SlashGear Morning Wrap-Up: February 9, 2012

Chris Burns - Feb 9, 2012
SlashGear Morning Wrap-Up: February 9, 2012

When the cloud gets tough, Google gets going, and inside sources are letting the world know that the big G is preparing a service called Google Drive to bring the fury. In the hacked up world of information releases, Apple’s been hit through Foxconn and order data has been spilled. In the quad-core world, the Tegra 3 from NVIDIA may well be the head gun at Mobile World Congress 2012 for HTC – can’t wait for the HTC edge to take the crown back for mobile dominance for HTC!

Google will be fully approved for the Motorola Mobility purchase they set out to take last year. Apple is facing some store protests today over ethics violations folks across the USA are saying they’re guilty of overseas. Take a peek at the Lytro camera from the insides out – at the FCC. Have a peek at the already fabulously popular Nokia N9 running no less than Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich.

Once Google owns Motorola, they plan on continuing to run the drive to grab 2.25% of the iPhone in a patent suit. Meanwhile Google may well be opening a retail store in Dublin. Apple’s own iOS 5.1 will be coming on March 9th and insiders have tipped a first week of March iPad 3 event. Kodak has dumped digital cameras and Samsung Galaxy Camera is a tip that’ll bring Samsung phones in to cameras. Finally check out our review of the fabulous Acer Aspire M3 AM3970 and prepare for an Acer Ultrabook later today!

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