Tech Today: No second Nintendo Wii U controller

Plus: New MacBook Pro, Firefox 5 arrives early

Apple looking to refresh the MacBook Pro and Mini, Firefox turns up prematurely, Murdoch plans to cash-in on the App Store, Obama plans to tweet more and Nintendo's touchscreen controller arrangement. Check out the best of what went on while you were enjoying the famous British summertime this weekend.

Wii U games only need one touchscreen controller
It looks like only one lucky gamer will get to use the prized Nintendo Wii U touchscreen controller because Ninty is only planning to develop games where one is required. While it is possible, there are no plans at present to sell additional controllers because they'd be too expensive to buy on their own.
Link: Engadget

Apple set to refresh MacBook Pros and Mac Minis
We've been covering the potential MacBook Air refresh for weeks now, but it seems that Apple is set to overhaul ther OS X running portables. The MacBook Pro and Mac Mini are set for a lick of paint come July or August according to CNET's Brian Tong.
Link: Twitter

App of the Year | Vote in the T3 Gadget Awards 2011
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Firefox 5 browser arrives a day or two early
It's only twelve weeks since Mozilla let Firefox 4 into the wild but this weekend saw the release candidate for Firefox 5 arrive on Mozilla's ftp site. You can download this slightly tweaked version for Mac, PC and Linux now, or wait for the official version on Tuesday.
Link: Mozilla FTP

New York Post blocks content through Safari
UK readers of US tabloid the New York Post (that's right, both of you) will have to buy the official app from the Apple App Store in order to view its content, after Murdoch's paper blocked the site through the Safari browser on the iPad. The move could be the beginning of a trend to force users to pay hefty subscription fees through the App Store.
Link: Ars Technica

Get your daily dose of "BO" on Twitter
US President Barack Obama plans to send more tweets personally in the run-up to his 2012 re-election campaign. The prez changed the face of political campaigning when he used Facebook and Twitter expertly to gain grass-roots support. Obama will sign off each of his tweets with his initials, BO.
Link: PC World