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The UK’s highest court launches a Twitter account to broadcast its latest rulings

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The highest court in the UK has launched a Twitter account and will begin tweeting news about its latest judgements imminently. The @UKSupremeCourt account has yet to tweet, but the court’s Twitter ‘broadcast service’ will kick-off by tweeting live coverage of the new justice Lord Reed being sworn in at...
The UK’s highest court launches a Twitter account to broadcast its latest rulings

Apple wants to ban 8 Samsung devices in US including Galaxy S II, S, Prevail, Droid Charge

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Apple has filed with the court identifying the exact Samsung devices that it will be going after a ban on in the scheduled September 20th injunction hearing, reports The Verge. The devices include 4 variants of the Galaxy S II, two variants of the Galaxy S, the Droid Charge and...
Apple wants to ban 8 Samsung devices in US including Galaxy S II, S, Prevail, Droid Charge

Not So Fast, Google: China Wants A Look At Your Motorola Deal First

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Google has overcome two big regulatory hurdles in getting its $12.5-billion acquisition of Motorola Mobility approved by both U.S. and European regulators. China has until March 20 to decide whether or not it will wave through the deal, too. The country’s Anti-Monopoly Bureau is now reviewing the deal — a...
Not So Fast, Google: China Wants A Look At Your Motorola Deal First

Layoffs, Hiring To Come At HP's Autonomy Unit (HPQ)

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When HP warned investors that it could sell some of its business units, the gossips immediately turned their eyes to Autonomy. But new evidence shows that HP is reorganizing Autonomy, not trying to sell it. The new head of Autonomy, Robert Youngjohns, promised to hire some 50 engineers for the...
Layoffs, Hiring To Come At HP's Autonomy Unit (HPQ)

Remote smartphone diagnostics: the new Carrier IQ or helpful support tool?

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The importance of privacy has been dwindling for quite some time, and smartphones have become one of the biggest culprits. Allegations against Carrier IQ, location-based tracking, the recent concerns about Path snatching up iOS address book information -- all of these are just a few examples of mobile carriers...
Remote smartphone diagnostics: the new Carrier IQ or helpful support tool?
Google unveils first-ever underwater "street-view" (and it's amazing)
Consumer Group Turns The Screws In Euro Google Antitrust Investigation, Outcome Expected ‘In Days’
Foxconn attacked by hacker group, internal information released

Dating app linked to teen rapes

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US-based meet-up app Skout suspends its service to 13-17 years olds, after allegations that three of its members have been raped....
Dating app linked to teen rapes

Apple wants U.S. district court to obscure Samsung logo on video display for jurors

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After just blogging about the technical and timeline-related part of a joint Apple-Samsung filing made a few hours ago, I now have some tidbits from the filing that are, in a way, more entertaining.In their filing, the parties explain, among many other things, what kinds of evidence-related issues they plan...
Apple wants U.S. district court to obscure Samsung logo on video display for jurors

Shareholders sue Facebook, banks over botched IPO

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The hype surrounding Facebook has rapidly turned sour since the company went public in a media frenzy last Friday. Its share price is collapsing and regulators are investigating allegations that Facebook’s big bank partners withheld key insider information. Now, Reuters reports that shareholders have filed a lawsuit in Manhattan federal...
Shareholders sue Facebook, banks over botched IPO

Sally Bercow faces Lord McAlpine high court battle

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Speaker's wife refuses to back down after ex-Tory party treasurer demanded libel damages and an apologyLord McAlpine is set for a high court battle with Sally Bercow after she refused to back down in the face of a legal challenge from the former Tory peer over an allegedly libellous tweet.McAlpine...
Sally Bercow faces Lord McAlpine high court battle

After Expedia, TripAdvisor files EU antitrust complaint against Google

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Late last week, online travel agency Expedia filed an antitrust complaint against Google, accusing the Internet search and advertising giant of breaching European Union regulations. It thus joined about a dozen other (mostly smaller) firms that have taken their case to the European Commission in the past two years. And...
After Expedia, TripAdvisor files EU antitrust complaint against Google

James Murdoch to step down as BSkyB chairman

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It has emerged that James Murdoch is to stand down from his non-executive chairman’s position at BSkyB over his handling of the phone-hacking scandal that took place at The News of the World newspaper. Whilst it has been rumored for a couple of days, Sky News – which is owned...
James Murdoch to step down as BSkyB chairman

LulzSec's Sabu denied being informer to Guardian last July

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When I spoke to Sabu, he was keen to discuss claims he worked for the authorities – a stance that now reads in a new lightLast July the Guardian was investigating the elusive, mysterious individuals behind LulzSec and Anonymous – the loose hacker groups who had suddenly become front page...
LulzSec's Sabu denied being informer to Guardian last July

