SlashGear Weekly Roundup Video - July 17, 2011

It was a disappointing week for Apple fans eager to pick up a new MacBook Air and OS X Lion, as both were no-shows with a launch looking to be next Thursday or Friday instead. The much anticipated Spotify music streaming service did open its doors to the US finally, although by invite-only. Google had an excellent earnings call and Microsoft revealed upcoming some Windows Phone Mango handsets. Continue after the cut for the roundup video and links.

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Apple:

Apple's New MacBook Airs To Launch Late Next Week

Apple's Revamped LED Cinema Displays With Thunderbolt Coming Soon

Apple iOS 4.3.4 Released, PDF Vulnerability Fixed

ITC Finds HTC Infringes On Two Apple Patents

Google:

Android patent situation not critical insists Google CEO

Google+ Has Over 10 Million Users, 1 Billion Items Shared Per Day, Says CEO Larry Page

Google Activates 550,000 Android Devices Daily, Reaches 250,000 Android Market Apps

Google+ Corporate Accounts Testing To Launch Next Week

Google Games discovered in Google+ code

Android Market Files Hint At Google Music Store

Spotify:

Spotify US goes live

SlashGear 101: What is Spotify?

SlashGear Free Spotify Invite Giveaway

Microsoft:

Microsoft Reveals New Windows Phone 7 Mango Handsets From Samsung, Acer, And More

Fujitsu Windows Phone could be tweaked 12MP Android handset

Microsoft To Ship Windows Phone Mango Devices By September?

Netflix:

Netflix Announces Price Hike, Splits DVD And Streaming Plans

Is this the chance Netflix rivals have been waiting for?

Netflix lands on Nintendo 3DS today

Blockbuster Attempts Neftlix Customer Thievery in Wake of Price Hikes

Reviews:

Android Market 3.0.26 Hands-On and Review

Spotify Premium Mobile App and Service Review [USA]

Swiftkey X Review for Android Handsets

SwiftKey Tablet X Review

T-Mobile myTouch 4G Slide Review

iRiver Story HD Review