SlashGear Weekly Wrap-Up: March 17, 2012

Hey everyone. Hope you're enjoying your weekend. In case this is the first time you've been able to check up on tech news this week, you missed a lot. Of course, the new iPad was released. And get this, it's already been jailbroken. In addition, we've learned that the Verizon iPa can connect to AT&T's 3G network. Although, you're probably more interested in our extensive iPad 3 review.Featured: Here are some of the featured stories from this week:Foosball HD Retina Quality ReviewInfinity Blade II 1.0.3 Retina Quality ReviewApple TV 1080p ReviewSony Vaio S series 13.3-inch 2012 refresh ReviewiPad 3rd Gen Hands-on vs Android: Part 1Just How Important Are Video Game Storylines?Google+ should've squashed Instagram for Android (but it hasn't)Other Stuff:  If you're not interested or don't have all that dough for a new iPad, here's something more your style – Forget the iPad, here's the $40 Android tablet. So we always like to showcase interesting novelty tech, and this fits that bill perfectly – Swann MP3 DJ doorbell revealed and detailed. If that's not your style, maybe portable high-speed drives are up your alley. If so, check out our Elgato Thunderbolt SSD hands-on. Moving on to the gamers out there – Mass Effect 3 ending solidified by director. And finally, ending the day with some unique news, the London Tube is getting free WiFi for the Olympics. That's all for now.