SlashGear Morning Wrap-Up: May 28, 2012

This week it's time to dive right into summertime with the Apple TV we've been hearing so much (and yet so little) about – hear Don Reisinger speak about how its an inevitability, too. If you plan on faking some Android apps with malicious intent, think twice – a fellow who did that was just fined 50 thousand BPB as he well should have been. There's no replacing a good Facebook phone when it comes to creating a Facebook app, just listen to Chris Davies about it. We've also got a couple of massive reviews for you to check out from this weekend: the Samsung Galaxy S III and the Mazda CX-5.

The folks as ASUS are ready to debut some new Transformer tablets and notebooks at Computex. The new CEO of Yahoo has decided to completely axe Livestand. There's a little bit of Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich coming up on the Sony Xperia S. We'll be at E3 this year, but Bungie will not.

Monster headphones have released three news sets for your enjoyment. Microsoft is set to block a massive class-action lawsuit with some contract cut-out action. SolaWerks SolaPad solar charging panel for your iPad will be coming very soon. the lovely Nokia Lumia 610 has had a few more Windows Apps restricted from its person.

And just so you know we've got an odd eye today, have a peek at how Harley-Davidson have added a motorcycle to their museum which went through the Japanese tsunami and ended up in British Columbia. Grab it!