SlashGear Weekly Roundup Video - May 1, 2011

This week was heavy on developments in the smartphone location tracking controversy that now involves not only Apple and Google, but all six major players in mobile platforms including Microsoft, Nokia, HP, and RIM. Not only are there class-action lawsuits, but Congress is also stepping in with the House Committee on Privacy seeking some answers. Another topic heavy with new developments was Sony's PlayStation network outage, which continues to leave its over 70 million subscribers without service and possibly with compromised personal information and credit card data. For the full list and video, continue after the cut.

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1. Apple & Google location tracking drama

iPhone storing tracking details on users even with location services off

"We don't track anyone" Steve Jobs reportedly tells user

Class action suit filed against Apple for iPhone location tracking

Microsoft Also Collects Location Data Of Windows Phone Users

Apple releases iPhone tracking Q&A: Denies spying, tips incoming traffic updates

South Park Spoofs Apple Location Tracking Controversy

Google sued over Android location tracking

2. PlayStation Network breach

PSN Admin Dev Accounts Got Hacked, Source Claims Service To Return By Tuesday

PSN Network Updates – Anon disavows [UPDATED AGAIN]

Sony pulled PlayStation Network over rampant piracy?

Sony Issues Update: PlayStation Network Account Information Compromised

Sony defends sluggish PSN leak warnings; Some PSN services back "within a week"

Sony PSN Outage To Face Its First Class-Action Lawsuit

PSN breach could cost Sony $24B

Sony moving PSN data center in hack response

PlayStation Network credit card data reportedly up for sale warn security experts

PlayStation Network And Qriocity Services Questions And Answers

PlayStation Network and Qriocity back online from this week; Compensation detailed

3. New PS3 details

New PS3 models hit FCC, no word on changes

4. Other game console news...

Hulu Plus coming to Xbox 360 on April 29

Nintendo confirms Wii replacement in 2012; Preview at E3 2011

5. White iPhone 4

White iPhone 4 on sale Thursday

White iPhone Needed Sunscreen – Challenges Explained

White iPhone 4 hands-on [Video]

White iPhone 4 Thicker Than The Black iPhone 4

6. Sony announces S1 and S2 Android tablets

Sony Enters Tablet Market with Two Honeycomb Devices

Sony Teaser Video For S1 And S2 Android Tablets

7. Samsung Galaxy S II

Samsung Galaxy S II Review

Samsung Galaxy S II Commercial Touts 8.49mm Thinness

8. DROID Charge

DROID Charge unboxing and hands-on

9. DROID Incredible 2

DROID Incredible 2 Review

Incredible 2 unboxing and hands-on

10. HTC Wildfire S

HTC Wildfire S Review

11. Samsung 55" D8000 Smart TV

Samsung UN55D8000 55-Inch 1080p 240Hz 3D LED Smart TV

12. SlashGear Giveaways!

Qualcomm & BSQUARE Mobile Development Platform Kit

AOC Aire 22" Black LED Monitor