California Apple vs. Samsung case judge rules that Samsung did not willfully infringe Apple's patents
California Apple vs. Samsung case judge rules that Samsung did not willfully infringe Apple's patents
                                 

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Apple vs. Amazon: Bizzaro valuations revisited

tech.fortune.cnn.com
New The value the market assigns these two companies gets more absurd each quarter FORTUNE -- Last week, Apple's profits grew and its share price plummeted. This week, Amazon's profits plummeted and its share price soared. Confused? So was much of the business press. Consider this matched set of headlines: Reuters:  "Amazon...
Apple vs. Amazon: Bizzaro valuations revisited

Apple getting 'defensive' with 128GB iPad, says analyst

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New Is Apple trying to ward off new-and-improved Windows 8 hybrids on the way? A Citibank analyst thinks so. [Read more]...
Apple getting 'defensive' with 128GB iPad, says analyst

Judge denies Samsung bid to invalidate Apple patent over indefiniteness

appleinsider.com
New U.S. District Court Judge Lucy Koh on Tuesday entered a ruling that found neither an Apple utility patent nor four design patents are invalid due to indefiniteness....
Judge denies Samsung bid to invalidate Apple patent over indefiniteness

Peak Mac? Some Clarity Needed.

parislemon.com
Peak Mac? Some Clarity Needed.: Dan Frommer: All this in mind, it seems more likely that Mac sales will either stay flat or have started their long-term decline than they'll ever reach, say, 10 million in a quarter. I think Frommer is directionally correct -- going forward, growth is all...
Peak Mac? Some Clarity Needed.
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The Daily Roundup for 01.29.2013

www.engadget.com
You might say the day is never really done in consumer technology news. Your workday, however, hopefully draws to a close at some point. This is the Daily Roundup on Engadget, a quick peek back at the top headlines for the past 24 hours -- all handpicked by the...
The Daily Roundup for 01.29.2013
Why on Earth would anyone want a $1,000 iPad?

Verizon, Sprint and AT&T Confirm They Will Carry 128GB iPad WiFi + Cellular

www.macrumors.com
Verizon and AT&T have confirmed to MacRumors that they will both carry the 128GB iPad's cellular variant when it launches on February 5th. Earlier, Sprint confirmed to iMore that it will also be carrying the new device. AT&T is particularly noteworthy because the carrier is offering $100 off tablets purchased...
Verizon, Sprint and AT&T Confirm They Will Carry 128GB iPad WiFi + Cellular

How to record calls on your smartphone

www.pcworld.com
Whether you're conducting an interview, hosting an important conference call, or trying to trick a criminal mastermind into revealing his plans for global domination, you'll need a way to record your phone calls. If you have a smartphone, you're in luck: There are apps for that. And even if...
How to record calls on your smartphone
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