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Verizon Steps In On Prenda Case; Says Brett Gibbs Never Informed Them Of Judge's Order Killing Subpoenas

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As the minutes tick off until the Prenda hearing today, yet another bit of news has dropped in relation to the case. Verizon has stepped in and filed a declaration stating that contrary to Brett Gibbs' own claims to the court, it does not appear Gibbs informed Verizon not to...
Verizon Steps In On Prenda Case; Says Brett Gibbs Never Informed Them Of Judge's Order Killing Subpoenas

Opinion: Macworld | iWorld changed more than just the name

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Chris Holt spent a few days wandering up and down Moscone West to get a feel for the revamped Macworld | iWorld show. Sure, some exhibits fell flat, but he came away impressed with the new focus....
Opinion: Macworld | iWorld changed more than just the name

'The Buddhist' video game knows there's more to life than collecting coins, saving princesses

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This was certainly one of the more mysterious exhibits at today's ITP Winter Show at NYU. In fact, when we asked its co-creator Bona Kim what it was all about, she wouldn't tell us how to play her game, The Buddhist. That's not really the point, she insisted. Instead,...
'The Buddhist' video game knows there's more to life than collecting coins, saving princesses

Google Maps updated with new Street View imagery to celebrate Space Day

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In celebration of “Space Day” in Japan, Google announced today that it is releasing new panoramic Street View imagery for the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) and the National Museum of Emerging Science and Innovation (Miraikan). The JAXA imagery allows you to walk through the Tanegashima Space Center (TNSC)...
Google Maps updated with new Street View imagery to celebrate Space Day
FCC filings uncloak Google Glass

Wired to launch its first UK pop-up shop in London showing off tools of a new industrial revolution

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Ever read Wired and wished you could paw at all those cool and crazy gadgets? Yeah, it’s often a fantasy shopping list for us too. The good news is that Wired is opening its first UK pop-up store in London at the end of this month. The magazine runs seasonal stores...
Wired to launch its first UK pop-up shop in London showing off tools of a new industrial revolution

Judge pares down Apple v. Samsung case exhibits, limits argument time

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Apple and Samsung are now limited to 125 exhibits and 25 hours of argument time each to present their respective cases in the California suit that is part of the two companies' ongoing worldwide patent struggle....
Judge pares down Apple v. Samsung case exhibits, limits argument time
A look at the 9/11 Museum's first exhibit, which will showcase recorded memories

Apple v. Samsung closing arguments: 'Make your own phones' v. 'Apple is trying to mislead you'

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The summer blockbuster that is Apple v. Samsung is coming to a close as both companies have delivered their closing arguments. Neither side held back in their last opportunity to argue their case, with Apple telling Samsung to make its own phones and Samsung warning the jury that Apple is...
Apple v. Samsung closing arguments: 'Make your own phones' v. 'Apple is trying to mislead you'

Google says Judge Posner's ruling is like a 'policy paper on what FRAND should or could be'

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An Apple v. Motorola Mobility FRAND lawsuit that the media and the general public rarely pay attention to, but which is nevertheless important for the industry, is going to go to trial in about three weeks in the Western District of Wisconsin. In mid-August, Apple made headway with a partial...
Google says Judge Posner's ruling is like a 'policy paper on what FRAND should or could be'
Monmouth in Wales becomes the world's first 'Wikipedia town'

Aibo, Walkman, Transformers, and Paro the baby robot seal in Japan tech hall of fame

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An exhibition in Osaka, central Japan, has assembled a hall of fame for Japanese tech products, with hits including Sony's Walkman and Aibo, an original Tranformer toy, and Paro the baby seal robot on display.The "First in the World" exhibition, organized by a local trade group, a museum and...
Aibo, Walkman, Transformers, and Paro the baby robot seal in Japan tech hall of fame

Visualized: a look inside iRobot's gadget-filled 'cool stuff room' (video)

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We've all seen a Roomba at one point or another, be it picking up debris around our feet in a friend's living room or chauffeuring a courageous kitty for an entertaining clip on YouTube. Likely far less familiar, however, is iRobot's gadget-filled Massachusetts headquarters, including the museum-like "cool stuff...
Visualized: a look inside iRobot's gadget-filled 'cool stuff room' (video)

