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Apple asks European standards body for more transparency on FRAND licensing

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With its legal battles intensifying across the globe, Apple has appealed to the European Telecommunications Standards Institute, calling for a more consistent approach to the licensing of essential patents. In a letter dated November 11th, Cupertino outlined its issues with today's licensing system, with a particular emphasis on patents...
Apple asks European standards body for more transparency on FRAND licensing

Jury in Apple v. Samsung Goofed, Damages Reduced -- Uh Oh. What's Wrong With this Picture? ~pj Updated 3Xs

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Late in the process yesterday at the Apple v. Samsung trial, when the parties and the judge were reviewing the jury verdict form, Samsung noticed that there were, indeed, inconsistencies in the jury's verdict form, a possibility Samsung anticipated [PDF]. Here's the jury's Amended Verdict Form [PDF], amended to fix...
Jury in Apple v. Samsung Goofed, Damages Reduced -- Uh Oh. What's Wrong With this Picture? ~pj Updated 3Xs

500px back in iOS App Store after pornography snafu

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A popular iOS photography app that was removed by Apple last week amid complaints of pornographic images, is back in the iOS App Store Tuesday. 500px has been updated with three fixes requested by Apple’s app reviewers, including a tweak that will prevent queries for explicit image searches from producing...
500px back in iOS App Store after pornography snafu
Galaxy S III delays estimated to cost 2 million shipments in Q2
Google Defends Leaving LTE Out Of The Nexus 4: None Of Its Excuses Are Good Enough
Microsoft's CFO Is Damning The Surface With Faint Praise (MSFT)

FCC seen reviewing rules for carrier spectrum sales, might try one-size-fits-all model

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The FCC currently decides on concerns of wireless spectrum concentration on a case-by-case basis: what's acceptable in one deal might be forbidden in another. That inconsistency can be maddening to carriers and advocacy groups alike, which is why FCC Chairman Juilus Genachowski is reportedly on the cusp of distributing...
FCC seen reviewing rules for carrier spectrum sales, might try one-size-fits-all model

Firefox Private Browsing Mode ByPassed By Add-Ons

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One of the greatest strengths of the Firefox web browser is the development community that has produces thousands of add-ons for practically any activity on the Internet. The recent introduction of the so called private browsing mode in Firefox has caused a problem in regards to this add-ons as it...
Firefox Private Browsing Mode ByPassed By Add-Ons

The 7 deadly sins of mobile app design

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This story is brought to you by Sourcebits, a Global leader in Strategy, User Experience & Engineering for Mobile & Cloud. Follow Sourcebits on Twitter for recent news and updates. In Anna Karenina, Leo Tolstoy wrote that “happy families are all alike; every unhappy family is unhappy in its...
The 7 deadly sins of mobile app design

Appcelerator: fragmentation, monetization issues hurting interest in Android development

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Developers are losing interest in creating apps for Google’s Android OS due to platform fragmentation issues and its numerous internationals monetization models, according to Appcelerator. In its most recent developer survey, the mobile app development platform provider noticed the percentage of developers who classified themselves as “very interested” in developing...
Appcelerator: fragmentation, monetization issues hurting interest in Android development

Google's New, New Nav Bar

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When RWW webmaster Jared Smith sent me screenshots of yet another change to Google's top navigation bar, I thought it was a bug. Then I got it, too. It's a weird hybrid of the old, black nav bar with plain, gray text and the new, light one with the icons...
Google's New, New Nav Bar
French government tells ISP to stop installing ad-blocking software on its modems

Sponsored post: Data silos: biggest breaking point to cloud adoption and a CIO's sanity


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Data silos and integration challenges, more than security, are the biggest barriers to cloud adoption. Siloed data in cloud apps and data centers is costing companies millions annually due to inconsistency, inaccuracy and inefficiency across the business. And the enterprise software market is crossing the threshold of another transformation, now...
Sponsored post: Data silos: biggest breaking point to cloud adoption and a CIO's sanity

The injustice of improperly-dated albums

Sponsored post: Data silos: biggest breaking point to cloud adoption and a CIO's sanity


gigaom.com
Data silos and integration challenges, more than security, are the biggest barriers to cloud adoption. Siloed data in cloud apps and data centers is costing companies millions annually due to inconsistency, inaccuracy and inefficiency across the business. And the enterprise software market is crossing the threshold of another transformation, now...
Sponsored post: Data silos: biggest breaking point to cloud adoption and a CIO's sanity


