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Friday, March 01, 2013
The ongoing patent litigation between Apple and Samsung took a new twist Friday, as a judge cut $450.5 million from the $1.05 billion judgment Apple won in a patent infringement case against Samsung last summer.
David Einhorn of Greenlight Capital has dropped a lawsuit against Apple, after he succesfully blocked the iPhone maker from moving forward with a shareholder vote on a controversial proposal.
Facebook will unveil a new look for its "newsfeed" at a media event on March 7 at its Menlo Park, California headquarters, the company said in invitations sent to reporters on Friday.
A developer has discovered a loophole in the HTML5 web code, which could allow gigabytes of junk data to be dumped on your hard disks.
Power outages could have a fatal results for data stored on Solid-state Drives (SSD), according to a study by researchers from the University of Ohio and HP Labs.
U.K's High Court of Justice has ordered Internet service providers in the country to block three torrent sites on a complaint from music labels.
In a joint outdoor experiment conducted recently with the Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan?s mobile operator NTT DOCOMO succeeded in the first packet transmission uplink rate of approximately 10 Gbps.
Sony announced today its newest addition to the X Headphone line, the on-ear MDR-X05.
RIDATA has just launched its stylish flash drive SD9.
Hitachi Consumer Electronics' LCD projector business will be transferred to Hitachi Maxell by the end of June 2013, the companies announced today, aiming at generating higher profits in this business.
U.S. Sen. Jay Rockefeller has introduced a Do-Not-Track bill, which would charge the Federal Trade Commission with establishing standards by which consumers could tell online companies, including mobile applications, that they do not want their information collected.
Google has released 'Zopfli', an open-source data compression algorithm it hopes will make the Internet faster for everyone.
Facebook said on Thursday it had agreed to buy the Atlas Advertiser Suite from Microsoft -- a technology that measures the effectiveness of ads running on websites.

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