SlashGear Morning Wrap-Up: June 7, 2012

This morning we're getting in on the tail ends of both Computex and E3 for 2012, and it's time to wrap up the party for both. Though we did see some impressive machines and quite possibly some much MORE impressive software, we're quite ready to head on home and catch some shut eye. Thusly we'll be getting down to business on the exit trip, and wouldn't you know it? There's a bunch of news outside these two realms as well!

Start your day off right with some smooth Hulu Plus action as they pass 2 million subscribers. Before you go any further, be sure to check out our SlashGear 101: What is IPv6? to know the future of the interwebs. Of course you'll want to check out HBO GO's standalone price structure if you're in on the smart TV action as well.

Samsung is busting out the $1.9 billion dollar mobile chip line with their brand new CEO in a brand new wave of technology finesse. The Nintendo 3DS is grabbed quite a few new games at E3. Members of the dating service eHarmony have had their passwords leaked in a big way.

Someone out in the wild has a supposed iPhone 5 backplate for you to take a look at. The folks at BeBroadband will be blocking the Pirate Bay very, very soon. A brand new set of specs and a single photo have leaked from the Canon EOS Rebel T4i, coming soon!

The BlackBerry PlayBook 16GB version has been canned entirely and Griffin has burst forth with their very own retail store!