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EU Slams Philips, LG And Four Others With $1.9 Billion Antitrust Penalty For LCD Price Fixing

EU Slams Philips, LG And Four Others With $1.9 Billion Antitrust Penalty For LCD Price Fixing

European Commission has slammed six major electronics companies for indulging in highly forbidden anti-competitive behaviour. The Commission has imposed a penalty of $1.92 billion on the six companies which is the biggest antitrust penalty in the history of EU.

By On December 7, 2012 Respond
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Court Orders Best Buy To Pay $27M To TechForward For Stealing Business Secrets

Court Orders Best Buy To Pay $27M To TechForward For Stealing Business Secrets

Best Buy stole the business secrets of TechForward and made use of them, leading TechForward to ruins. A court has now ordered the retailer to pay TechForward $27M in damages.

By On December 6, 2012 Respond
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Obama Extends FTC’s Power By Signing Safe Web Act

Obama Extends FTC’s Power By Signing Safe Web Act

Online scams are nothing new. They are nearly as old as the internet itself. Most of us have grown intelligent to most scams that are pedaled on the web but many still fall for the old tricks. To legally tackle the culprits behind online scams, President Obama has now signed a bill which would let FTC deal with them more effectively.

By On December 5, 2012 Respond
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Pope Benedict XVI Joins Twitter Using @Pontifex Handle

Pope Benedict XVI Joins Twitter Using @Pontifex Handle

As we move headlong unto the road of technological advancement, religion has tried hard to keep up. It is only natural, then, that the Pope Benedict XVI will be tweeting from a personal Twitter account soon. Interestingly, he will be using the handle @Pontifex.

By On December 4, 2012 Respond
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iPhone 5 Announced For China, Becomes Available By December 14

iPhone 5 Announced For China, Becomes Available By December 14

Apple usually has to undergo a number of regulatory issues before it is able to launch its devices in China. So was the case with iPhone 4S and same has been the case with iPhone 5 which delayed the device’s launch in the country until now. Now, Apple has announced that iPhone 5 will become available in China by December 14.

By On December 4, 2012 1 Response
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ABI Research: iPad Loses 14% Market Share To Android

ABI Research: iPad Loses 14% Market Share To Android

When Apple had been doing great business with its iPad, Android had been rapidly grabbing the market through a variety of tablets. Due to increase in Android tablet market share, iPad market share has decreased recently. ABI Research has rang the bell in a new report.

By On December 3, 2012 Respond
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Details Of Redbox Instant Accidentally Leaked On The Web

Details Of Redbox Instant Accidentally Leaked On The Web

We have been hearing for a while that Verizon and Redbox are collaborating to launch a video service of their own but neither has divulged much detail about it. Now, it seems that the official website of the service, Redboxinstant.com has mistakenly leaked these details to the web.

By On December 3, 2012 Respond
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Flexible Phones Expected To Hit The Shelves By 2013

Flexible Phones Expected To Hit The Shelves By 2013

In recent months, we have seen a number of designs envisioning flexible mobile phones. Whereas that had been a thing of fiction until now, eminent vendors are working hard on the concept and they may be able to deliver a real, flexible phone by 2013, experts have estimated.

By On December 1, 2012 Respond
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Google Plans 12.85-Inch Touch Chromebook

Google Plans 12.85-Inch Touch Chromebook

Google has long vowed its commitment to the Chrome OS, even when its Chromebook line hasn’t gained much traction. The company continue to dish out new devices in the Chrome lineup, and reports have suggested that it may be readying a 12.85-inch touch-enabled Chrome notebook.

By On November 27, 2012 Respond
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American Tablet Shipment May Exceed Laptop Shipments This Quarter

American Tablet Shipment May Exceed Laptop Shipments This Quarter

According to a new forecast, tablet shipments will exceed laptop shipments in North America during Q4, 2012.

By On November 26, 2012 Respond
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Microsoft Confirms At Least Four-Year Support For Windows RT

Microsoft Confirms At Least Four-Year Support For Windows RT

Microsoft has announced that it will provide support for Surface tablets with Windows RT for at least 4 forthcoming years.

By On November 26, 2012 Respond
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Virgin Mobile Offers Black Friday Discounts On Devices, Data Plans

Virgin Mobile Offers Black Friday Discounts On Devices, Data Plans

Black Friday deals have started rolling out already. Virgin Mobile has now announced a significant discount on the prices of a number of its handsets and data plans.

By On November 22, 2012 Respond
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Nexus 4 Packs An LTE Chip Which Is Of No Use

Nexus 4 Packs An LTE Chip Which Is Of No Use

The folks over at iFixit have been quick to tear down the new Google Nexus 4 device, manufactured by LG. What is a rather surprising revelation as a result of the tear-down is that the device packs a LTE chip, yet doesn’t have LTE radio. So the device can’t essentially support 4G LTE connectivity.

By On November 20, 2012 Respond
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Head Of Silicon Valley Branch Of US Patent Office Is A Former Google Attorney

Head Of Silicon Valley Branch Of US Patent Office Is A Former Google Attorney

The USPTO had announced plans of ramping up its operations by opening a branch at Silicon Valley, besides two other new branches. It has now transpired that the person heading this new branch will be none other than the former Google Attorney, Michelle K. Lee.

By On November 18, 2012 Respond
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Texas Instruments Announces Elimination Of 1700 Jobs

Texas Instruments Announces Elimination Of 1700 Jobs

Texas Instruments(TI) emerged as a key chip player in the mobile arena a few years ago. However, the company has had a few setbacks as off-the-shelf processors become undesirable for mobile vendors. As a result, TI has been contemplating a move away from the mobile industry and as part of that, has announced the elimination of 1700 jobs.

By On November 15, 2012 1 Response
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