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Microsoft wins short block on Motorola banning Windows, Xbox

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Microsoft scored an important win in a Seattle courtroom by successfully getting a temporary block on any Motorola bans of its products. The temporary restraining order prevents Motorola from securing a ban on Windows or the Xbox 360 until the court believes it has made a sincere effort to license...
Microsoft wins short block on Motorola banning Windows, Xbox

Pandora buys FM radio station in a wily move to fight music companies

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You might think that the biggest threat to Pandora right now is the just-announced iRadio, but Apple's upcoming music service isn't nearly as dangerous to Pandora's bottom line as music companies are. Pandora has been caught in a long and protracted battle to ensure that it can continue to...
Pandora buys FM radio station in a wily move to fight music companies

Nintendo Posts A Profit, But Future Sales Are Shaky

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News that would make Mario twirl his mustache in delight, then worry about tomorrow's mushroom harvest. Nintendo's been on shaky ground, but it's just revealed some more positive news in its financial report: It's back in profit, a year after its first ever financial loss. Profits for the nine...
Nintendo Posts A Profit, But Future Sales Are Shaky
90 Seconds on The Verge: Aaron Swartz, CNET, and 'Danger Zone'
PeopleBrowsr Claims "Twitter Changed Position On Eve of Discovery Battle" Over Federal Jurisdiction Request

NASA simulates fly through of ginormous crack in Antarctic glacier, takes you for virtual ride

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Swooping through the trenches of the Death Star likely ranks high on every geek's bucket list, but thanks to the global financial crisis, we likely won't be seeing Dubai's Death Star any time soon. Fortunately, the folks at NASA have rigged up a passable alternative -- flying through a...
NASA simulates fly through of ginormous crack in Antarctic glacier, takes you for virtual ride
Apple site stops calling iOS 6 Maps "most powerful mapping service ever"
Larry Page, Sergey Brin defend stock split in annual Founders' Letter, say no 'big acquisition planned'

Google+ Is Going After Yammer To Flank Facebook

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Editor’s note: Rob May is the CEO and co-founder of Backupify, the leading provider of backup and recovery solutions for Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) applications. Google recently announced that it will begin offering corporate control features for its Google+ social network to businesses for free — at least for a while. If...
Google+ Is Going After Yammer To Flank Facebook
Fast Chat: Biden’s Gay Marriage Maneuver, Twitter as International News Source
Apple targets Android Jelly Bean in latest Samsung suit

Sony announces super-thin 10.1″ Xperia Tablet Z, coming to Japan this spring

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Sony on Monday announced its new flagship tablet, the 10.1-inch Xperia Tablet Z, which features an impressive thickness of 6.9mm and is set to arrive in Japan this spring. The Xperia Tablet Z is powered by a quad-core 1.5GHz processor and Android 4.1, and it comes with an 8.1mp camera. It features...
Sony announces super-thin 10.1″ Xperia Tablet Z, coming to Japan this spring
This Week In Bots: Will Your Kids Give Robots Civil Liberties?
Gift Guide: Dyson DC44 Animal Wireless Vacuum Cleaner

OnLive Was OnDead Last Summer: $18 Million In Debt, Sold For $4.8 Million

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Another step in the OnLive saga comes to us from the Mercury News where reporter Troy Wolverton writes that investor Gary Lauder paid $4.8 million for the company assets and that OnLive was $18 million in debt after raising $40 million from AT&T and others. The news appeared in a...
OnLive Was OnDead Last Summer: $18 Million In Debt, Sold For $4.8 Million

ParkMe's Android app officially launched, does everything but the maneuver

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Finding a spot to stash your whip, especially in unfamiliar territory, can be a chore, so you might want to employ ParkMe to do the finding for you. The service -- which has been available on iOS and via the web for a while -- has now officially debuted...
ParkMe's Android app officially launched, does everything but the maneuver

Anonymous said to target Facebook on Guy Fawkes Day

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Hactivist group Anonymous is rumored to be planning an attack on social networking giant Facebook tomorrow, marking Guy Fawkes Day by taking down the site unless Zynga backpedals on what Anonymous contends is a plan to cut 1,000 jobs. Tomorrow's action would also include the release of Zynga's games for...
Anonymous said to target Facebook on Guy Fawkes Day
Nokia: We've Stooped In Smartphones To Conquer In Windows Phone 8 -- "We Will Innovate, Out-Maneuver, Outsell Everyone"
Facebook goes back to college, releases Groups for Schools

Mysterious death of Yuri Gagarin, the first person in space, possibly solved after 45 years

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The mysteries surrounding the death of Yuri Gagarin — the first human to ever travel into outer space — may finally have been solved thanks to fellow Russian cosmonaut Alexey Leonov. Gagarin's death in 1968 was the result of a plane crash, but just how he came to crash...
Mysterious death of Yuri Gagarin, the first person in space, possibly solved after 45 years

Google Fiber Coming To Austin

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Google Fiber Coming To Austin: Stacey Higginbotham for GigaOm:  And that's one of the biggest repercussions of Google's fiber roll outs. The more people who can pay $70 for gigabit service (or get 5 Mbps for free), the more pressure this puts on the existing providers to upgrade their networks and...
Google Fiber Coming To Austin
Samsung proves its desperation, sends rejected evidence from Apple case to the media

H-P Stock Seeks Life After Debt

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Michael Dell thinks a little financial engineering can do wonders for his stock. A similar, though far less complicated, maneuver might also boost Meg Whitman's....
H-P Stock Seeks Life After Debt

Watch NASA's live coverage of Mars rover landing

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The big Curiosity rover, on a $2.5 billion science mission, arrives on the Red Planet Sunday evening with a most audacious maneuver. [Read more]...
Watch NASA's live coverage of Mars rover landing

A bird in the hand thanks to a robot that can perch

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Land-bound robots? Been there, done that. Researchers at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign are taking things up a notch with a bird-style bot capable of autonomous flight. By replicating the features that enable birds to make a soft landing -- including the flapping wings that help them change...
A bird in the hand thanks to a robot that can perch
Cloud: VMware Joins OpenStack, Embraces Its 'Ugly Sister'
Mars rover Curiosity's history in pictures, and how to watch the landing live

Does hacktivism mean the end of ideology?

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When WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange appeared on the first episode of his new talk show "The World Tomorrow", the moment was almost too meta for words: a man under house arrest in Britain was interviewing a Hezbollah leader — considered a terrorist in the United States and Europe —...
Does hacktivism mean the end of ideology?

Apple Sues Motorola in Latest Legal Spat

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Apple filed a lawsuit against Motorola Mobility on Friday, saying Apple’s iPhone 4S is protected under a license agreement from Qualcomm. The lawsuit, which was filed Friday in the U.S. District Court, Southern District of California, is the latest maneuver in a series of legal battles between smartphone makers that...
Apple Sues Motorola in Latest Legal Spat

Sky Twitter account, Google Play app listings attacked by hackers

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British broadcaster Sky is the latest victim of hacking by the Syrian Electronic Army. Just as in previous attacks, one of its Twitter accounts was taken over by the hackers, but in an unusual maneuver, SEA also managed to gain access to the corporation's Android app listings, replacing the app...
Sky Twitter account, Google Play app listings attacked by hackers
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