SlashGear Weekly Wrap-Up: May 26, 2012

Happy Saturday, everyone. Are you enjoying your holiday weekend so far? Hopefully you are, but if you want to take a moment to familiarize yourself with what made news this week, this is the place to be. First off, something for Apple fans – Apple's Ive gets second knighting and a iPhone tease. For something a little more business-oriented, we have HP's Q2 2012 earnings. And here's a symbol to how the industry is changing these days -  Toshiba discontinuing netbooks in the US.Featured: Here are some of this week's featured stories:Bump for iOS reviewDiablo III review part I: your quest beginsRAMRod Powerbox gaming PC with RAMDisk reviewSamsung Smart TV voice gesture and face recognition hands-onSony Xperia U reviewMen in Black 3 VFX pros describe an onion of imaginationGoogle search 2.0 for iPhone and iPad reviewWhat Google won't do with MotorolaOther Stuff: Moving on to the other stories of the week. First off, Jury says Google doesn't infringe on Oracle patents. And onto news about companies bungling their big opportunities, Facebook wants to ditch Nasdaq after IPO fiasco. And next, – Google+ for Android updated, new UI and mobile hangout control. And finally, we always like to end the week with something different and fascinating. This fits the bill pretty well – SpaceX mission makes history, docking successful.