SlashGear Morning Wrap-up: February 13, 2013

Chris Burns - Feb 13, 2013
SlashGear Morning Wrap-up: February 13, 2013

It’s time for some HTC One action with a confirmation from the very source – coming up quick! This year’s USA State of the Union address saw a massive 1.36 million tweets – and one awkward follow-up response. Rumors of a Samsung smart watch have begun to surface after many Apple iWatch tips have taken hold. Be sure to check our Lenovo ThinkPad Tablet 2 Review for great justice – pen and dock included!

There’s a large Slacker Radio overhaul going on in their efforts to take on Pandora and Spotify. A bit of a break appears to have happened with Flickr as sets of private pics have been pushed publicly. The Intel Web TV plans revealed this week have been given an addendum: this setup will be always watching!

You’ll be glad to find MacBook Pro Retina and Air price slashes along with boosted specs in the mix this week – a perfect combo for massive Apple sales! The Microsoft Surface Pro has been given a break-down and take-apart session by the folks at ifixit. An update of the A&E iPhone app has given users free access to many of the network’s programs.

The British military has admitted hundreds of lost drones that they’ll have to answer for more than once in the near future. Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer has made it clear that their Microsoft search deal has failed to deliver. The service known as Jawbone MyTALK has been hacked – names, emails, and encrypted passwords have indeed been stolen. Pluto’s moons now have a Vulcan name option thanks to William Shatner.

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