SlashGear Morning Wrap-up: September 26, 2012

This morning we're bubbling around in the middle of the week with a mix of Windows Phone 8, iPhone 5 incoming wave madness, and the looming BlackBerry 10 release. Of course there's a lot of non-mobile stuff coming up as well, and we've gone and done a whole car review, but there's always a bunch of phones to love up on! There's also some chip news, apps for the devices you just bought, and no less than sixteen billion new devices in all realms as well – did I mention that I've been gone for a week? That's Chris Burns, gone for a whole week – I'll be writing an article about how it's felt to be out of the loop, so to speak.

There's been a delay with the Blackmagic Cinema Camera because of a sensor glitch. The Hubble Space Telescope has taken a new deepest photo ever of the universe. You'll be working with the first beta of Cloudee Texas Instruments has decided to sideline their processor business until further notice for mobile devices – say goodbye to OMAP, strangely enough.

Have a peek at the new Sky+ 2TB HD box with on-demand TV and iPad second screen app – it's strange and hot! EA Sports FIFA Soccer 13 launches in the USA and everyone remembers that outside the United States people actually really have a heavy love for the sport! There was a flaw in the Samsung Galaxy S III working with remote wiping but it's been patched at this time – no worries! Google has brought their mapping abilities to a new low – or high, however you look at it – with no less than underwater Street View!

We've got a BMW X1 Crossover Review for you to take a look at – Chris Davies is inside! We've taken a hands-on look at the Barnes & Noble NOOK HD and HD+ right here at the reveal. RIM has release a collection of BlackBerry 10 development tools for your perusal – coming up quick!