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Carl Icahn enters the ring with new Dell bid

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Carl Icahn enters the ring with new Dell bid

Long-Awaited Patent Ruling Yields Few Answers

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New A federal appeals court on Friday offered its long-awaited view on when a piece of software can be patented. The upshot: seven opinions, totaling more than 120 pages, and no clear answer. While a majority of the 10-judge panel of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit agreed...
Long-Awaited Patent Ruling Yields Few Answers
QFPay, The Square of China, Is Processing Close To $400M Per Year

Apple said to be mulling single warranty for multiple devices

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New A new report says Apple's planning a sizable revamp to its AppleCare warranty plans for the fall. [Read more]...
Apple said to be mulling single warranty for multiple devices

Mobile apps news roundup: WeChat now has 190M MAU, PvZ 2 launching in July, Amazon launches Appstore in China and more

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New WeChat now has 190 million MAU – Tencent’s deputy general manager Hou Xiaonan revealed on the final day of the Global Mobile Internet Conference (GMIC) in Bejing that the company’s messaging app WeChat now has 190 million monthly active users (MAU). This put’s WeChat on par with U.S. messaging app...
Mobile apps news roundup: WeChat now has 190M MAU, PvZ 2 launching in July, Amazon launches Appstore in China and more

DailyDirt: Not Enough Flies In My Soup, Waiter...

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New It's actually somewhat difficult to avoid eating insects accidentally. Bugs (or bug parts) get into our food supply all the time, and it's not really a bad thing (unless you're a strict vegan). Some folks, though, want more insects in their food, and not just fried grasshoppers or exotic scorpions....
DailyDirt: Not Enough Flies In My Soup, Waiter...

Defense department to let Apple devices onto Pentagon network

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New The U.S. Defense Department plans to let its employees use Apple's mobile devices on its military network. [Read more]...
Defense department to let Apple devices onto Pentagon network

It Sounds Like Mark Zuckerberg's Immigration Lobbying Group Is Falling Apart

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New Last weekend, we described how the lobbying group organized by Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg to promote immigration reform had been caught supporting politicians who trash President Obama and Obamacare and support oil drilling in the Alaska wilderness. Although this behavior was described as business as usual in Washington--if you want...
It Sounds Like Mark Zuckerberg's Immigration Lobbying Group Is Falling Apart

Microsoft: Windows 8 is not New Coke

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New When The Coca-Cola Company tried to introduce “New Coke” to the market back in 1985, it was considered one of the worst product decisions known to mankind. Now, some analysts are comparing Coke’s mistakes to Microsoft and Windows 8, based on the negative reaction radical changes in the operating system, and Microsoft’s upcoming move...
Microsoft: Windows 8 is not New Coke

Motorola XT1058 for AT&T hits the FCC, could be XFON related

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New We've been waiting to see Motorola would produce now that it's a part of Google, and one of its first phones to bring the stock Android 4.2 experience may have just been revealed in an FCC filing. The XT1058 sports AT&T compatible LTE bands and NFC, and its model...
Motorola XT1058 for AT&T hits the FCC, could be XFON related
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