SlashGear Morning Wrap-up: November 13th, 2012

It's time for the DROID DNA by HTC – a beast of a device with the highest-definition display on the planet – gigantic! We've also had one whole heck of a lot of action going on in the morning, starting with Call of Duty: Black Ops II. Science has revealed to us this week that Dark Matter is driving the expansion of the universe. The LED lightbulb future has 100W equivalency on its mind.

Those of you hoping to use the GoPro Android app are in luck – it's out today! There's an update for YouTube out there today as well with Nexus Q-like integration with Google TV. Jawbone UP has been reborn for $130 with full iPhone integration – good luck to you Android owners.

The SugarSync 2.0 public beta has been released for everyone on both iOS and Android. Over at Microsoft the man known as Steven Sinofsky is said to be leaving over a failed CEO ultimatum. It would appear that OtterBox has acquired WrapSol.

Check out the new Vuzix Smart Glasses M100 that'll be taking on Google's Project Glass in 2013. Have a peek at the Lumen Smart Bulb seeking funding this week. The Android 4.2 manual update has gone live for the Galaxy Nexus and the Nexus 7.