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Trial with Samsung reveals Apple's 7-inch iPad vision, 'Purple Project'

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Apple considered developing a car or a camera after seeing the iPod's success, and in early 2011 one of its top executives recommended making a 7-inch iPad, Friday's testimony and documents revealed in the company's patent suit against Samsung....
Trial with Samsung reveals Apple's 7-inch iPad vision, 'Purple Project'
Steve Jobs was 'very receptive' to a 7-inch iPad

Google Employee Testifies His Java Email Was Misinterpreted

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The Google employee who wrote an email that Oracle said bolsters their infringement case against the Internet giant testified Thursday that the internal memo was misinterpreted. During brief but tense testimony during the companies’ trial in San Francisco, Google engineer Tim Lindholm said he didn’t mean in his internal email...
Google Employee Testifies His Java Email Was Misinterpreted
Day two of testimony in the Apple v. Samsung trial

Oracle asks judge to throw out Google’s strongest evidence in Android trial

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Oracle has asked Judge William Alsup to throw out the entire testimony of Jonathan Schwartz (pictured) in its ongoing (and drama-filled) trial with Google over Android. Schwartz was Sun’s CEO. Sun owned the Java programming language, which is used heavily in Android. Oracle bought Sun, acquiring Java in the...
Oracle asks judge to throw out Google’s strongest evidence in Android trial

Oracle technical expert struggles in Android trial, Andy Rubin begins testimony

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The second week of Oracle vs. Google kicked off this morning, with Andy Rubin making a brief appearance at the end of the day — but not before one of Google's attorneys grilled an Oracle technical expert, raising questions as to how thorough his investigation into the similarities between...
Oracle technical expert struggles in Android trial, Andy Rubin begins testimony
Googling for a lawyer while under arrest is a right, rules Canadian judge
When NASA loses laptops and phones, the data on them is usually unencrypted
Facebook's Sheryl Sandberg will testify in Silicon Valley 'no-hire' agreement lawsuit
Apple and Microsoft called to testify before Australian Parliament in pricing investigation

Today in Tech: How the Xbox blew it in Japan

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Also: Why Instagram CEO Kevin Systrom's testimony doesn't add up; former Yahoo CEO Scott Thompson on his startup.  Why Xbox failed in Japan [EUROGAMER] Doing business in Japan is not the same as doing business in the US, and the Xbox team learnt the hard way. In the US businessmen...
Today in Tech: How the Xbox blew it in Japan
A defense of Bradley Manning from the Pentagon Papers whistleblower

Apple Tries to Torpedo Samsung's "Sony Style" iPhone Charge

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Samsung’s argument that Apple cribbed portions of its original iPhone design from Sony is an interesting one, but the company may not get a chance to see how it plays in court. Unsurprisingly, Apple has taken exception to it and asked that it be excluded from the pair’s upcoming patent...
Apple Tries to Torpedo Samsung's "Sony Style" iPhone Charge

Here's How Apple Asked Samsung For $250 Million A Year (AAPL)

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Apple is suing Samsung in federal court for patent infringement, alleging that Samsung's smartphones and tablets too closely imitated its iPhone and iPad. It didn't have to come to this. The companies are big partners, with Apple paying Samsung billions of dollars a year for electronic parts. As AllThingsD's Ina...
Here's How Apple Asked Samsung For $250 Million A Year (AAPL)

The Circuit: Pandora talks radio royalties, LinkedIn hit with security breach, Nasdaq plans to compensate firms over Facebook

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Pandora talks radio royalties:Pandora’s founder was on the Hill today arguing to the House subpanel on communications and technology that the whole radio royalties system is outdated. In his testimony, Pandora’s Tim Westergren said that Congress must establish fair royalties for all music providers — including those on the...
The Circuit: Pandora talks radio royalties, LinkedIn hit with security breach, Nasdaq plans to compensate firms over Facebook

Apple abandoned iPhone with curved glass, iPhone mini over cost and comfort concerns

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Apple's ongoing patent war with rival Samsung continues to yield troves of information on one of the world's most secretive companies, with testimony from a former design lead revealing that costs prevented Apple from launching its first iPhone design with contoured screens while concerns over consumer comfort put the dagger...
Apple abandoned iPhone with curved glass, iPhone mini over cost and comfort concerns

