SlashGear Morning Wrap-Up: March 19, 2012

Welcome to the first week after the new iPad has been released – it's a strange world here where Apple's products dominate our everyday lives: is it any wonder why they've decided to buy their company back off the market? Apple's announced a $10 billion USD share repurchase and Q4 dividend. That announcement does not include Tim Cook, mind you. Meanwhile we've got the biggest and best tip for the Galaxy S III yet,

The iPad has set AT&T sales and activations records as well as a record weekend for Apple. And don't you worry, we've got a series of posts that'll set your Android-loving heart on fire as well: iPad 3rd Gen Hands-on vs Android: Gaming – and the saga will continue!

We've seen the next generation in Nokia Windows Phone with the Nokia Lumia 719C for China (at first.) Angry Birds: Space continues to ramp up with secret anti-bullying levels. On that note, we've also seen some Apollo 11 moon-landing photos that are more vivid than any that've come before. There's a brand new Panasonic Lumix GF5.

The CIA is using the internet to spy on you! Linux 3.3 has begun to eat Android alive. Microsoft has had an Attack Code leaked to hackers. The FAA (airplanes) is reconsidering a ban on passenger electronics – watch out Alec Baldwin!