Watch today’s Pocketnow Daily as we talk bout some BlackBerry results along with the official divorce of Beats and HTC. Then we talk about Nokia smartphones getting hover interaction according to new patents. Google is next as an Open Project demo shows us how we can share our smartphone display with other monitors in an easy fashion. We then continue with the iPad 5 and some thickness changes according to leaks, aside from other leaks pointing to a gold iPad mini with Touch ID, but missing a more important feature. We end today’s show talking about iOS 7.0.2, and Apple’s recent hire of the NIke Fuel band guru in order to improve the iWatch.

All this and more after the break.

HTC and Beats divorce: latter buys back remaining 25% stake for $265 million
Nokia Lumia Windows Phones getting hover interaction soon?
Google Open Project demo shares phone content on larger displays
iPad 5 could measure even thinner than we’ve been expecting
iPad mini 2 possibly spotted in gold, with Touch ID scanner
iOS 7.0.2 rolling out to fix bugs with lock screen
Apple recruits Nike FuelBand designer – maybe for iWatch? 

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