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Samsung announces it will appeal against the US court ruling that the firm stole designs from Apple to make smartphones and computer tablets

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Samsung announces it will appeal against the US court ruling that the firm stole designs from Apple to make smartphones and computer tablets. The jury in San Jose, California ordered Samsung to pay Apple $1.05 billion in damages. In response, Samsung accused Apple of using US patent laws to try to dominate the smartphone market. Analysts say the ruling is one of the most significant in a global b...

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Did you know that lots of people have found love thanks to BlackBerry BBM? As a matter of fact, there is an entire Facebook page dedicated for people to share their stories. If you’re just curious about the highlights, here are six stories of love that happened in part because of BlackBerry BBM. Julie and Andrew Image via Flickr by Numbuzz Julie and Andrew met in England and their relationship t...

The board of Dell has recommended that shareholders should accept an offer led by the company’s founder Michael Dell to take the firm private

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The board of Dell has recommended that shareholders should accept an offer led by the company’s founder Michael Dell to take the firm private. It called on shareholders to approve his $24.4 billion buyout offer at a vote on July 18. The board said it was the “best alternative available”. Investor Carl Icahn and Southeastern Asset Management – who own a combined 12% of Dell ̵...

YouTube has proudly announced it has passed one billion regular users on a monthly basis

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YouTube has proudly announced it has passed one billion regular users on a monthly basis. Announcing the milestone on its blog, the video sharing site owned by Google said a recent growth in smartphones had helped boost the numbers visiting the site every month. YouTube’s popularity provides Google with a lucrative channel through which to sell advertising, alongside its core search busines...

Samsung has launched the Galaxy Mega, the biggest smartphone to date, which features a 6.3 in screen

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Apple shares dropped below the $400 mark for the first time since December 2011 amid concerns over slowing sales

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Apple shares dropped below the $400 mark for the first time since December 2011 amid concerns over slowing sales. Apple shares fell as low as $398.11 in Wednesday trading, before ending the day down 5.5% at $402.80. The concerns were triggered after one of its suppliers, Cirrus Logic, which makes sound components for the iPhone and iPad, reported a decline in sales. With Apple due to release its...

Google and Microsoft have both reported rising profits for the first quarter of 2013

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Google and Microsoft have both reported rising profits for the first quarter of 2013. Google’s net profit climbed to $3.35 billion in Q1 2013, up 16% from a year ago, boosted by online advertising revenue. Microsoft said it made $6 billion in profit during the same period, a jump of more than 17% from a year earlier. The tech giant’s earnings, which beat market forecasts, came despite a luk...

Samsung is set to launch Galaxy S4, a device included its flagship premium smartphone range

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Samsung is set to launch Galaxy S4, a device included its flagship premium smartphone range. Galaxy S4 follows the S3, a handset that has sold more than 40 million units. The Galaxy handsets are seen as the closest competitor to Apple’s iPhone. Analysts predict software that tracks where users are looking and automatically scrolls down the page as it is read, without it being touched. There...

HP TouchPad Tablet in STOCK

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After declaring that they’re killing the line of tablets, seeing the enormous success it’s price strike-down had, Hewlett Packard Co are planning to produce “one last run” of TouchPads.    HP Tablet in STOCK UPDATES   A day after the chief of HP’s personal devices division told Reuters the TouchPad might get a second lease on life, HP announced a temporary about...

Less than one in eight Google users has read the search engine's new privacy policy, a poll found two days before the moment of changing

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Less than one in eight Google users has read the search engine’s new privacy policy, a poll found yesterday. The great majority are in the dark about the way Google will use information about what they look for and what they do on-line, it said. The findings came amid deepening concerns about the abuse of private information by internet companies. At the weekend it was disclosed that people...

Made in partnership with tablet-maker Asus, Google’s tablet could sell for as little as $200, and will have a seven-inch screen

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Google is set to launch a smaller, cheaper Android rival to Apple’s iPad as early as May. Made in partnership with tablet-maker Asus, Google’s tablet could sell for as little as $200, and will have a seven-inch screen, according to a leak reported in Digitimes. Google’s tablet would be a competitor to Amazon’s Kindle Fire – and like Fire, would be built to sell content such as v...

Encyclopaedia Britannica has decided to stop publishing its famous and weighty 32-volume print edition after 244 years of tradition

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Reference book firm Encyclopaedia Britannica has decided to stop publishing its famous and weighty 32-volume print edition after 244 years of tradition. Encyclopaedia Britannica will now focus on digital expansion amid rising competition from websites such as Wikipedia. The company, which used to sell its encyclopedias door-to-door, now generates almost 85% its revenue from online sales. It recen...

iPhone 5 will have a much bigger screen than iPhone 4S

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According to reliable sources in Korea, iPhone 5 will have a much bigger 4.6-inch screen and will launch this summer. The leak, reported in the Maeil Business Newspaper in Korea, would make the new iPhone the same size as its cult Android rival the Galaxy S2. Korean sources are often reliable indicators of the likely form – and date – for upcoming devices, as Korean plants supply scre...

