SlashGear Morning Wrap-Up: June 13, 2012

This morning we're hitting it at full speed with mobile devices and the future of inaccessibility with no less than a majorly difficult to take apart MacBook Pro and Hugh Laurie playing a CEO in a remake of RoboCop. There a few more Model S details dropping before Tesla lets the whole bag go soon. Paramount has launched a lovely new Xbox 360 app for UltraViolet flicks. And don't forget the Apple – Waze data is being used in the new iOS Apple Maps application.

If you're a manufacturer looking to push Windows 8 to your tablet, you'll be looking at $85 USD a pop for Windows RT. If you've not seen enough of the Retina quality MacBook Pro, you can check out the new Every Dimension promo complete with rotating notebook. The app known as Voddler has launched on Nokia Lumia Windows Phones exclusively.

A complete refresh of the Mac Pro has been confirmed by Apple. Epson is bringing four new PowerLite 1700 series projectors to the light. Google Street View has once again had a legal case brought against it in the UK.

Sony has brought two new contenders to the Android ring with the Xperia tipo dual with multi-SIM-card capabilities and the Sony Xperia miro with a lovely Facebook focus. Finally check out our new review of the first set of headphones ever produced by the amplification company Marshall – they're Pitch Black and ready for action!