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Boot up: toxic smartphones, UK's fibre miss, foil helmets tested and more

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Plus did Apple really kickstart the USB market?, NZ music 'pirates' ready for court, patents as swords and moreA quick burst of 10 links for you to chew over, as picked by the Technology teamChemical analysis reveals that new phones have fewer toxics >> iFixitHigh technology feels so clean--no coal...
Boot up: toxic smartphones, UK's fibre miss, foil helmets tested and more

What Are Algorithms Up to Today? Fighting Off Fruit Flies

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Best without bugs. (Photo: flickr.com/violetmonde) Algorithms: They’re not just for Amazon recommendations and online dating anymore. The latest application, as per the New Scientist: Battling oriental fruit flies, a species that inspires the cold sweats in anyone who makes his livelihood on a fruit orchard. These pests are a far more...
What Are Algorithms Up to Today? Fighting Off Fruit Flies

Apple requests U.S. preliminary injunction against the Samsung Galaxy Nexus based on four high-power patents

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Apple has brought a motion in the United States for a preliminary injunction against the Galaxy Nexus, the official Android 4.0 ("Ice Cream Sandwich") lead device developed by Samsung in close cooperation with Google. A public redacted version of the filing, which was made on Thursday with the United States...
Apple requests U.S. preliminary injunction against the Samsung Galaxy Nexus based on four high-power patents

Troubled Sharp opens $350 million voluntary redundancy initiative

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These are tough times at Sharp and the company is out to retain every yen that it can. Now the financially troubled Japanese firm has revealed it has set aside close to $350 million (27 billion yen) to offer its staff voluntary redundancy packages. Earlier this month the company announced...
Troubled Sharp opens $350 million voluntary redundancy initiative
Google Cools Taiwan Data Center With ‘Thermal Batteries’
Taiwan asks Apple to blur images of its missile defense system in iOS 6′s Maps app

Taiwanese government unhappy with Apple Maps, asks it to blur images of $1.4B missile defense system

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As Apple continues to overhaul and improve the quality of its much-criticised Maps application, the Taiwanese government identified that its new $1.4 billion early warning radar station is clearly visible inside the app and asked its maker to obscure it. Taiwan News reports that Defense Ministry spokesperson David Lo asked...
Taiwanese government unhappy with Apple Maps, asks it to blur images of $1.4B missile defense system

Sharp president reportedly heads to Taiwan to close key deal with Hon Hai

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Sharp is on the rocks right now, there’s little doubt in that, and its biggest hope for a revival lies in the hands on Hon Hai — the parent company of Apple partner Foxconn — and it looks like this week is d-time for a mooted deal between the companies....
Sharp president reportedly heads to Taiwan to close key deal with Hon Hai
Apple Maps: apparently good enough to cause security concerns for Taiwan military

Apple asks for US Preliminary Injunction on Samsung Galaxy Nexus

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The war between Samsung and Apple continues, as Apple requests a US Preliminary Injunction on Samsung’s Galaxy Nexus. The request was filed for in a US District Court for the Northern District of California on Thursday, and the documents were released Friday. FOSS Patents has found that Apple is basing...
Apple asks for US Preliminary Injunction on Samsung Galaxy Nexus

Pro tennis player David Ferrer accidentally tweets praise for Samsung Galaxy S4 from an iPhone

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Oops. We’ve got another celebrity promotion gaffe on our hands after tennis player David Ferrer sent out a tweet praising Samsung’s new Galaxy S4 smartphone from an iPhone, as noted by AppleInsider. The tweet noted that he was happy with the S4 and was using the new S Health feature...
Pro tennis player David Ferrer accidentally tweets praise for Samsung Galaxy S4 from an iPhone

Copyright Amendment Will Bring Web Filter System to Taiwan

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The Taiwan Intellectual Property Office (IPO) [zh] has recently proposed [zh] to amend the Copyright Act and provide legal justification of IP and DNS blocking at the Internet Service Providers (ISPs) level through a black list system. The government claims that the amendment is to stop the illegal sharing of...
Copyright Amendment Will Bring Web Filter System to Taiwan

Apple told its maps are too good - at least in Taiwan

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Satellite pictures upset Taiwanese defence ministry - while North Korea shows in much greater detail than Google's mapsApple has a fresh problem with its new Maps app on the iPhone. But this time, rather than complaints that it's incorrect - labelling an Irish farm as an airfield, say - it's...
Apple told its maps are too good - at least in Taiwan
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