Apple Wins Patents for an Inter-Mesh Communication System for Vehicles & iPhone Interactive Gaming

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Earlier this month, Apple's Phil Schiller took the stand in Apple's ongoing case with Samsung. During his testimony, he revealed that before exploring a smartphone, Apple actually considered inventing a car. While that seemed like an off-the-wall piece of testimony at the time, a newly granted patent revealed today by...
Apple Wins Patents for an Inter-Mesh Communication System for Vehicles & iPhone Interactive Gaming

The origin of the iPad: This early Apple prototype may be almost a decade old [Photos]

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In documents released as part of the deposition of Apple designer (Sir) Jony Ive by Samsung, images of an early Apple tablet prototype were shared, suggesting that the company could have been toying with the idea of releasing an iPad-type device as far back as 2002. NetworkWorld unearthed the document (from Ive’s...
The origin of the iPad: This early Apple prototype may be almost a decade old [Photos]
Oracle tells jury "you can't just step on somebody's intellectual property"

The Circuit: Verizon hearing, new iPad, employers ask for social network info.

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Verizon hearing: The Senate subcommittee on antitrust will hear testimony fromVerizon and Comcast on Wednesday in a hearing evaluating the antitrust implications of deals for spectrum and cross-licensing the companies struck along with others in December. Read full article >>...
The Circuit: Verizon hearing, new iPad, employers ask for social network info.

Lance Armstrong's Key Teammate George Hincapie Admits To Doping

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Over the last several years, many members of Lance Armstrong's cycling teams have come forward and admitted that they doped. One of the riders who had not, yet, come clean was George Hincapie, a rider many people say was particularly close to Armstrong. Today, hours before a full report of...
Lance Armstrong's Key Teammate George Hincapie Admits To Doping

Google former CEO: We knew Sun wanted money for Android

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Emails from Android’s earliest days showed Google and Sun at a breaking point in their negotiations over Android and Google’s use of the Java programming language. Eric Schmidt, formerly Google’s CEO, gave testimony today in his company’s ongoing lawsuit with Oracle over Android. Android uses parts of the Java...
Google former CEO: We knew Sun wanted money for Android

Easily Create Awesome Charts & Graphs With Tableau Public

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Data visualization and analysis is extremely important in today’s information driven world. Such feats have given insights into various aspects of human life and, if utilized properly, can help to make the world a better place. Hans Rosling’s TED talk is a testimony to this fact. There are plenty of...
Easily Create Awesome Charts & Graphs With Tableau Public
Senate probe accuses Apple of avoiding billions of dollars in taxes with offshore havens

Judge angered by continued Apple, Samsung courtroom "theatrics"

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Apple v. Samsung presiding Judge Lucy Koh on Tuesday seemed to have had enough of the parties' legal maneuvering, the latest being an Apple and Intel bid to block testimony from a Samsung witness just hours before he was slated to take the stand....
Judge angered by continued Apple, Samsung courtroom "theatrics"

Day One of Apple Vs. Samsung Starts with Another Debate on Apple's "Sony Style"

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The trial of Apple vs. Samsung kicked off with another debate on whether Samsung should be allowed to present evidence on whether Sony influenced the design of the original iPhone. The judge on Sunday said that Samsung would not be able to present the “Sony Style” issue as part of...
Day One of Apple Vs. Samsung Starts with Another Debate on Apple's "Sony Style"
Apple publishes recommendations on tax reform ahead of Senate hearing on offshore tax practice

Apple's Cook may testify in ongoing DoJ e-book lawsuit

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Apple CEO Tim Cook may give testimony in the U.S. Justice Department's suit against the Cupertino company, which alleges that collusion with major publishing houses led to the false inflation of e-book prices in the iBookstore....
Apple's Cook may testify in ongoing DoJ e-book lawsuit
Samsung only made $519 million on alleged iPhone clones, not $2.4 billion as Apple suggests

Designer: iPhone, Galaxy phones are 'substantially the same'

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Peter Bressler, former president of the Industrial Designers Society of America and himself the head of an established industrial design group, was called to the stand by Apple today as an expert witness in the Apple vs. Samsung trial to testify about three specific Apple patents. In his testimony, Bressler...
Designer: iPhone, Galaxy phones are 'substantially the same'
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