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Apple shares break $600 for the first time

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For a moment this morning, each share of Apple stock was worth as much as a new 32GB third-generation iPad. Apple shares broke the $600 mark for the first time ever Thursday morning, hitting $600.01 before falling back a bit in morning trading. The milestone price leap was propelled...
Apple shares break $600 for the first time

Rep. Grayson: Let Me Tell The NSA: There Is No Threat To Our Nation When I Call My Mother

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So far, we've seen lots of Congressional Representatives falling over each other to attack Ed Snowden and Glenn Greenwald over the NSA surveillance efforts. A few have raised concerns, but if you want to see an elected official say what's on many of our minds, listen to Rep. Alan Grayson's...
Rep. Grayson: Let Me Tell The NSA: There Is No Threat To Our Nation When I Call My Mother

Breaking: Appeals Court Sends Viacom-YouTube Case Back To District Court, Future Of Safe Harbors Still Uncertain

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The original ruling in the Viacom vs. YouTube case was a complete and total victory for YouTube. The court effectively dumped the case at the summary judgment stage, correctly recognizing that YouTube qualified for the DMCA's safe harbors, and that Viacom was trying to change the clear definitions in those...
Breaking: Appeals Court Sends Viacom-YouTube Case Back To District Court, Future Of Safe Harbors Still Uncertain

SAP's cloud moves show businesses won't tolerate 18-month deployments anymore

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Sept. 9 - 10, 2013San Francisco, CAEarly Bird Tickets on Sale Enterprise software giant SAP has been throwing its hands in the air for years exclaiming that it is indeed a cloud company. But yesterday, it took a big step that shows where the company and its customers are at...
SAP's cloud moves show businesses won't tolerate 18-month deployments anymore

Ericsson allowed to pursue hard-to-prove claim of inequitable conduct against Samsung at ITC trial

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The week before Christmas Samsung brought an ITC complaint against Ericsson as the first part of its retaliation for Ericsson's previous patent assertions. There has since been some further escalation in this dispute.In its February 2013 response to Samsung's ITC complaint, Ericsson asserted (as usual) multiple affirmative defenses, one of...
Ericsson allowed to pursue hard-to-prove claim of inequitable conduct against Samsung at ITC trial

China Is Investing $810M In Beidou, A Navigation System It Hopes Will Eventually Rival GPS

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China is investing $810 million into the development of Beidou (BDS), the navigation satellite system that it is positioning as a rival to the U.S.-developed GPS. According to China Daily, the money will be used to build an industrial park that will house 30 to 50 companies focused on developing...
China Is Investing $810M In Beidou, A Navigation System It Hopes Will Eventually Rival GPS

Judge Says Giving Up Your Password May Be A 5th Amendment Violation

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Courts have gone back and forth over the years concerning whether or not being forced to give up your password to reveal encrypted data is a violation of the Fifth Amendment. Now there's been yet another decision saying that someone cannot be forced to give up their password, because it...
Judge Says Giving Up Your Password May Be A 5th Amendment Violation
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