Google considering selling Motorola handset division to Huawei, rumors indicate

motorolaIt has been better part of a year since Google announced its intent to acquire Motorola Mobility for $12.5 billion. While we're still waiting for various governmental departments to officially approve the purchase, rumors have circulated as to what Google plans to do with the division. Did Google pick them up just to rope in a ton of (17,000!) patents and protection? Will they continue to let Motorola operate as a separate entity? Would they consider selling off to another hardware maker in the end? The answers to these questions are a little bit of 'yes'on all fronts.

Samsung Galaxy S III rumors continue to run wild

galaxy s3Another day, another Galaxy SIII rumor. This one comes from DigiTimes, who's spilled the beans that the Galaxy S III will be featuring a 4.6-inch Super AMOLED+ HD screen and 319ppi (pixels-per-inch) at 1280×720 pixels. It's interesting that, according to DigiTimes, the SIII won't be featuring a PenTile display, which we saw on the Galaxy Nexus. Instead, it will be using regular RGB, so there will be a slight difference.

[Rumor] Samsung Galaxy SIII May Feature Inductive Charging "Secret Weapon"

Despite the fact that Samsung has said almost nothing about the upcoming Galaxy SIII, the rumor mill is churning so hard it threatens to break free from its foundation. The latest rumor about Sammy's upcoming flagship is pretty great – DDaily, a Korean IT news publication, is reporting (via anonymous sources) that Samsung's Galaxy SIII may have a "secret weapon" – a built-in inductive charger.

[Rumor] Samsung Galaxy III specs. Could This be Real?


The Galaxy S3 has been kept under lock and key throughout its development, although a few choice pieces of information have leaked out of the labs and various rumours have circulated around the handset.

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