SlashGear Morning Wrap-up: October 17th, 2012

This morning we're jumping in with Jelly Beans on the Samsung Galaxy S III and we've got a fabulous Motorola DROID RAZR HD Review for you to have a peek at – on sale this Friday, mind you! The Presidential debate last night turned to Apple, believe it or not. If you're a fan of Google's data centers, you'll want to have a peek at this virtual tour of the facilities.

The Microsoft Surface has had one whole heck of a lot of release details spilled, all of them from Microsoft – including a facilities tour as well. If you're a space-loving scientist, you'll be freaking out over the fact that Pluto's moons are posing a risk to spacecraft – and are not considered just "fellow moons."

You iPhone owners will be glad to know that Romo is back on kickstarter – with no Android support this time around. 007 Legends will soon be released to your living room from Activision. Blue Dash 3.5 is a smartphone running Android with a $99.99 price tag. Apple has acquired Particle, a web application consulting firm.

HTC has unveiled the HTC J Butterfly with a massive 5-inch display that's exceedingly tall. The GoPro HERO3 Black and Silver edition cameras have been unveiled with lovely buttons. There's a brand new HTC One S Special Edition out there in the universe with a massive internal capacity of 64GB and a lovely white body on the outside – good luck finding it in the USA.