SlashGear Morning Wrap-Up: March 27, 2012

Today we've got some rather exciting news from the bottom of the ocean – there's little creatures down there. Have a look at what James Cameron found in the 6.8 mile seabed lower than any other human being has been before, in video form! There's also a new hammerhead shark you should know about, and on a completely different note – Google I/O 2012 is now sold out! You can watch the events streaming if you wish or you could also follow along with SlashGear as we'll be there live and in person!

TeleNav is bringing HTML 5 to GPS and Harry Potter is now out in ebook form. You can get some webOS multitasking switching with iOS with CardSwitcher 2.0 if you wish, and the iPad version of Baldur's Gate will indeed have Multiplayer Support. Verizon is bringing the 4G LTE toting LG Lucid to the game this Spring and Google has a brand new Nelson Mandela archive for you to peek at!

Apple has a bit of the ol' Nano-SIM patent up their sleeve while Google is bringing Google Voice to new carriers this summer. BlueStacks App Player beta-1 has Android apps on PCs like nobodies business, and the "Smoked by Windows Phone" winner will be auctioning off his prizes for charity. And the Samsung Galaxy S II is getting Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich all around the world.

Oh and Temple Run has been released for Android – don't forget!