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According to sources said to be familiar with the matter, Microsoft looked into buying Nokia‘s handset business, having done so “recently,” possibly even this month. On April 2, the huge Samsung Galaxy Mega 6.3 was leaked by some sources, as well as a smaller 5.8-inch model. Earlier this week, Nokia sent invitations for an event called “Zoom Reinvented,” and the following day we saw images surface of a Nokia handset in prototype form said to be of the Nokia EOS, which is questionable. We’ve seen different battery innovations popup this year, such as the microbatteries revealed back in April that are as powerful as they are small. We’ve heard talk about a possible Viacom partnership with Twitter before, bringing with it social TV show clips. Microsoft has announced that it is kicking off three bounty programs this month to encourage hackers to find bugs and exploitations. As the Xbox One suffered a significant amount of negative feedback from those that, thus far, weren’t happy with the machine’s rules surrounding disk sharing and always-connected internet, Microsoft and the Xbox team have turned over a new leaf. This week we’re taking a look at the latest and greatest from Lenovo in the Ultrabook and convertible space for Windows 8 computing. While the Curiosity rover is chugging along on the surface of Mars, NASA is making other discoveries from samples taken from other Mars rovers. The Lytro miniature camera just received a fairly significant update today. The company just outed an accompanying iOS app that allows you to share the photos taken on a Lytro with your iOS device.