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The logo of Apple Inc is reflected on the back of a Samsung Galaxy Note smartphone in this photo illustration taken in Beijing June 5, 2013. Credit: Reuters/Barry Huang/Files San Jose, California: A U.S. jury on Friday ordered Samsung Electronics Co Ltd to pay $119.6 million to Apple Inc, far less than Apple had sought and marking a big loss for the iPhone maker in the latest round of their globe-spanning mobile patent litigation.
During the month-long trial in a San Jose, California, federal court, Apple accused Samsung of violating patents on smartphone features including universal search, while Samsung denied wrongdoing. On Friday, the jury found the
Image credit: Oneras via Flickr Google ads can be eerie. Wistfully search for sunny vacation spots during a grim, rainy day at the office, and it's not long until the airline ads arrive.
It goes farther than that, though. Google – through a myriad of data points that come from search, emails, Google Docs, etc. – maintains a detailed file on our habits, preferences, and major life events. (Don't believe me? Check out how hard it was for Janet Vertesi, an assistant professor at Princeton, to conceal her pregnancy from the internet).
Google is taking a step back from all this data collection, however.
The Wall Street Journal rep
Image credit: Facebook | Livestream Snapchat. Whisper. Secret. Facebook?
Not quite yet. Still, it became obvious today that the rising anonymous social media movement is too big for even Mark Zuckerberg to ignore anymore.
Today, in his keynote at the F8 Developer Conference in San Francisco, the Facebook founder and CEO pulled a total 360 -- he fully embraced anonymity on the web, something he’s publicly dismissed before as lacking integrity.
Yes, the leader of the world’s most popular and completely namedrop-driven social network announced that Facebook will soon let users anonymously log in to apps and websites. Yup, no names neede
Jerusalem, Israel: In a significant finding that could ease water woes, an Israeli company has come up with a new and an inexpensive technology that produces drinking water from thin air.
The discovery is seen as a vital step in alleviating the crisis, especially in developing countries such as India, where water scarcity is a major issue.
Water-Gen has developed an Atmospheric Water-Generation Units using its “GENius” heat exchanger to chill air and condense water vapour.
The company claims that by using the technology, a litre of water can be produced for a mere Rs 1.5, as compared to Rs 15 for a litre of bottled water.
Washington, United States of America: Microsoft was scrambling Sunday to repair a security hole in its widely used Internet Explorer web browser, saying it had detected attempts to exploit the flaw.
The US software giant said that the coding problem affected versions six through 11 of its flagship browser, noting it was aware of "limited, targeted attacks" taking advantage of the newly discovered flaw.
Microsoft says that an attacker who successfully exploits the vulnerability could gain the same user rights as the official user.
"The vulnerability may corrupt memory in a way that could allow an attacker to execute arbitrary code in
Seoul, South Korea: Samsung Electronics Co Ltd said the number of its flagship Galaxy S5 smartphones shipped with non-working cameras was "very limited" and that it has taken measures to ensure the issue does not recur in new shipments.
Reports of the problem surfaced last week and come less than a month after the phone's global launch, with Samsung banking on the S5 to outdo its predecessor and rebuild momentum for the brand in an increasingly competitive market.
The South Korean firm has warned profits are likely to have fallen in January-March from a year earlier, its second straight quarter of decline.
"We have discovered th
Sydney, Australia: What if you are told that you can print your smart phone on your t-shirt and walk around?
Welcome to the world of "spaser" technology that can make mobile phones so small, efficient, and flexible that these could be printed on clothing.
A team of researchers from Melbourne-based Monash University’s department of electrical and computer systems engineering (ECSE) has modelled the world’s first spaser (surface plasmon amplification by stimulated emission of radiation) to be made completely of carbon.
A spaser is effectively a nanoscale laser or nanolaser.
It emits a beam of light through the vi
New York, U.S.: Here comes a selfie straight from the space.
While replacing a dead primary computer outside the International Space Station (ISS) on Wednesday, two astronauts did not mind taking a selfie which is now giving the earth dwellers goosebumps.
After finishing their repair job, Rick Mastracchio and Steven Swanson took some time off to take some pictures.
Within hours, Mastracchio posted a picture to Twitter, telling followers "the space suit makes it very difficult to get a good selfie".
"My arms are too short for a selfie," Mastracchio posted who asked fellow Swanson to take his picture.
Washington, United States: Bomb squad cleared a suspicious package Wednesday at Los Angeles International Airport after the buzzing object turned out be an electric toothbrush.
Workers were loading baggage onto a flight at Gate 26 in Terminal 2 when they noticed an object vibrating, Los Angeles Times quoted airport spokesperson Mary Grady as saying.
Police responded to the reports about 11:25 a.m. No evacuations were ordered, but the area around the gate was cleared so officials could investigate.
LAPD bomb squad and Los Angeles Fire Department units responded to the scene and cleared the package at 12:06 p.m.
London,U.K. : Move over run-of-the-mill speakers. A Germany-based company has created a clever wireless speaker that has an accelerometer, light sensors and microphones that is going to change the way people look at sound.
Named Boom Boom, the bluetooth speaker comes with basic features like audio playback, conference call capabilities and the option to sync up two speakers.
“The new functionalities are like sleeping components that are waiting to be woken up,” Mathieu Lehanneur, the speaker's designer at the firm Binauric, was quoted as saying.
According to Markku Palipea, co-founder of Binauric, “we always fe
London,U.K. : The missing noble gas Xenon did not leave atmosphere and disappeared into space but may be resting at earth's core, a thrilling study reveals.
Xenon is a noble gas. Like other noble gases such as helium and neon, it is mostly chemically inert.
According to Chinese researchers, the mystery where did the gas vanish may finally be resolved: Xenon may chemically react with iron and nickel in earth's core where it is held.
Earth's core, which contains about one-third of the planet's mass, is made of iron and nickel.
According to Yanming Ma, a computational physicist at Jilin University in Changchun, China, e
New York,U.S. : April 22 (IANS) Go tell this to your kid who is throwing tantrums at learning maths. According to a new research, even monkeys have the ability to use numbers and symbols to add up.
The scientists from Harvard University taught three rhesus monkeys the values of 26 distinct symbols - the 10 Arabic numerals and 16 letters.
Each symbol was associated with zero to 25 drops of a reward of water, juice or orange soda.
Given the choice of two different symbols, the monkeys chose the symbol that represented the larger reward with up to 90 percent accuracy.
“The monkeys demonstrated the ability to not only dif
London,U.K.: What if moon emits enough light to make the night sky brighter so that you do not need to switch on power to illuminate roads and streets?
A Swedish cosmetics firm Foreo has a definite plan: to brighten the surface of the moon to achieve super night brightness!
The idea is to use materials already on the moon to lighten its surface.
“A brighter night sky would mean less need for streetlights, less electricity usage and fewer globe-warming carbon emissions,” a press release from the company said.
“We want to raise public awareness about the project and generate consciousness about the global en