SlashGear Morning Wrap-Up: July 12, 2012

This morning you'll first want to see the... plentiful bounty... that Rockstar has unleashed in preparation for Grand Theft Auto V – two screenshots! Next in a slightly more impressive display, analysts have predicted that a whopping 6.5 million Galaxy S III units have been sold in the second quarter of 2012. Today also marks a total of 50 years since the first live television satellite broadcast.

Over at Facebook you may have already noticed – calendar view is now live, ready to bring you all of your events in a much easier to read format than ever before. Microsoft's Windows Phone 8 is ready for action soon – very possible with a lovely new set of lockscreen notifications onboard. Toshiba has brought forth a beast: the AL13SE 2.5" HDD complete with 900GB at 10,500RPM.

A team-up has been announced between Planetary Resources and Virgin Galactic for the rushing of payloads to government-run operations (in space). A brand new watch that's stranger than all the rest has been revealed: Tokyoflash Kisai Online: Tilt for time and you'll find what you need.

Don't forget to check out our Acer Predator AG3620G-UR21P gaming desktop Review for ultimate black and orange action.

Yahoo has had something like 453,000 accounts hacked this week – so watch out for that one. Get your hands on a brand new pair of 3D printed running shoes. The Nintendo Wii U has all but been promised at under $400 USD for later this year – or perhaps early next year. The Hubble Space Telescope has spotted something brand new in our own galaxy – a fifth moon orbiting Pluto. But it's still not a planet.