SlashGear Morning Wrap-Up: July 16, 2012

Welcome to the start of another fabulous week of tech, gadgets, entertainment, and everything in-between here on SlashGear! Start your morning off right with a foretelling of a tablet future for Nokia, complete with a hinge for folding over! Next have a peek at the Sony Xperia NXT series as its available in the USA this week! If you're working with Skype, you might want to keep an eye on this message leak bug that's been creeping around your software's insides.

The folks at Huawei are getting set up to offer a wider range of storage products for the near future. It's seeming more and more likely that Steve Ballmer will be revealing the details of Office 15 later today. Have a peek at the Gauntlet keyboard-glove that'll be perfect for your Google Glass early next year.

You can now order Raspberry Pi in general, pre-orders having been shipped and the online store ready for action. There's a bit of talk surrounding iPad challengers this morning, starting with a new 10-inch Kindle Fire. Those of you that own the HTC Desire HD, you might be out of luck as far as Ice Cream Sandwich goes.

The folks at Activision and Marvel Comics have finally made way for a Deadpool-centric game that'll be released later this year. The relationship between Anonymous and WikiLeaks has beed detailed in part. It appears that SpaceX is ready to complete its Dragon design review – kids in space next year!

Al Capone's 1928 Caddilac will be heading to auction very soon. The New York Times has reported that they've got sources confirming the iPad Mini. Google's Project Glass has had its Artificial intelligence and controls detailed in full in a patent application. Microsoft has sold its share of in its entirety to Comcast.

The Nokia Lumia 900 has had its AT&T price cut in half, and we can expect Apple's OS X Mountain Lion to launch on the 25th of July.