well!

There are now 235 million Google+ users in the Google+ universe, believe it or not! The Google+ universe also has a new element by the name of Google+ Communities The BMW Concept 4 Series Coupe has been previewed as a mid-range "lust magnet" as Chris Davies calls it – lust magnet indeed!

Apple has made a few announcements today via its CEO Tim Cook starting with the fact that they'll be making products in the USA starting in 2013. Meanwhile Cook has again said that Apple TV is "an area of intense interest". Meanwhile Apple and Samsung are back in court over the $1 billion dollar fine laid upon the latter earlier this year.

Analysts have now claimed that Microsoft's big bet with the Surface tablet (the RT version, as that's the only one out thus far) will yield just around 500,000 Surface RT units sold, and it's not good news. Warhammer games is about to get some help from SEGA and Creative Assembly. For those of you looking to work with the iPad mini with EE in the UK, you'll be able to do so for just £50 – with a 2-year contract, of course.