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Apple Loses Patent Lawsuit To University Of Wisconsin, Faces Hefty Damages
WARF sued Apple in January 2014 alleging infringement of its 1998 patent for improving chip efficiency. More
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US Judge Says Apple E-books Antitrust Monitor's Term To End
The decision from U.S. District Judge Denise Cote in Manhattan came a day after the U.S. Justice Department recommended not extending the appointment of Michael Bromwich. More
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Twitter Announces Layoffs As CEO Dorsey Looks To Revive Growth
The layoffs, primarily in the company's engineering and product functions, come a week after Dorsey took over as permanent CEO. More
Twitter Suspends Two Sports Accounts After Video Sharing Complaints: NYT
The two accounts upload highlights using six-second looping videos to attract traffic to their websites, but neither publisher owns the footage, the newspaper reported. More
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New York Times Offers Daily Digital Access With Newsstand Copies
The offer intends to expose retail customers to the benefits of digital access, the company said. More
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Russia's Yandex Teams Up With Microsoft For Windows 10
The companies have signed a strategic cooperation agreement, under which users in Belarus, Kazakhstan, Russia, Turkey and Ukraine will be offered Yandex when upgrading to Windows 10, Yandex said in a statement. More
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'Steve Jobs' An Engaging Portrait, Ex-Apple CEO Says
"I knew the young Steve Jobs really well, and he was a much bigger, better person than one could come to the conclusion if they only saw the movie." More
Dell To Buy EMC In $67 Billion Record Tech Deal, Aims For Cloud Market
The deal should help privately held Dell, the world's No. 3 computer maker, diversify from a stagnant consumer PC market and give it greater scale in the more profitable and faster-growing market for cloud-based data services. More
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Lockheed Delivered Fraction Of Missile Defense Interceptors
The interceptors for the Terminal High Altitude Area Defense program are now expected to be delivered by September 2016. More
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Driverless Buses, Platoons Of Trucks To Shape Singapore's Transport Future
Some U.S. states and countries including Germany also allow testing of driverless vehicles on public roads. More
PepsiCo Says To Market Mobile Phones, Accessories In China
The food and beverage company however has no plans to get into the mobile phone manufacturing business, a PepsiCo spokeswoman said by email. More
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Facebook Pushes Shopping Features In Move To E-commerce
Facebook announced Monday it is testing several ad features that allow users to shop directly through its app. More
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Out Of The Cave And Onto Facebook - The Life Of A Modern Hermit
"The myth you most often face as a hermit is that you should have a beard and live in a cave, none of which is me." More
Twitter Plans Layoffs Next Week: Re/code
The news comes after Jack Dorsey was appointed permanent chief executive on Monday. More
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