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Amazon Kindle HD Will Allow Users To Opt-Out Of "Special Offers" For $15

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If you’ve been put off by the (arguably obtrusive) Special Offers on the Kindle Fire HD, Amazon has just announced that they will allow users to pay $15 to opt-out of the ads for the life of the device. An Amazon spokesperson wrote: We know from our Kindle reader line...
Amazon Kindle HD Will Allow Users To Opt-Out Of "Special Offers" For $15

T-Mobile handsets will remain network locked, can be freed when the device is yours

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At T-Mobile's UnCarrier event, there's been a lot of talk about how you, the customer, is no longer tied in. No contracts, no obligations, no restrictions, right? Turns out that new iPhone you've just paid $99 upfront for isn't so liberal, as the Magenta carrier has said that any...
T-Mobile handsets will remain network locked, can be freed when the device is yours

RIM's First Patent Payment to Nokia: $65 Million

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When Research In Motion settled its patent dispute with Nokia last week, the company agreed to make a “one-time payment and on-going payments” to its Finnish adversary. But the size of those payments wasn’t disclosed, and the terms of the deal kept confidential. Now, not a week later, the first...
RIM's First Patent Payment to Nokia: $65 Million

AT&T settles suit over improper DSL speed caps

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If you have subscribed to AT&T DSL service at any point from 1994 until today, you may be eligible for a cash payout from the company over allegations that it improperly rate-limited some DSL lines, making it impossible for subscribers to achieve maximum speeds. AT&T has agreed to settle...
AT&T settles suit over improper DSL speed caps
FCC plans $300 million reverse auction for rural mobile access, releases map of 3G dead zones

Dwolla Launches Guest Checkout Option For Merchants, Allows Shoppers To Pay With Dwolla Without Signing Up

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Online and mobile digital cash network Dwolla is breaking down one of the barriers to entry to using its service with today’s introduction of a new “guest checkout” feature for online merchants. The option will allow non-Dwolla users to pay with Dwolla on e-commerce websites, possibly even getting a discount on the...
Dwolla Launches Guest Checkout Option For Merchants, Allows Shoppers To Pay With Dwolla Without Signing Up
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RIM recognizes strength of Nokia's patent portfolio and signs up for a new license

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BlackBerry maker Research In Motion (RIM) has agreed to make a one-time payment as well as ongoing payments to Nokia for a license to the latter's patent portfolio. Since August I had reported on various Nokia v. RIM hearings at the Munich I Regional Court, most of which went pretty well...
RIM recognizes strength of Nokia's patent portfolio and signs up for a new license

Facebook HQ expansion plan approved; new limit of 6,600 workers, will pay Menlo Park up to $15m

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At a meeting last night, Menlo Park officials approved a deal that will let Facebook employ thousands more people at its headquarters in the Silicon Valley city. Today, the social networking company employs roughly 2,200 people in Menlo Park, but city officials have now unanimously granted it permission to employ...
Facebook HQ expansion plan approved; new limit of 6,600 workers, will pay Menlo Park up to $15m

RIM licenses Nokia technology to settle patent claim

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Nokia has signed a new patent license agreement with Research In Motion, which will end all existing patent litigation between the two companies. RIM will make a one-time payment and ongoing payments to Nokia, but the specific financial terms of the agreement are confidential, Nokia said in a statement...
RIM licenses Nokia technology to settle patent claim

Nokia wins, settles patent terms with RIM

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Nokia will receive a one-time payment from RIM, and then get ongoing licensing fees from the BlackBerry maker. [Read more]...
Nokia wins, settles patent terms with RIM
RIM pays off Nokia to end patent litigation
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Boot up: what RIM paid Nokia, the dwindling PC future, Steve Jobs on TV, and more

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Plus Pamela Jones of Groklaw interviewed, Windows 8 questions answered, iPad v transport, and moreA quick burst of 8 links for you to chew over, as picked by the Technology teamRESEARCH IN MOTION LTD (RIMM) - 6-K - >> SECOn December 21, 2012, Nokia and RIM announced that they have...
Boot up: what RIM paid Nokia, the dwindling PC future, Steve Jobs on TV, and more

Office 2013 subscription pricing: Who is getting a deal, who is getting screwed?

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The genial Mary Jo Foley published the key pricing statistics of Office 2013 today, laying bare the revenue mechanisms that Microsoft intends to employ to wean its customers, big and small, off of software purchases, and acclimate them to paying for their productivity software on a recurring basis. What you once purchased,...
Office 2013 subscription pricing: Who is getting a deal, who is getting screwed?

