SlashGear Morning Wrap-Up: March 29, 2012

This morning all of you running older Android devices will be able to roll out with Temple Run thanks to hackers galore. The Galaxy Nexus, made by Samsung and powered by Google, will be getting Android 4.0.4 with the XOOM Wi-fi and the Nexus S as well. There's a lovely Metro Theme from Windows 8 and Windows Phone now available for the Galaxy Tab 10.1.

The launch of the Nokia Lumia 900 will be AT&T's biggest launch ever! Dell has completely quit their US smartphone sales altogether – there will no longer be any Dell smartphones in the USA. Samsung has begun opening store inside a store in places like 4u, sparing allegations that they're aping Apple.

Google is demonstrating the excellence of their driverless cars with a blind man at the helm. The Facebook-backed password privacy bill you may have heard of this week has been killed in the House. The world's most efficient flexible OLED display is being demonstrated this week by researchers for your enjoyment!

There's going to be some radical flexible epaper devices released by LG this April – believe it or not! Tim Cook is visiting China this week and is taking a peek at Foxconn factories to make sure they're awesome. Sharp patent overlaps are showing up as Apple Television rumors and we're all waiting to see it happen! And of course Jeff Bezos is raising the Apollo 11 engines from the deep.