SlashGear Morning Wrap-Up: January 27 2011

Let's take a look at a few statistics before we begin a day of releases and leaks, shall we? First, AT&T finances reveals that thus far, 4.1m iPhones & 442k tablets have been activated. Then, Qualcomm First Quarter Results Report reveals $1.17 Billion in Net Income, that being up a whopping 39% since last year. Next, there's some big reveals coming your way from Sony: Sony PlayStation Suite & PS Store for Android gaming and Sony NGP is "next generation portable" PSP2. Looks like a day for gaming if you ask me. How about one from the makers of Final Fantasy – Square Enix announces Crystal Defenders for Android. That font treatment remind you of anything? It's squaring up to be a colorful day here on SlashGear Morning Wrap-Up!R3 Media NetworkEditor's ChoiceNOOKcolor firmware v1.1.0 adds pinch-zoom, moreSony PlayStation Suite brings gaming to AndroidOfficial Android 3.0 Honeycomb Logo RevealedSquare Enix announces Crystal Defenders for Android [FINAL FANTASY FOREVER]HTC smartphone caught in wild ahead of MWC 2011 debutSlashPhoneSony Confirmed Bringing PlayStation Suite for Android SmartphoneGoogle US Accepts Mobile Number Porting to Google Voice ServiceSamsung Galaxy S 2 Unveiled on MWCAndroid CommunityHTC Verizon smartphone latest to leakAwesome Super Mario Android wallpaperNOOKcolor firmware v1.1.0 adds pinch-zoom, moreAndroid app for ATM repair techs launchesSquare Enix announces Crystal Defenders for AndroidHTC smartphone caught in wild ahead of MWC 2011 debutSony PlayStation Suite brings gaming to AndroidOfficial Android 3.0 Honeycomb Logo RevealedSlashGearPandora open-source console goes on general saleQualcomm First Quarter Results Report $1.17 Billion in Net Income, Up 39% Compared to Last YearOWC Media Center bundle turns Mac mini into a home entertainment systemFacebook denies HTC phone rumorsSkype for Mac drops beta, charges for group video calls [Video]Nokia "must build, catalyse or join a competitive ecosystem" says CEOVerizon HTC Android phone latest to leakRIM insists "no possibility" of BlackBerry backdoor for IndiaAssero Defender will make you look like an asshatApple will support TD-LTE standard says China MobileAT&T finances: 4.1m iPhones & 442k tablets activatedTrimble Ranger 3 rugged outdoor computer debutsYahoo Mail gets YouSendIt integrationParrot names Horizon Hobby as distributor for AR.Drone in the US and CanadaTesla launches battery recycling program in EuropeiKit AutoCharge + USB keeps USB gear powered on the goMSI GT680R-008US Gaming Notebook uses Sandy BridgeNokia market share drops; needs to "change faster" says new CEOSAVANT unveils new 16-channel multi-room amp called AMP-1640Scosche flipSYNC II keychain charge cable shipsNew HTC Android phone caught in wild: HTC Desire replacement?PS3 update v3.56 released; blocks unofficial firmwareRenesas 16MP smartphone SoC does Full HD, 15fps stillsBallistic trots out new cases for Droid X, HTC Evo, and Samsung FascinateSony's first bizarre NGP PSP2 trailer revealed [Video]Everything Everywhere contactless phone payments due Q2 2011 in UKHulu facing free show cull as "virtual cable operator" plans consideredMotorola sales dip under Verizon iPhone 4 pressureMacBook Pro stock shortage could point to imminent Sandy Bridge refreshSony unveils 82-strong NGP studio support listSony PlayStation Suite & PS Store for Android gamingSony NGP is "next generation portable" PSP2

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