SlashGear Morning Wrap-up: January 29, 2013

Chris Burns - Jan 29, 2013
SlashGear Morning Wrap-up: January 29, 2013

This morning it’s all about the next generation of productivity with the release of Office 2013 as well os Office 365 for online excellence. We’ve got a review of Office 365 Home Premium and are pumped up about the future of cloud connectivity right this minute! There’s been an announcement of an HTC event hitting NYC on the 19th of February that we’ll certainly be at and Verizon has revealed a brand new $20 LTE mobile hotspot by the name of Jetpack MiFi 5510L.

You’ll be able to see the first final look at the Gamestick this morning right before it hits production after Kickstarter. The fun folks at DARPA have revealed a 1.8 gigapixel drone camera that’ll be able to target the enemy at 20,000 feet. BlackBerry 10 has been announced as coming with ooVoo for 12 person video chat – weird!

The iPad 4 with 128GB storage has been announced officially complete with Retina display and Lightning connector – and what on earth will you be using that massive amount of storage for? More apps and photos and videos than you can possibly imagine. Crysis 3 Open Beta is now out for Xbox 360 – jump in on the mega-shooting excellence! If you’ve been using the London Tube for free wifi, you’ll be in for a surprise immediately if now soon: costs!

Apple’s Siri has been updated with iOS 6.1 to include movie ticket purchases with Fandango – like magic! Acer has made it clear that they’ve for a bit more faith in Chromebooks than they do in Windows 8 at the moment – watch out for more on the inexpensive end! Then there’s the tiny side of things – Orbis Transform for both Apple Lightning and microUSB in one cord – sweetness!

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