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FCC tasks Dish with building 70 percent of its AWS-4 LTE network in 7 years

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The fellas at the FCC may have given Dish Network the green light to pilfer the AWS-4 spectrum for its upcoming LTE plans, but it didn't do so without leaving a few lingering strings. Dish is expected to build out the proposed network at a rate of ten percent...
FCC tasks Dish with building 70 percent of its AWS-4 LTE network in 7 years

Judge Koh throws out evidence Apple and Samsung provided in circumvention of page limits

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Judge Lucy Koh is doing some clean-up in the Apple v. Samsung litigation that went to trial in the summer. This morning she issued an order striking evidence that Apple and Samsung provided in the form of declarations attached to their briefs but which, in the judge's opinion, presented arguments...
Judge Koh throws out evidence Apple and Samsung provided in circumvention of page limits

Google claims engineers were unaware of Street View data breach

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Google releases written testimony from engineers saying they were not aware that Street View had been designed to capture private data, including full emails, medical listings and passwordsGoogle has published sworn declarations from nine engineers, as the company tries to answer claims it orchestrated a cover-up of its collection of...
Google claims engineers were unaware of Street View data breach
UK agency reopens Google Street View investigation in light of FCC findings

Catherine – review

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Xbox 360/PS3; £37.99; cert 18+ Atlus/Deep SilverCatherine is two puzzles games, really: one of the heart and one of the mind.In the first, shabby protagonist Vincent – a 32-year-old who is aimlessly stumbling through life – must choose between two women. His long-term girlfriend Katherine is career-minded, focussed, and eager...
Catherine – review
Like it or not, the US Postal Service isn't going away anytime soon

With dividend, Tim Cook thinks differently about Apple

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While playing the “Steve would never do that” game is seldom a great idea — it’s akin to calling yourself a fortune teller or a mind reader — it is fairly safe to say, based on his prior statements and declarations, that Steve Jobs chose a successor who is...
With dividend, Tim Cook thinks differently about Apple

Judge To Allow More Evidence Filed Against Team Prenda, Despite Vehement Objections From Prenda

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On Wednesday, lawyer Morgan Pietz asked Judge Otis Wright if he could file some additional evidence in the big Prenda showdown case. Pietz, of course, is the lawyer who had been representing some of the anonymous Does that Prenda Law was targeting in various cases, and who was the lawyer...
Judge To Allow More Evidence Filed Against Team Prenda, Despite Vehement Objections From Prenda

Windows 8 touch laptop prices to hit $200 by the holidays, Intel CEO says

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Intel held its first quarter earnings call for 2013 on Tuesday, and the Q&A with analysts afterwards was full of bold declarations about how cheap touch-enabled PCs and other Intel-loaded touchable gadgets were going to get. Intel executives love to talk about how the next generation of PCs powered...
Windows 8 touch laptop prices to hit $200 by the holidays, Intel CEO says
ITC rules Apple violates Samsung patent, limited ban could apply to iPhone 4, iPhone 3GS, 3G iPads

Huawei Ascend W1 launching on O2 in UK, due to land sometime in Q1

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A little late to the party, perhaps, but Huawei is finally trotting out that Windows Phone 8 device it promised way back in June. So, when can you get it? Sometime in the first quarter, if you're living in the UK -- O2 just announced the Ascend W1 as...
Huawei Ascend W1 launching on O2 in UK, due to land sometime in Q1

Microsoft Dynamics Tries To Ease Enterprise Customers Onto The Cloud

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The Next Web is having "a chuckle" at the expense of customers Microsoft is catering to with its enterprise resource planning products. And after spending an hour talking with Fred Studer, general manager of Microsoft Dynamics, and Microsoft Business Solutions Technical Fellow Mike Ehrenberg Thursday, we can say it's probably...
Microsoft Dynamics Tries To Ease Enterprise Customers Onto The Cloud

Letters: Sunday Dialogue: A New School Schedule?

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Readers react to a proposal for a longer school year and day.    ...
Letters: Sunday Dialogue: A New School Schedule?
After loving to hate Tesla, many scramble to show their love

Google fined by FCC over Street View

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Web giant to pay $25,000 for collecting personal information without permission and impeding investigationGoogle has been fined $25,000 for impeding a US investigation into its collection of wireless network data for its Street View project, which allows users to see street level images when they map a location.The Federal Communications...
Google fined by FCC over Street View

Groups release dueling Internet freedom declarations

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Groups release dueling Internet freedom declarations

And here it is, the Pope's first tweet

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We knew it was coming, it was just a matter of when. The leader of the Catholic church has just tweeted for the first time. Dear friends, I am pleased to get in touch with you through Twitter. Thank you for your generous response. I bless all of you from...
And here it is, the Pope's first tweet

Galaxy S4 availability hinted at in Staples document, pegged for April 26th on AT&T

