SlashGear Weekly Wrap-Up: April 14, 2012

Mark Raby - Apr 14, 2012
SlashGear Weekly Wrap-Up: April 14, 2012

Happy Saturday, everyone. Hopefully you had a great week. If you’ve been too busy to keep up to date with all the goings on in the tech world, here’s what you need to know. Eyes are still focused on Instagram, which has grown to 40 million users. Here’s something else to whet your electronics news appetite – T-Mobile breaks 1 million iPhone mark on EDGE. And here’s some great news if you’re Google stock holder – Google stock splits 2-for-1 to holder’s glee.

Featured: Here are some of our featured articles from this week:
Three easy ways to save your Instagram photos to desktop
Four alternatives to Instagram
Cable cord-cutting? Ha, never
HTC One V first impressions
Samsung Galaxy Player 3.6 review
Hands-on with Viddy: Instagram for videos
Element Case Vapor Dock for iPhone review

Other Stuff: News for streaming video fans who own an Xbox 360 – Netflix Xbox 360 update adds zoom options and Facebook integration. Moving to mobile platforms, AT&T has begun unlocking iPhones for military personnel. Also, how cool is this? Boeing plans a super secure Android smartphone. And finally, moving back to Apple, the company has responded to allegations from the Department of Justice – Apple responds to DOJ: accusations “simply not true”.

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