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Apple Seeking $2.5 Billion Damages from Samsung

Apple has been pursuing Samsung for several patent infringements in the past few weeks, and now the iPad maker has upped the ante: they now demand that Samsung fork over some $2.5 ...

Samsung Galaxy Hits 10 Million Sold Ahead of Schedule

The chief executive of Samsung predicted at the beginning of the year that the Galaxy S3 would hit over 10 million units sold by the end of July. It appears, however, that ...

Over 100% Wireless Broadband Coverage in South Korea

South Korea is the first country to go over 100% wireless coverage, according to the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development. Worldwide, the OECD shows that subscriptions to wireless Internet have been ...

Welcome Yahoo’s new CEO: Marissa Mayer, Google Exec

Marissa Mayer is a long-time Google executive, and now she’s been named leader of Yahoo’s struggling company. This move comes after the last CEO, Scott Thompson, was kicked out in May for ...

Mobile Subscriptions Close to Outnumbering Number of People in the World

A study done recently by World Bank found that 75% of the world’s population has access to some sort of mobile device, whether it is a tablet or phone. Since 2010, the ...

IBM Has Excellent Quarter; Expectations are High for the Rest of the Year

IBM’s quarterly earnings not only met expectations, but exceeded them significantly. Still, the company did lose some money due to currency fluctuations that caused sales to drop in some countries. Second quarter ...

Firefox Ensures No One Can Spy on Google Searches

Firefox’s new update not only brought many new tweaks to their new update of their browser, it brought one critical feature that many users have been asking for: secure web searching. Now ...

Dropbox Users Seeing Spam in Personal E-mail Accounts

Many Dropbox users, over the past two days, have started to see spam from online casinos in their inboxes. Why is Dropbox being blamed? A particular user posted in a forum that ...

Facebook Stocks Continue to Drop Due to User Decline

The news finally hit the public: Facebook’s number of active users has fallen over the past half year. Within hours of the report, their stocks had dropped 2.8% to $27.45 at 10:53 ...

NBC and Microsoft Sever Their Professional Connection

NBC and Microsoft teamed up for several years to produce quality news for the masses, but according to NBC News yesterday morning, the partnership between Microsoft and NBC is officially over. Microsoft ...

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