SlashGear Morning Wrap-Up: February 17, 2012

The first thing you should look at this morning is, believe it or not, our review of Pinterest for the iPhone 4S. And I want to take this opportunity to encourage you to tell us what other apps you'd like your humble narrator to review as I continue my journey with the iPhone 4SPlaystation Vita line as Sony details how you'll use it with the PlayStation 3. HTC has had its HTC One X quad-core device detailed spilled all over the place – and we're excited as heck!

You'll want to update your SWYPE keyboard this weekend as they're updating it for Ice Cream Sandwich! For you HDTV lovers, have a peek at the Samsung 2012 pricing leak. For those of you with Acer tablets running Android, get ready for the Ice Cream Sandwich flood! There's a whole new unlock screen coming to Android in the near future if this Google patent has anything to say about it. Apple is currently facing a $2 billion USD lawsuit from Proview. The Nokia Lumia 610 and 305 have been discovered in Indonesia – they're real!

The newest version of Apple's operating system, OS X Mountain Lion, will not be supporting older models. Meanwhile it appears that Apple is being rather coy on their possible touchscreen laptops and desktops for the future. At the same time it appears that Windows 8 touchscreen ultrabooks are coming to fruition sooner than later with form-factors galore. Philips HMP2000 is set to take on Roku. Samsung is bringing the SD card heat with rugged SD and microSD memory for the near future.

And more iOS devices were sold in 2011 than every Mac ever sold since the beginning of time.