SlashGear Morning Wrap-Up: March 30, 2012

Chris Burns - Mar 30, 2012
SlashGear Morning Wrap-Up: March 30, 2012

This week we’re getting to a point where the new iPad has seen its initial run of insane popularity and we’re easing back into news about all other things electronics. That said, it appears that there’s quite a bit of shakeup in the rest of the industry over the past few weeks, a lot of items coming to a head in the past 24 hours. Over at Foxconn in China, the FLA is investigating and subsequently making workers mad at their findings – less overtime for you! T-Mobile is being punched in the stomach over some un-asked-for ads in the status bar and SEGA is seeing one gigantic loss in their most recent earnings call. Meanwhile BlackBerry isn’t doing so well either.

You gamers out there should be freaking out over Baldur’s Gate Enhanced Edition is coming out for Mac OS X! There’s a bit of talk around whether or not Windows Phones will be getting PureView tech in the near future – do it Nokia! Temple Run is out for Android and has gotten ONE MILLION DOWNLOADS already!

Don’t forget to take a peek at our review of the House of Marley Bag of Rhythm [pictured above in part] to stay on top of the hot beats in the streets!

Google Drive will likely be coming out soon with 5GB of storage for free, right out of the box! Sceptre has an eco friendly 40-inch LCD TV on the way while Clarion Mirage is putting Android in your dashboard. A bit of the old nano-SIM vote rigging is in the works says RIM while Battlefield 3 has an update out there crippling PS3 users.

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