China claims most cyber-attacks on its military websites have US origin

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Beijing says defence ministry and another site subjected to 1.7m attacks last year, two-thirds of which came from within AmericaTwo Chinese military websites were subject to about 144,000 hacking attacks a month last year, almost two-thirds of which came from the US, China's defence ministry has said.Earlier this month a...
China claims most cyber-attacks on its military websites have US origin

Kim Dotcom Must Be Allowed To See FBI Evidence Against Him, Court Rules

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Responding to a request from Megaupload’s legal team, Judge Harvey at the North Shore District Court ruled in May on whether the United States government should be forced to reveal the evidence it holds on Kim Dotcom and other defendants in the case. Megaupload said they have a right to...
Kim Dotcom Must Be Allowed To See FBI Evidence Against Him, Court Rules
Nest Labs Files Counterclaims In Honeywell Suit, Makes Apple’s Former Chief Patent Counsel A VP
RadioShack, Trek, Anheuser-Busch, And Other Sponsors Dump Lance Armstrong

WikiLeaks Founder Assange Loses Extradition Appeal

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The U.K. Supreme Court ruled that Julian Assange may be extradited to Sweden for questioning about allegations of sexual offenses....
WikiLeaks Founder Assange Loses Extradition Appeal

Spanish ‘SOPA’: 79 Site Takedown Requests in First Month

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After being threatened with a place on a United States trade blacklist, the Spanish government passed the so-called Sinde Law, legislation that allows for the blocking of allegedly infringing sites based on reports from copyright holders. On March 1st the Sinde law went into effect and now, a month on,...
Spanish ‘SOPA’: 79 Site Takedown Requests in First Month

New York Observer Publisher Jared Kushner Might Buy The Dodgers

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Jared Kushner — owner and publisher of the New York Observer, son-in-law of Donald Trump — is in the running to buy the Los Angeles Dodgers, the Los Angeles Times reports. If his bid went through, he would become the youngest owner in the MLB. In addition to his...
New York Observer Publisher Jared Kushner Might Buy The Dodgers

Apple v. Samsung: Cupertino's latest complaint alleges 17 devices infringe 8 of its patents

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We were waiting for the details of Apple's new lawsuit in its global battle against Samsung, and now that the court has posted the complaint, we have them. These fresh allegations claim Sammy has... you guessed it, infringed upon Apple's intellectual property. Turns out, there are eight patents at issue,...
Apple v. Samsung: Cupertino's latest complaint alleges 17 devices infringe 8 of its patents

Oracle must pay Google $1M to cover costs in failed patent case

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When Oracle sued Google in August 2010 alleging widespread infringement of Java-related copyrights and patents in Android, the company was looking for a $6 billion payout. But Oracle got nothing when a court ruled in Google's favor in May of this year, and is now being ordered to pay $1.13...
Oracle must pay Google $1M to cover costs in failed patent case

U.K. Judge Orders Apple to Publicly Recant Galaxy Copycat Claim

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Last week a U.K. court ruled that Samsung’s Galaxy tablets aren’t “cool” enough to be confused with Apple’s iPad and certainly don’t infringe upon Cupertino’s design. Now, the same court has ordered Apple to publicly recant its allegations suggesting that they do. Judge Colin Birss today ordered Apple to post...
U.K. Judge Orders Apple to Publicly Recant Galaxy Copycat Claim

Twitter refuses to unmask user behind fake Steve Auckland account

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Northcliffe Media fails in bid to reveal person behind spoof @UnSteveDorkland accountTwitter has said it will not unmask the person behind a spoof account of a newspaper executive after the anonymous user launched legal action in the US.The Twitter user behind a parody account of Steve Auckland, the chief executive...
Twitter refuses to unmask user behind fake Steve Auckland account

Second Habbo investor checks out

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The largest investor in Habbo Hotel has withdrawn investment in the light of allegations that the network harboured paedophiles....
Second Habbo investor checks out

Long Before H-P Deal, Autonomy's Red Flags

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Following allegations last week by H-P that Autonomy inflated its financial results, U.S. authorities are looking into the business. Meanwhile, questions are mounting about how H-P failed to uncover the alleged irregularities ahead of the purchase....
Long Before H-P Deal, Autonomy's Red Flags
Samsung under investigation for false advertising about HTC in Taiwan

Antitrust complaint levied against Google in EU, this time it's all about Android

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Google has spent the past couple years facing down antitrust accusations in Europe for pushing its web services over those of competitors. But, just as that case is coming to a close, the New York Times now reports that new anti-competitive allegations have been levied against Android. This new...
Antitrust complaint levied against Google in EU, this time it's all about Android
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