SlashGear Morning Wrap-Up: March 23, 2012

Start your morning off right with the New iPad: The Skeptic's Review by Chris Davies. Next get down to business with your AT&T Android device with a list of Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich updates. There's a gigantically impressive in... cost... $31,792 Leica out there, and Angry Birds: Space has officially been released.

The second wave of iPad shipments has been launched. There's a bit of a next chapter in the Android eavesdropping patent saga with a bit of matching of ads to background chatter. Sasmung has decided that they'll be matching Apple with iconic designs for the future. Google Play may soon be selling movies instead of just renting them out.

The Facebook group is launching legal action against your bosses for demanding you give up your passwords. Apple has accepted that Sharp and LG are making good enough LCDs to work with the iPad. On the new iPad you'll now be able to see Retina-quality movie trailers with iTunes Movie Trailers app. Nokia is claiming – with backup – that their PureView technology will cut down any opponent in the smartphone-based camera world, not just in photo and video quality, but in sound quality as well.