SlashGear Weekly Wrap-Up: June 16, 2012

Happy Saturday, everyone. Did you have a great week? Would you like to see what made news this week? If you answered yes to the latter, that's all that matters. Of course, the big news – Apple's Worldwide Developers Conference. We'll get right down to it – Apple WWDC 2012 keynote video available now.  Also, if you're looking for something with controversy – ICANN suspends domain sales amid address spill. And let's throw in a rumor just for good measure – Qualcomm readying 4G LTE chips for next iPhone.

Featured: Here are some of this week's featured articles:

TI's world's smallest IR temp sensor hands-on

OMAP 5 Android development platform hands-on

Micosoft brand Windows 8 tablet must be developer-only

Windows RT Texas Instruments development platform tablet hands-on

So, Apple has officially turned its back on the Apple TV, right

Brookstone iConvert scanner for iPad review

My Xbox Live official for Android; we go hands-on

Other Stuff: So in the department of other news that hit the site this week, we have yet another overview of WWDC – WWDC 2012 keynote highlights hit 80-second video. And moving on, for something not hardware related, we have this – Passbook app revealed at WWDC 2012. And finally, we'll look at one final thing from this show. There's much more, but here is one of the more interesting things we found – iOS 6 adds photo stream sharing feature.