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The jury foreman says testimony from Samsung executives made it "absolutely" clear the patent infringement was done on purpose.
Many customers will have paid a hefty premium for the pocket knives on the basis that each came with a flip-out secure USB stick as a feature.
An attached file is loaded up with malware to take over the victim's computer should he or she open it.
Amazon has opened up a market for archival storage in the clouds, analysts say, one that others have tried but gave up on.
The Windows Phone interface offers a distinctly different appearance and operation compared to the first smartphones that followed the iPhone.
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Although Apple is not confirming anything, its competitors have scheduled events intended to steal some of the spotlight and drain the anticipation of the next-generation iPhone.
Feeling Stellar? Hungry? Or still just lucky? Google's homepage now conducts searches with a range of emotions for a variety of results.
Help ensure that your vacation is a memorable pleasure, instead of a never-to-be-forgotten nightmare, by doing the necessary research.
Pros may need more control over the process, which can be found in proDAD's more expensive offerings, but the average user should be more than pleased with the results of this software.
A wave of Ultrabooks—light, thin laptops that have more capabilities and fewer compromises than ever—is hitting the market. Here's a look at some of the current crop.
From ATM skimmers that steal your money to hackable insulin pumps, technology does have a dark side. And the various forms of sneaky tech can have frightening consequences.