SlashGear Weekly Roundup Video - July 24, 2011

The much anticipated Mac OS X Lion touched down this past Wednesday along with revamped MacBook Airs, Mac Minis, and Cinema Displays. Apple's on a winning streak with more than 1 million Lion copies sold in the first day and a record breaking third quarter earnings call. Intel and Microsoft also did quite well, but Nokia hugely disappointed. Other record setting numbers from Google and Spotify round out the week. Continue after the cut for the video and full roundup list.

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Apple:

Mac OS X Lion available now!

Apple MacBook Air updated

Apple Mac mini refreshed: Sandy Bridge and dual-drive Server

Apple Thunderbolt Display revealed

OS X Lion update kills Flash Player hardware acceleration and more

Adobe admits OS X Lion Flash claims were false

iTunes 10.4 and iWork 6 Updates Released For OS X Lion Full-Screen Support

MacBook Air 13″ core i5 hands-on (mid-2011)

OS X Lion Sold Over 1 Million Copies In First Day

Complete Apple retail store faked quite convincingly in China

Apple Killing Off More Boxed Software From Stores

Apple Hints At iPhone 5 In September?

Apple Q3 Earnings Exceeds Expectations, $28.57 Billion Revenue, $7.31 Billion Profit

Intel, Microsoft, and Nokia:

Intel Q2 Earnings Beat Expectations, Netbooks Down, Cloud Computing Strong

Microsoft Reports Solid Q4 Earnings Thanks To Enterprise, Servers, And Xbox

Windows Phone Mango App Submissions In August Support September Launch

Nokia "Sea Ray" Windows Phone caught on video

Nokia Q2 financials "clearly disappointing" says CEO Elop: €487m loss

Google:

Google+ For iPhone Now The Top Free App In iTunes

Google+ Games Stream confirmed

Google acquires Fridge: Groups for Google+ incoming

Google+ hits 20m unique visitors; Social chief admits brand strategy was "a mistake"

Google+ Celebrity Acquisition Plan In The Works

Google Is Shutting Down Google Labs And Some Experimental Projects

What Google Labs Shutting Down Means for YOU the Google Lover

Spotify:

Spotify Reached 70,000 Paying Subscribers In First Week Of U.S. Launch

SlashGear Spotify Invites Now Up for Grabs!

Reviews & Hands-on/Unboxings:

Verbatim Bluetooth Mobile Keyboard Review

Mac OS X Lion Review

MacBook Air 13-inch core i5 Review (mid-2011)

Toshiba Thrive Review

Lenovo IdeaPad K1 and ThinkPad Tablet hands-on