Nokia and RIM end patent feud, BlackBerry maker to make one-time payment and pay ongoing licensing fees

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Following its recent loss against Nokia at a recent arbitration tribunal, Canadian smartphone giant RIM has decided to put an end to its outstanding patent fights against the Finnish mobile maker, agreeing a deal that will see it license Nokia’s patents and withdraw injunctions in the US, UK and Canada. As part...
Nokia and RIM end patent feud, BlackBerry maker to make one-time payment and pay ongoing licensing fees

Philips and Sony joint venture targets Apple with patent infringement suit over security inventions

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Intertrust, a joint venture between Philips and Sony, has filed a patent infringement suit against Apple, asserting 15 patents against the company’s range of devices and services, as first noted by The Wall Street Journal. Founded independently in 1990, Intertrust was acquired by Philips and Sony in 2003. The company...
Philips and Sony joint venture targets Apple with patent infringement suit over security inventions

Avoiding potential sales block, RIM settles patent dispute with Nokia

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Nokia announced Friday that it came to an agreement with Research In Motion to resolve all current patent litigation between the two companies. Detailed terms weren’t disclosed, but Nokia says RIM will pay a lump-sum as well as ongoing royalties due to the agreement. This development follows only a month after Nokia...
Avoiding potential sales block, RIM settles patent dispute with Nokia

Nokia, RIM settle all outstanding legal claims

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Struggling smartphone giants RIM and Nokia have reached a settlement ending all outstanding patent claims between the two companies. A statement issued by Nokia indicates that the settlement is heavily weighted in its favor. Nokia will receive a one-time payment from RIM while the Canadian company will also furnish Nokia...
Nokia, RIM settle all outstanding legal claims
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Kindle Fire Owners Can Opt Out of Ads For $15

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A day after confirming that all its new Kindle Fire tablets would feature unavoidable “Special Offer” advertisements on their lock screens, Amazon has reversed course and said there will be a way to avoid them after all. For a one-time payment of $15, Kindle owners can opt-out of the ads...
Kindle Fire Owners Can Opt Out of Ads For $15
RIM agrees to pay Nokia for patent licenses
Cash-strapped Nokia and RIM make good with patent licensing deal

Apple Dividend More Likely Than $100 Billion Toga Party

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Will Apple ever return some of its growing cash pile to investors? Can shareholders expect a dividend now that the company’s amassed nearly $100 billion in cash and marketable securities? Maybe. That was the gist of Apple CEO Tim Cook’s remarks on the issue Tuesday at the Goldman Sachs Technology...
Apple Dividend More Likely Than $100 Billion Toga Party
RIM's patent payoff to Nokia revealed in filing

Kindle Fire HD 8.9″ LTE coming to AT&T stores for $249 with two-year contract

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Amazon’s biggest Kindle is coming to AT&T stores later this week on April 5 and buyers can get $150 off the 4G 32GB LTE version (normally $399) with an optional two-year data plan contract. A $249 price tag is the lowest we’ve seen for the 8.9-inch Kindle Fire HD with...
Kindle Fire HD 8.9″ LTE coming to AT&T stores for $249 with two-year contract

Nokia to get payments in patent deal with BlackBerry maker RIM

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Research in Motion to make a one-off payment and pay ongoing fees, as Nokia continues to pursue HTC and ViewSonicThe struggling Finnish mobile phone maker Nokia has settled its patent dispute with BlackBerry maker Research in Motion (RIM) in return for payments, as it tries to exploit its technology patents...
Nokia to get payments in patent deal with BlackBerry maker RIM

As protests continue, Motorola Mobility China president meets with employees

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The president of Motorola Mobility China has traveled to Nanjing to meet with employees who continue to protest after being let go during a round of layoffs by its new parent company, Google. Protests in Beijing, the nation’s capital, have largely died down, however, as Motorola reports that 90 percent...
As protests continue, Motorola Mobility China president meets with employees

AT&T: Wi-Fi Is Not Enough -- Every Computing Device Should Come With 4G

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Glenn Lurie is in the fortunate position of being the executive at AT&T who gets to see all the new consumer devices before they have been released to the public. For the past seven years, he’s worked with Apple, and today the list includes many other device manufactures, like Amazon...
AT&T: Wi-Fi Is Not Enough -- Every Computing Device Should Come With 4G

Facebook allowed to triple size of its HQ, pays $10 million for the priviledge

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Swollen with cash following its IPO, Facebook is looking to expand its headquarters in Menlo Park. Its plan to triple its workforce there from 2,200 to 6,600 people was approved by local officials last night, removing the previous cap that allowed a maximum of 3,600 messy, resource-consuming humans. In...
Facebook allowed to triple size of its HQ, pays $10 million for the priviledge
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