Tech Today: Amazon's Apple iPad rival to arrive in August?

Plus: Google Games division, Chromebook UK release

The first Google Chromebook will arrive in the UK on Friday, the Big G opens a gaming division, Apple could love Appstore trademark bid, Amazon set to launch iPad rival this summer and Zelda HD is coming to the Wii U. It's a bumper crop of tech news from after you logged-off.

Apple set to lose App Store trademark case
Amazon will 'probably' get to keep the Appstore name for its Amazon app shop with Apple so-far failing to convince a judge in California that usage of the term confuses customers. Unless Apple can provide evidence, the case will be thrown out and the Amazon Android Appstore will remain named as such.
Link: Bloomberg

KIndle tablet to arrive in August?
Meanwhile, another Amazon bid to get under Apple's skin might be just a couple of months away. Reports on Wednesday night claimed that the Kindle tablet is set to arrive at the end of August or the beginning of September. Can it rival the iPad?
Link: DigiTimes

App of the Year | Vote in the T3 Gadget Awards 2011
Is GarageBand the best app of 2011? Or can Flipboad, Star Walk or the other nominees take the title
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Zelda HD to be a marquee title for Wii U
It's over 25 years since Shigeru Miyamoto created The Legend of Zelda for the NES. Today the Godfather of Nintendo revealed that his beloved Link character will make his high definition debut on the Wii U. Displaying Zelda game maps might also be a great use for the touchscreen controller?
Link: Kotaku

Games at Google: New division revealed
A job posting on Google's website has confirmed that the company is about to enter the world of social gaming. The Big G is looking for a Product Manager to lead the new Games at Google division. Details on the new venture are scant, though. Will it be for Android, Chrome OS or the whole web?
Link: Google

Chromebook to arrive in the UK on Friday
The Samsung Series 5 Chromebook, the first commercial laptop to boast the Google Chrome operating system will arrive in Europe, including the UK on June 24th. The Wi-Fi only model will cost £349, while the 3G-enabled model will be £399.
Link: Engadget