SlashGear Weekly Roundup Video - April 3, 2011

This week we had a fun filled April Fools Day which brought with it lots of tech news pranks and hijinks. We also had several product reviews that you don't want to miss including the Sony Ericsson XPERIA Play, the HTC Desire S, and the HTC Arrive. Perhaps most notable of the week is Google's push towards anti-fragmentation of its Android platform. Continue after the cut for the video review and the full top ten list.

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10. April Fools Tech Roundup

9. Google vs. CNN on Facial Recognition App

Google Working on Facial Recognition App [UPDATE: False!]Google's Facial Recognition App Found Falsified by CNN [Update: CNN statement]Face-Recognition app lights firestorm between Google and CNN [Updated]

8. Google +1 Button

Google +1 embeds recommendations into search [Video]Google +1: So Simple These Babies Get It

7. HTC April 12 Event: Pyramid or Honeycomb tablets?

6. HTC Arrive

HTC Arrive Review

5. HTC Desire S

HTC Desire S Review

4. iPad 2: The Skeptic's Review

3. Sony Ericsson XPERIA Play

Sony Ericsson XPERIA Play ReviewSony Ericsson confirms XPERIA Play shipping delay; will miss April 1 release on some carriersSony Ericsson XPERIA Play on sale now: Are you buying?

2. ASUS Eee Pad Transformer Official Launch, Price and Date

ASUS Eee Pad First Impressions and VideoASUS Eee Pad Transformer Walk-Through VideoASUS Eee Pad Transformer At Best Buy Soon For $400

1. Google Pushing For Anti-Fragmentation Of Android Platform

Google Android Anti-Fragmentation Push is VitalGoogle puts Android on lock-down: Non-fragmentation contracts, standardized ARM chips, more