Earth's 'Missing Energy' Discovered by NASA Study

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A study conducted on the planetary system's heating energy revealed an inconsistency when comparing data from satellites with measurements of how much Earth's oceans were heating. The mystery was just resolved in a new NASA investigation. The previous study was compiled by experts at the Boulder, Colorado-based National Center for...
Earth's 'Missing Energy' Discovered by NASA Study

AT&T's One X discovered to have 'restricted' bootloader, HTC responds

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Since last year, HTC itself has been happy to let you unlock the bootloaders on its Android devices, but that doesn't mean you'll always be able to. If you'll recall, the international version of the One X was rooted just a few weeks ago, but such access apparently isn't...
AT&T's One X discovered to have 'restricted' bootloader, HTC responds

Windows 8 to integrate cloud services, ditch Windows Live branding

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The Windows Live branding that Microsoft has used since 2005 for its range of consumer-oriented cloud services will fade away over the next few months, as the company positions the online services as an integral, integrated part of the Windows experience. This integration includes the ability to log on...
Windows 8 to integrate cloud services, ditch Windows Live branding

13-Inch Retina MacBook Pro Shows Up in Benchmarks

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Amid continued rumors that Apple intends to release a 13-inch Retina MacBook Pro in the coming months, a Geekbench 2 benchmark submitted late last month as a "MacBookPro10,2" appears to represent the machine in question. In comparison, the new non-Retina 13-inch MacBook Pro carries the model identifier "MacBookPro9,2", while the...
13-Inch Retina MacBook Pro Shows Up in Benchmarks
Want to fix the voting process? It's time to use the cloud

Formal Logic Club

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I've been laughing at this for weeks. It's too good not to share. The first rule of Formal Logic Club is you do not prove the consistency of Formal Logic Club. The second rule of Formal Logic Club is you do not prove the inconsistency of Formal Logic Club. —...
Formal Logic Club
Facebook updates developers on local currency pricing
And Here Is Sergey Brin Riding Fly in a Hot Pink Tesla

Johnny Foursquare (No More Johnny F.) Has Checked in at a New Privacy Policy

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Foursquare told users via email that as of Jan. 28, it will show their full names by default, instead of first name-last initial, and that business locations will be able to see more than the current three-hour history of their visitors’ check-ins. Both privacy policy changes make the service more...
Johnny Foursquare (No More Johnny F.) Has Checked in at a New Privacy Policy
Amazon cloud outages causing customer defection: dating site says it’s splitsville

Toronto HR Startup ClearFit Raises $7M Series A To Grow Hiring Software For Small Business Offering

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Toronto’s ClearFit, a company that uses automated software and algorithms to bubble up the top applicants for employers looking for quality hires, today announced the close of a $7 million Series A round. The financing, led by Boston’s GrandBanks Capital and including Relay Ventures, will help ClearFit grow to keep...
Toronto HR Startup ClearFit Raises $7M Series A To Grow Hiring Software For Small Business Offering

Hands-on with Nikon's Coolpix P520 and L820 superzooms at CP+ (video)

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Nikon introduced a pair of step-up superzoom cameras here at CP+, with the P520 designed to meet the needs of advanced amateur shooters and the L820 best suited for casual photographers looking to get a bit closer to the action. Both models include BSI CMOS sensors, with the $450...
Hands-on with Nikon's Coolpix P520 and L820 superzooms at CP+ (video)

SXSW: Is Privacy on the Social Web a Technical Problem?

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How to deal with user privacy on social networks as they grow, mature and become more sophisticated has been a frequent topic of conversation at this year’s SXSW — and not just in researcher Danah Boyd’s keynote address that argued aggregating public information can be a privacy breach, and slammed...
SXSW: Is Privacy on the Social Web a Technical Problem?
Beneath Microsoft’s Surface is a Company in Transition

Walmart, Macy's, Target and others among this week's top PTAT gainers for retail and consumer merchandise pages

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Walmart is the top gaining retail and consumer merchandise page in the People Talking About This metric this week. With over 28 million total Likes, Walmart is the second most liked retail and consumer merchandise page on all of Facebook. The page had 742,059 engagements over the week, increasing by 221,116...
Walmart, Macy's, Target and others among this week's top PTAT gainers for retail and consumer merchandise pages
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