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Why Tech Giants Want Samsung To Beat Apple In The Supreme Court

The Supreme Court finally held a hearing today on a years-long dispute between Apple and Samsung over smartphone patents. What it ultimately decides will have major impact on how tech companies think about design patents--Apple supporters say keeping the original law will protect individual design, and Samsung supporters say the law needs to change or it will stifle tech innovation.
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An increase in solar activity means the chances of seeing the Northern Lights tonight in places like Canada, Scandinavia, Scotland and even England and are greater than usual.
The new bar, allegedly known as the Magic Toolbar, has been doing the internet rounds for some time.
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Code hidden within the latest MacOS operating system appears to reveal a new laptop.
Artificial Intelligence (AI) and robotics are no longer distant concepts but are fast becoming a reality
A good opportunity missed, says Exponential-e.
Swedish mobile networks company Ericsson has named longtime board member Borje Ekholm as its new CEO, in a bid to turn around the company amid a decline in the industry
At the end of June, I found myself running through the streets of Geneva with two other brain mappers--all three of us sweaty from trying to catch the bus. Even though I live in New Jersey and am used
Narrowing the best Xbox One games down to 20 wasn't easy, but somebody had to do it.
Do you use the Pokemon Go Plus wearable? It’s set to break if you update the app.
Our daily pick of the best free Windows software – an open source vector graphics editor that rivals Adobe Illustrator.
GCHQ and MI5 have been illegally collecting data on the UK public for a decade.
Yes, this video was released in a live streamed footage from the International Space Station and immedietly received a miraculous response.
MasterPulse Pro also offers virtual 7.1 surround sound.
The tech giant posted 3% loss in the last quarter.
With the release of iOS 10.1, Apple has finally plugged a leak that made iOS devices accessible to hackers. The flaw would allow hackers to plant a malicious code in the user's system by having them
Microsoft is hosting an event today in New York to talk about devices—ostensibly a Surface PC all-in-one, but that isn’t the only thing on the horizon for Microsoft. There is another event scheduled
The Cupertino brand ihas hired dozens of software engineers from Blackberry-owned QNX and is developing its car OS at a base in near Ottawa, sources claim.
An Afghan woman, who became famous after her picture featured on the cover of National Geographic Magazine, was arrested Wednesday for staying in Pakistan on fraudulent identity papers. Sharbat Gula,
The concept of big data has been around since the late 1990s
They’re the windows to your soul, and the most favoured way to login with online banking.
Scientists at the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, compared the pros and cons of using various brain imaging techniques to make the technology a reality in the future.
Vertiwalk has been designed by a team from the Rombout Frieling Lab in Eindhoven, Netherlands, and is a hybrid between stairs and an elevator.
The Tomb Raider icon picks up the prestigious gong at this year's Golden Joystick awards.
Britain’s Prince Harry is set to head for the Caribbean, visiting seven countries during a two-week trip on official duty. The prince will represent his grandmother Queen Elizabeth during the royal
Among 160 IT service management users, a third (36 per cent) believe analytics would improve service desk efficiency.
OSAKA, Japan (Reuters) - Japanese videogames maker Nintendo Co cut its annual profit outlook by a third on Wednesday as a strong yen erodes income earned overseas and overwhelms an earnings bounce fro
A University of Alberta study claims to have found the first evidence for flocking behaviour in bird-like Avimimus dinosaurs in a large cache of bones found in the Nemegt region of Mongolia.
Don’t own a smartwatch yet? Black Friday is probably the best possible time to buy your first wearable.
Retailers are slashing the prices of the older Kindle models this week.
A team of scientists led by the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology studied 19 quasars using the Very Large Telescope at ESO's Paranal Observatory, with a new instrument called MUSE.
Days after the executive board of Unesco — the United Nations body in charge of preserving the world’s historical sites — ratified a controversial resolution that Israel says ignored Judaism’s connec

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