Tech Today: Jobs on South Park, Android 2.3.4 coming

Plus: HTC looking at in-car tech, Xoom camera kit

It's the tech news that broke after you logged off.

South Park has aimed its vicious, take no prisoners satire at Apple and Steve Jobs, taking the company to task over the recent location tracking fears. In the Human CentiPad episode Kyle is tracked down by Apple via his iPad and kidnapped by the company after agreeing to a new iTunes update, without reading the T&Cs. The episode will air in the UK on May 6th.
Link: Mashable

Google is about to roll-out Android 2.3.4 to Nexus S phones, bringing with it a substantial update to the open source operating system. Android 2.3.4 Gingerbread will add video chat to Gtalk over Wi-Fi and 3G. The new video chat option goes directly up against Apple's own FaceTime offering.
Link: Google Mobile Blog

Three workers at Apple's Foxconn plant in China were arrested in December and charged last month with leaking the iPad 2 designs, it has emerged. Reports which accurately depicted the size and shape of the new tablet convinced Foxconn officials that there had been a leak. Just goes to show, nothing escapes the Apple cops.
Link: Apple Insider

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Smartphone giant HTC could be planning to bring its brilliant mobile tech to cars after advertising for an experienced professional in the field of automotive tech, The company is likely looking for a way to incorporate its Android and Windows phones into vehicles rather than creating a new in-car system, but we'll wait and see here.
Link: CrunchGear

Motorola has launched a new accessory for its Android Honeycomb Xoom tablet, which makes up for the lack of an SD card slot on the fledgling device. The Motorola Xoom camera kit plugs into the SD card slot and allows you to download images from your SD card thanks to a new piece of photo transfer software coming in a new firmware update.
Link: DroidLife

News@8: So the White iPhone 4 is finally available to buy, Nokia has offered some insight into an iPad rival, the first of what we assume will be many lawsuits against PlayStation has been filed. We've also got news of the HTC Flyer release date in our daily News@8 round-up.