The Daily Slash: November 11 2010

Chris Burns - Nov 11, 2010, 7:12pm CST
The Daily Slash: November 11 2010

Double Slash! Today is the first day we’ve ever run a post by the name of “SlashGear Morning Wrap-Up” for those of you who just can’t wait until nighttime to get your daily dosage of technological gear news in list form. Then, it was a day just bursting at the seams with information about one phone: Nexus S. This Nexus S, also known by its codename Samsung GT-i9020, was today first accidentally(?) outed by Best Buy in a momentary broken online ad, then there were photo leaks and secret updates leading to a possible name confirmation, then another Best Buy leak leading to the date November 14 for store displays! Coincidence? Just about as much coincidence as a My Little Pony turned soldering iron.

Hi there! Welcome to today’s SlashSOMETHING, or whatever you’d like to call it, a place where we find something that we either missed during the regular working day, found later in the day, or found too strange to have in our average posting schedule. I must admit the “strange” bit doesn’t really follow since I posted a My Little Pony soldering iron today, but heck, sometimes these things happen. Today it’s SlashTOAST because hooray! The band OK Go has created another music video. This one they more than likely got BANK for because it’s a stop-motion video all photographed with a rather specific camera, the Samsung NX100 iFn. The end of the video has the message “This video was made in partnership with Samsung NX100 iFn.” If you rock like these guys and have an idea about toast, or if you’re on stage wearing a meat dress and have the opportunity to answer a Verizon phone and make $10billion dollars, do it. You only get so many chances in this life to make bank, so make sure to make bank when you can, where you can, and how you can. Especially when it has to do with toast.

R3 Media Network

Wall Street Journal Arrives on Android VIA Samsung Galaxy Tab [SEE IT IN ACTION ON SG]
Rogers Offered Dell Streak for $149 [DEAL]
DOCOMO to Launch i-mode Version of “docomo market” Portal [SWOOSH]
Verizon Gets Motorola Citrus On November 11th [CITRUSY]

Android Community
Nexus S Mentioned Briefly on Vest Buy’s Website [NEXUS S FLOOD]
Motorola Droid X Heading to India, will Lose Droid X Branding [THERE IS NO BETTER NAME]
Nexus S and Gingerbread: What Would You Like to See? [NEXUS S FLOOD]
Fake Angry Birds Update Harvests Your Phone’s Innards [THE BIRDS!]
Still Technically Unannounced, Droid 2 Global Already Bootstrapped and Rooted [BOOTSTRAP’N DROIDS ON THE POOPDECK]
Droid 2 Global Orders Arriving [NOW GET TO BOOTSTRAPPIN’]
Verizon Announces Flexview, Brings Fios TV Content to Android [SO RED]
LG Optimus GT540 gets Android 2.1 update [GREAT DATE]
2nd-Gen Dell Streak “Opus One” due March 2011 with high-res screen & dual-core CPU? [HARD CORE]
AT&T Galaxy Tab to be $650 on November 21? [SO MUCH MONEY]
Doodle Jump app updated, on sale for 99 cents till November 17th [CHEEP]

Apple Seeks Reviewers for Mac App Store [HARD WORKERS]
Nexus S: What’s Google got to gain? [COLUMN]
My Little Pony Soldering Iron Brilliance [I TOLD YOU]
Nexus S Displays Appearing at Best Buy on November 14 [NEXUS S FLOOD]
Nexus S Could Feature Samsung’s 4.5-inch Flexible AMOLED [NEXUS S FLOOD]
Nexus S Could be the Samsung GT-i9020 [Updated] [NEXUS S FLOOD]
Call of Duty: Black Ops Rakes in $360 Million in First 24 Hours, Breaks Records [GAMETIME]
Prometheus Device Lets You Become the X-Men Character Pyro [Video] [AWESOME]
Let Them Eat Cake [COLUMN]
Boxee Box gets teardown treatment [NOT SO BOXY NOW ARE YOU]
Wall Street Journal for Android tablets hands-on [HERE IT IS!]
Micro Boom Dock for iPod adds speakers 80′s style [BANGIN]
Motorola sues Microsoft in latest patent fight [LAW WAR]
NetQin anti-virus 4.2 beta hits Android Market [NO MO VI]
iTunes Movies hit Japan alongside Apple TV [JAPAN CRUSHED BY MONSTERS]
Apple release OS X 10.6.5; is iOS 4.2 next? [LETS HOPE SO]
Xi3 Modular Computer is a tiny PC sandwich [SO CUTE AND FANCY]
Boxee Box by D-Link now shipping; Netflix and Hulu Plus incoming [LETS TEAR IT DOWN]
Verizon’s Samsung Galaxy Tab up for $600 order [3X AS MUCH AS ONE WOULD EXPECT]

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