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Apple is appealing the court decision denying its request for a ban on some Samsung smartphones that were found to have violated Apple patents.
Appeals court rebuffs Oracle’s bid to restore a $1.3 billion verdict against SAP. It looks like Oracle will receive $353 million unless it gets a new trial.
Apple tells HealthKit developers they can’t sell personal health data to advertisers.
Tesla teams up with China’s second-largest mobile company, Unicom, to build a charging network in China.
Industry group downplays hacking of JPMorgan and other banks, says it’s unaware of “significant” attacks.
Police raid of gamer’s office near Denver is broadcast online, because the gamer was live-streaming.
Oh, brother: ALS Association reportedly tries to trademark “Ice Bucket Challenge.”
Database of 12 million historic, copyright-free images is being posted to Flickr.
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