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Apple-Samsung Jurors Say Video Testimony, E-Mails Were Persuasive

The jury foreman says testimony from Samsung executives made it "absolutely" clear the patent infringement was done on purpose.

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USB Swiss Army Drives Lose Security, Prompting Refund

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.

Phishing Attack Targets Users With Fake BlackBerry ID Email

An attached file is loaded up with malware to take over the victim's computer should he or she open it.

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Amazon's Glacier Storage Service Could Give Tape a Run for Its Money

Amazon has opened up a market for archival storage in the clouds, analysts say, one that others have tried but gave up on.

Apple's $1 Billion Win Over Samsung: Q&A

The first round is over, but the battle continues. A patent attorney explains what may be ahead in design, innovation, the market, and of course the appeals and the next confrontations.

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Apple-Samsung Verdict Doesn't Give Microsoft the Win

One trial ends, but the patent wars continue and the long-term effect on the smartphone market is yet to be revealed.

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In Wake of Samsung-Apple Ruling, Nokia Stands on Solid Ground

The Windows Phone interface offers a distinctly different appearance and operation compared to the first smartphones that followed the iPhone.

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Dell, HP Say Windows 8 Is Trashing PC Sales

To hear Dell and HP tell it, the slump in PC sales can be blamed in part on Windows 8, which won't do much to improve the situation until sometime next year.

TechHive: 3 Reasons Why QWERTY Phones Are Awesome

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In an age when people text more than talk, physical keyboards for phones are still pretty darn important.

Quick Verdict in Apple Trial Doesn't Mean Jury Shirked Its Duty, Expert Says

The jury in the Apple-Samsung trial appears to have reached a reasoned, if quick, decision, according to one legal expert

Federal Judges to Discourage Social Media Use by Jurors

Federal judges are getting new instructions on how to discourage juror use of social media via mobile or other computing devices during a trial.

Federal Jury Decides Largely in Apple's Favor, Samsung Hit With $1 Billion in Damages

The jury in the Apple/Samsung patent case decides that Samsung must pay Apple $1 billion for mobile tech patent infringements.

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Facebook Reveals Gehry Design for Ambitious New Campus

Facebook commissions world-renowned architect Frank Gehry to design its first custom-built campus.

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How Regulation Can Help Bank Technology Outages

The recent system outages in banking systems point to an underlying and growing issue within banks.

How Dell and HP Can Avoid Being Dragged Down by PCs

HP and Dell are falling behind in the PC market where others are thriving, but they can turn it around.