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I found some reviews (this one seems to be the best: http://users.ictp.it/~pub_off/lectures/lns007/Kutasov/Kutasov.pdf) but all of them are quite old and, probably, obsolete. Could anybody recommend more recent reviews or summarize the status of the subject?
An interesting recent development was the claimed relation of little strings to "quantum" geometric Langlands in Aganiac-Frenkel-Okounov 17 . In particular this shows that the "quantum" in "quantum geomtric Langlands" is really: "stringy". Ordinary geometric Langlands comes from the (2,0)-superconformal 6d field theory, and its "quantum" deformation corresponds to lifting the latter to little string theory
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