SlashGear Morning Wrap-up: November 28th, 2012

This morning we're having a massive influx of automobile news because of the LA Car Show that we're also in attendance of. Have a peek at our Chevrolet Sonic and Siri integration hands-on courtesy of our own Vincent Nguyen. Then move on to such a beauty as the BMW i3 Concept Coupe with a complete ditching of steel for intelligent EV. Also spotted is the new Fiat 500L and 500L Trekking for North American release.

Apple has successfully gotten Samsung Galaxy devices banned in the Netherlands. You'll be glad to know that Vimeo for iPhone has been updated for easier video creation. Skype for iOS has also been updated with Microsoft account login and animated emoticons (finally! right?)

The entire Curiosity Mars Mission has been classified "history books" worthy by NASA. Science has also spoken up (in general) about a lovely Nuclear engine for deep space exploration.

Vehicle news continues then with the new TMG Sports 650 on the Lexus luxobarge you're going to need to see to believe. There's a new Desire short film for Jaguar starring Damien Lewis.

The TomTom navigation app has updates for both iOS 6 and the iPhone 5 but gone is Google Local Search – wonder why? The folks at Mugen have brought forth a massive 6400 mAh battery for the Samsung Galaxy Note II. The operating system known as webOS has returned as a very slow-moving Android homescreen replacement app – more production soon! Also bigfoot is real apparently – check it out!