Apple v. Samsung Smackdown Headed to Jury Trial

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Apple’s pitched patent battle with Samsung is headed to a jury trial. U.S. District Judge Lucy Koh on Thursday ordered both companies to pare down their bloated patent claims in advance of a July 30 courtroom showdown. “It’s going to be 125 exhibits per side. That’s it, no more,” Koh...
Apple v. Samsung Smackdown Headed to Jury Trial
Smithsonian using 3D scanning to archive collection
San Francisco's Exploratorium Teaches iPad Users About Sound With New App

Samsung leverages jury verdict and preliminary ITC ruling against Apple's FRAND theories

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We are now less than two months away from the big Apple v. Samsung post-trial hearing at which the parties will try to convince Judge Koh of their positions on what consequences the jury trial should have (or whether there should be a whole new trial, which is Samsung's preference)....
Samsung leverages jury verdict and preliminary ITC ruling against Apple's FRAND theories

Judge: Samsung can't show Sony-like Apple iPhone prototype

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Samsung saw yet another procedural setback today at the opening of its trial against Apple in US District Court in San Francisco. An attempt by Samsung to frame an early iPhone prototype labeled "Jony" by Apple designers as copied from Sony -- thereby implying that stealing designs is okay if...
Judge: Samsung can't show Sony-like Apple iPhone prototype

Animal Crossing: New Leaf - review

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3DS; Nintendo; £28.84-£32.99Reading this on mobile? Click here to viewIn Animal Crossing: New Leaf, you move into a town populated by friendly talking animals and become its mayor, providing everything from the town's name to new municipal building projects. However, unlike Sim City, this isn't about connecting sewage pipes and...
Animal Crossing: New Leaf - review

Kingmax intros UI-05 USB flash drive with glass ceiling, lets you see memory storage 'in action'

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If you ever thought the world of flash storage was, well, a little pedestrian, then you've clearly never met Kingmax. The memory-maker likes to spice things up with world firsts, and exhibits an enthusiasm for the utilitarian product that can only be admired. The latest innovation? A USB drive...
Kingmax intros UI-05 USB flash drive with glass ceiling, lets you see memory storage 'in action'

Judge Koh restricts Apple vs Samsung argument time, exhibits

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Rules have been established in the latest round of Apple and Samsung's patent skirmish by Judge Lucy Koh of the US District Court for the Northern District of California during Thursday's hearings. In addition to agreeing to drop some claims to simplify the case, each side is limited to 25...
Judge Koh restricts Apple vs Samsung argument time, exhibits
Prenda seeded its own porn files via BitTorrent, new affidavit shows
Visit 'Print Fiction,' a digital art exhibition for the web

SXSW Remains The Best Gathering Of Creative Smart Entrepreneurs There Is

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When I made plans to attend my first SXSW conference, friends told me it wasn't for technology people anymore. "SXSW is only for marketing and PR now," they said. Is this true? I needed to find out for myself, and I heard there would be fun and free food, so...
SXSW Remains The Best Gathering Of Creative Smart Entrepreneurs There Is
Samsung's argument that it didn't copy the iPhone and iPad--in pictures
Defense lawyer shows Steele's links to Prenda Law

Name that Tech Tune: Here's your chance to win Emerald City Comicon passes

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Last week’s Name that Tech Tune Challenge was so easy that literally nobody got it wrong, and almost everyone made fun of me for making it so easy. This week is very different. In fact, from the answers that have already started coming in from our radio show and podcast,...
Name that Tech Tune: Here's your chance to win Emerald City Comicon passes

Keep Your Facebook Friends Close & Your Facebook Enemies Closer

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The adage says: "Keep your friends close and your enemies closer." And that's exactly what the creators of EnemyGraph had in mind. It's an application that allows users to list their "enemies," whether these are ideological enemies of your mind, Facebook friends, pages or even groups. Hate a politician? Name...
Keep Your Facebook Friends Close & Your Facebook Enemies Closer
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