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Patent battles risk disrupting Xiaomi's international expansion

A patent dispute has forced Xiaomi to stop its smartphone sales in India

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Google said to shut down engineering office in Russia

The company will, however, continue other operations in the country

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Canada competition watchdog probing Apple over iPhone contracts

The Competition Bureau has sought a court order demanding documents from Apple related to deals with carriers, according to reports

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Facebook cold on 'dislike' button, but mulling other ideas

An international rollout of Graph Search is in the offing too, chief executive Mark Zuckerberg said at Facebook's second public town-hall meeting.

FCC: Sorry ISPs, 4 Mbits/s ain't broadband

The agency will require wired broadband providers to deliver 10Mbps to get federal funding.

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Google Fit bulks up its features with 100 new workout types and a step-tracking experiment

A new beta feature keeps counting steps even if your Android Wear watch disconnects from your phone.

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Net neutrality supporters disrupt FCC meeting

About a dozens protestors call on the agency to reclassify broadband as a regulated utility.

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Cisco sees a data analytics fortune at the edge of the network

The company is packaging analytics solutions for networks of connected devices

Reports of the Nexus 5's demise are a little premature

The Verge and TechRadar both sort of confirmed what we were thinking: Google will stop selling the Nexus 5 once all stock runs out. But it looks like that won't happen for several months.

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Microsoft to detail 'next chapter' of Windows 10 on January 21

Microsoft announces a Webcast to describe what it calls 'the next chapter' of Windows 10, this time emphasizing Windows 10's consumer appeal.