SlashGear Weekly Wrap-Up: June 9, 2012

Happy Saturday, everyone. Are you enjoying your weekend? Would you like to spice it up with a bundle of this week's top technology stories? Then what a coincidence – that's exactly what we have for you. First up, a social network that is playing damage control – LinkedIn hack update includes no unauthorized access. Moving on from there, another corporate firestorm – Oracle ordered to pay Google's legal fees. And if you have any interest in Google TV, check out – Android 4.0 Google TV gets AirPlay-like movie streaming.

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

SlashGear 101: What is IPv6?

Jabra Speak 410 review

Sony on notice: Gauntlet thrown by Wii U and Xbox SmartGlass

The Samsung Galaxy S III is Samsung's coming of age

Men in Black III review

Qualcomm Uplinq 2012 registration open: join us June 27 and 28

Foursquare 5.0 review for iOS and Android

HD widgets 3.0 for Android hands-on

It's official: The Wii U is in deep, deep trouble

Other Stuff: And finally, taking a look at some of the other interesting stories from this week, SpaceX plans 7-astronaut flight on Dragon next. Pretty cool, right? Here's something else that is pretty cool, and more relevant to you -  Google Earth 3D next dimension update video released. And finally, closing out the wrap-up with emerging tech: Corning flexible willow glass revealed for ultra slim power.