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Scrambling to find a launch date for the Samsung Galaxy S4? Staples may have just dropped a hint. According to a leaked store training sheet, AT&T will be offering the next Galaxy phone on April 26th, followed by T-Mobile on May 1st and Verizon on the 30th. Bold lettering...
Galaxy S4 availability hinted at in Staples document, pegged for April 26th on AT&T

Google Engineers On Wifi Data Collection: “Don’t Look At Me”

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Denials Over Google Street View via the New York Times reports on some of the Google Street View engineers declarations when it came to the Wifi data collection done by Google’s Street View project. Reading those declarations you see engineers stating “it was not part of my... Please visit Search...
Google Engineers On Wifi Data Collection: “Don’t Look At Me”

Amazon set to launch 10-inch tablet to accompany 7-inch Kindle Fire, says Staples exec

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Amazon is set to release new tablet models, including a 10-inch device, Reuters reports. The information is based on declarations by Staples’ President of U.S. Retail, Demos Parneros, who is obviously familiar with the topic. In our understanding, the new models will include new 7-inch and 10-inch tablets, that will have three variants...
Amazon set to launch 10-inch tablet to accompany 7-inch Kindle Fire, says Staples exec

How Do You Handle Data Integration in the Cloud?

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At times it feels like the concept of cloud computing is as ephemeral as a towering cumulus cloud on a summer day. It passes by, changes shape and looks different to every person who views it. But like those clouds in the sky, there's a lot of complexity out there,...
How Do You Handle Data Integration in the Cloud?

Man paralysed for seven years uses eye movement to tweet 'hello world'

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Tony Nicklinson has locked-in syndrome – mentally awake but physically paralysed – and wants doctors to end his life lawfullyA man with locked-in syndrome has joined Twitter and sent his first tweet – "Hello world".Tony Nicklinson, who seven years ago had a major stroke that left his body completely paralysed,...
Man paralysed for seven years uses eye movement to tweet 'hello world'

Netflix will need deep pockets to raid BSkyB's movie locker

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There is a sense of déjà vu today in news media, in which Netflix is able to repeat, as news, two declarations it has already made: it has signed a million UK and Ireland subscribers in just six months (see our July story). it is bullish about out-bidding BSkyB for UK...
Netflix will need deep pockets to raid BSkyB's movie locker

Hype-kill: Graphene is awesome, but a very long way from replacing silicon

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Stories are hatched in different ways. Some spring from a journalist’s own imagination, some are passed along as tips. Some are based on press briefings or information released by a manufacturer.Some stories happen because the author is annoyed — and this is one of them. Specifically, I’m annoyed at the...
Hype-kill: Graphene is awesome, but a very long way from replacing silicon
FCC fines Google $25,000 for unauthorized data collection and impeding investigation

Google tries to destroy Oracle's case, asks for judgment on Java copyrights

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With the first phase of the blockbuster Oracle/Google case nearly headed to the jury, Google last night asked the court for a judgment that would invalidate at least a portion of the copyrights Oracle claims over Java APIs. Google's motion asks for a "judgment as a matter of law...
Google tries to destroy Oracle's case, asks for judgment on Java copyrights

Boot up: Habbo Hotel, latest on Google Street View Wi-Fi case, Ping to die and more

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Plus those Microsoft lyrics explained, Verizon whacks moderate data users in the US and moreA (delayed; apologies) quick burst of 7 links for you to chew over, as picked by the Technology teamShould your child play in Habbo Hotel? >> Channel 4 NewsExclusive: a Channel 4 News investigation uncovers shocking...
Boot up: Habbo Hotel, latest on Google Street View Wi-Fi case, Ping to die and more

Judge purges too-long Apple versus Samsung testimonies

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Judge Lucy Koh, overseeing the Apple versus Samsung smartphone patent trials in the US has tossed some declarations attached to briefs and other court filings that were "not explicitly articulated within the briefing page limits." In the order striking the declarations, the judge said that "the Court has not relied...
Judge purges too-long Apple versus Samsung testimonies

With Dividend, Tim Cook Thinks Differently About Apple

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While playing the “Steve would never do that” game is seldom a great idea — it’s akin to calling yourself a fortune teller or a mind reader — it is fairly safe to say, based on his prior statements and declarations, that Steve Jobs chose a successor who is...
With Dividend, Tim Cook Thinks Differently About Apple

Boxee Ramps Up Its Fight To Stop The FCC From Letting Cable Companies Effectively Break Its Device

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Last month, an interesting fight broke out concerning the cable companies' desire to block out competing set top boxes. The simplified version is that the cable companies asked the FCC for a waiver to allow them to encrypt basic cable signals -- something they're currently forbidden from doing. The cable...
Boxee Ramps Up Its Fight To Stop The FCC From Letting Cable Companies Effectively Break Its Device
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