Innovega announced that its iOptik contact lenses which focus 3D screens directly into people's eyeballs could be on sale as early as 2014

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U.S. company Innovega announced that its iOptik contact lenses which focus 3D screens directly into people’s eyeballs could be on sale as early as 2014. The tiny “screens” sit directly on users’ eyeballs and work with a pair of lightweight glasses with a built-in translucent screen. The experience is equivalent to a 240-inch television viewed at a distance of 10 feet, says Innovega...

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The GSM network, known as the “normal” mobile phone network, accounts for 80% of the global mobile market and is used by 4 billion phones worldwide. Recently, a new cell phones vulnerability have been demonstrated by Karsten Nohl, head of Germany’s Security Research Labs, which shows that any phone on any GSM network is vulnerable to attack. The new attack – which Karsten Nohl did not...

The falling satellite is one of the thousands of objects in Earth orbit being tracked by NASA

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A new post on NASA’s official Twitter account  said of the falling satellite: “Re-entry prediction now later than expected – tonight or late Saturday morning,” at just before noon Eastern Time. It seemed that NASA’s earlier prediction of a landing late this afternoon was wrong. A second update from NASA said, “predicted re-entry moving later.” Meanwhile, NASA official website re...

Universal Orlando is altering its iconic twin roller coasters Dragon Challenge after a man claims he had his eyeball removed in one of two horrific accidents on the ride

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Universal Orlando is altering its iconic twin roller coasters Dragon Challenge after a man claims he had his eyeball removed in one of two horrific accidents on the ride. Dragon Challenge twin roller coasters has been the most thrilling experiences at Universal Orlando for more than ten years, as they race at 60 mph and intertwine within 18 inches of each other. Universal Orlando officials have a...

In 2011 consumers are starting their Christmas shopping earlier than ever, as Black Friday websites already launched their offers

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In 2011 consumers are starting their Christmas shopping earlier than ever, as Black Friday websites already launched their offers. According to a new report, nearly 40% of holiday shoppers are already buying gifts, and some consumers have even finished their Christmas shopping. Experts say frugal shoppers are cashing in at fall clearance sales and pre-holiday events. However, anyone holding out f...

Old Navy is offering Kodak EasyShare Sport digital cameras free to the first of its Black Friday shoppers who spend more than $40

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Bargains Galore: The Best of the Black Friday Deals • Amazon is offering top of the range smartphones for just one penny between November 22 and November 28. • Best Buy is offering dig discounts on tech items from midnight tonight. It is slicing $200 off the cost of 42in Sharp LCD TVs and $150 off Nikon Coolpix digital cameras. • Gap has cut 60% off selected items in its outlets since Wednesday,...

Windows 8 and Windows 8 Pro will be available for Intel-compatible machines and Windows RT for tablets

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Microsoft has announced that its next operating system Windows 8 will come in just three different flavors. For those with Intel-compatible machines, the OS will be available in two versions – Windows 8 and Windows 8 Pro. And for those with devices, largely tablets, powered by ARM-designed chips there will be a Windows RT version. Microsoft wants to simplify how it markets Windows 8, which...

XOLO X900, made by the Indian manufacturer Lava, will go on sale on 23 April priced at about 22,000 rupees ($420)

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Intel confirms details of the first smartphone to be powered by one of its processors. The XOLO X900, made by the Indian manufacturer Lava, will go on sale on 23 April priced at about 22,000 rupees ($420). Lava has teamed up with Indian retail chain Croma to distribute the device across the country. The move follows Intel’s previous failed attempt to break into the smartphone market. A tie-...

Micron Technology has decided to buy rival Japanese chipmaker Elpida in a deal worth 200 billion yen

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Micron Technology has decided to buy rival Japanese chipmaker Elpida in a deal worth 200 billion yen ($2.5 billion). Once completed, the deal will see Micron become the world’s second-largest maker of dynamic random access memory (DRAM) chips. These chips are key components of personal computers. Elpida had filed for bankruptcy protection in February after being unable to repay debts of 448...

Scientists at the University of South Carolina have developed a T-shirt capable to store electrical power

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Scientists at the University of South Carolina have developed a T-shirt capable to store electrical power. The T-shirt could pave the way for clothes that are able to charge phones and other devices. Experts predict that new technologies including roll-up smartphones and laptops will be on the market soon. These developments would spur on the need for “flexible energy storage”, said t...

China Internet Network Information Center found that mobile phones are now the most common way for people to connect to the internet in China

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A new report from China Internet Network Information Center (CINIC) found that mobile phones are now the most common way for people to connect to the internet in China. For the first time, desktop computers are no longer the leading method for the country’s 538 million connected citizens to get online. The CINIC report said over 50% of the year’s new internet users were from rural are...

Microsoft has made the first quarterly loss in its history after it wrote off some of the value of its online advertising business

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Microsoft has made the first quarterly loss in its history after it wrote off some of the value of its online advertising business. The loss came after it wrote down the value of Aquantive by $6.2 billion (5 billion Euros), which failed to bring the profits expected by Microsoft. That led to a $492 million loss in the three months to the end of June, compared with a profit of $5.9 billion a year...