SlashGear Morning Wrap-Up: January 14 2011

Watch out for the law, it's gonna git ya! A fellow who believes he and his brothers and sisters united in Android have been wronged by T-Mobile and Samsung – and what to Americans do when we're wronged? File a class action lawsuit of course! On a different side of the world, the Android community is getting along a little better – see Japan build a human-sized android with an Android brain – and light-up eyes! Over on SlashGear we're popping popcorn with lasers, feelin pretty healthy hosting a game of Call of Duty on a medical server, and rocking relatively hard with the amount of music-related posts we've got up – see if you can spot em! All this and MORE on SlashGear Morning Wrap-Up! OH- and Wikipedia's Jimmy Wales says App Stores are the worst!R3 Media NetworkEditor's ChoiceClass Action Lawsuit Filed Against T-Mobile and Samsung Over Lack of Froyo Update to Vibrant [NO MORE MISTER NICE CUSTOMER]TeleNav GPS Navigator 6.2 for Android Live Today [BETTER GPS MEANS QUICKER ACCESS TO FOOD]Stop DavinciDevelopers! [APP THIEF!] [THIS IS NO ONE DAY BATTLE]Rapper 50 Cent tweet about Sleek by 50 headphones causes a ruckus [A DOLLAR'S WORTH OF RAPPER HEADPHONES]Sculpteo makes 3D figures of your whole family [AHHH]Apple Patent Application Suggests Hover Sensing [iTOUCHLESS]Android CommunityClass Action Lawsuit Filed Against T-Mobile and Samsung Over Lack of Froyo Update to VibrantCarriers and Manufacturers ranked on Froyo updates: HTC & Verizon winnersDroid Pro and Samsung Fascinate Receive Maintenance Update from VerizonAndroid NFC apps appearCompal says most tablets it ships to use Android and use ARM chipsTeleNav GPS Navigator 6.2 for Android Live TodayCompanionLink hosted sync comes to AndroidAT&T Dell Streak Froyo reportedly delayed again: "A couple of more weeks at least"Froyo Source for Samsung Fascinate 3G+ on Telus ReleasedJapanese Build Human-Sized Android with Android BrainAndroid App Development Course Offered at New Jersey Institute of TechnologyATT Motorola Atrix 4G Possible Launch Date March 1stAndroid Developers Outline World TourXPERIA Mini Model Line Continuation Confirmed by Sony EriccsonSwype Sends Distribution Rules to XDAStop DavinciDevelopers! [APP THIEF!]SlashGearBlackBerry Storm 3 leaks with specs; to launch Q3 in Torch line?LG underwhelmed by Windows Phone 7 launchAlesis StudioDock for iPad turns tablet into pro-audio system [MUSIC]Spotify US plans perk with talk of Sony Music deal [MUSIC]Android Froyo update progress rated: AT&T and Sony Ericsson slatedHannStar Display president charged with LCD conspiracyLaser popcorn cooking is awesome (but time consuming) [Video]Apple "A8″ processor & Qualcomm baseband for iPhone 5?New iRiver U100 DAP unveiled [MUSIC]White BlackBerry Torch headed to UK as Vodafone exclusiveTeleNav GPS Navigator 6.2 Live Today on Android for ATTLiquid Image unveils new Impact Series HD camera gogglesMedical server hacked to host Call of Duty GameBrazilian online game gets Paris Hilton virtual goodsKorg nanoSERIES2 USB controllers outed [MUSIC]Nintendo had two top selling game consoles in USSurvey finds adults research gadget purchases more than their doctorNo iPhone Dev Team unlock until iOS 4.2.5 & 4.3 are publicRapper 50 Cent tweet about Sleek by 50 headphones causes a ruckus [MUSIC]Korg KAOSS Pad QUAD mangles audio with 4-effect touchpad control [MUSIC]DigiPower iPad accessories launchAngry Birds plush characters announcedSculpteo makes 3D figures of your whole familyVirgin Mobile to throttle $40 unlimited MiFi after 5GBEurocom crams new NVIDIA GTX 480M into Panther 2.0AT&T Motorola ATRIX 4G due March 1?Verizon was "never in the running" for first iPhone admits CEOSamsung S5830 "Galaxy S Mini" leaksARM-based Google TV STBs "coming soon" tips insiderApp Stores present dangerous "chokepoint" says Wikipedia's Jimmy WalesNews Corp "The Daily" delayed over iOS subscription API issues1m BlackBerry PlayBook tablets incoming in Q1 2011Apple Patent Application Suggests Hover Sensing

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