SlashGear Weekly Wrap-Up: April 21, 2012

Happy Saturday, everyone. So, if you were too busy this week to keep informed in the world of tech, or just want a refresher on what made news, you've come to the right place. YouTube made news this week, with 600+ MGM movies being officially uploaded to the site. And also in the world of top news stories, there's a rumor that Apple will launch an 'iPad mini' for $249 – $300 later this year. And in the world of LTE, AT&T adds three new 4G LTE markets.Featured: Here are some of the featured stories from this week:HTC One V reviewSamsung Galay S III vs HTC One series: the future warWhy it took holographic Tupac to put the dead on tourT-Mobile HTC One S review3ality Technica speaks on Prometheus: 'the best experience possible with 3D'Stephen Elop is a geniusSpotify's ICS upgrade brings the heat; we go hands-onHTC One X official cases hands-onPlantronics Backbeat Go wireless earbuds reviewOther Stuff: There was no shortage of other news this week. In the world of video games,  SimCity 5 previewed and detailedSony launching PlayMemories 5GB cloud photo service next week, and 5th Ave Frogger resurrects painful memories. And in Sony news,  Sony set to buy EMI for $2.2 billion with EU clearing. Unfortunately, there was some bad news for Apple users: Flashback Trojan infection down, but more Mac malware on the way.