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Apple to introduce iWatch in October

A new report by Japanese newspaper Nikkei suggests that Apple (AAPL)’s highly rumored iOS8-operated smartwatch will be released this October. Sources tell the paper the iWatch, which may come in two separate screen sizes, 1.3-inches and 1.5-1.7 inches, will likely sport a curved organic light-emitting diode touchscreen, instead of the boxy designs seen on Samsung… Read More »

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Sony back at top of video game console sales after eight years

Sony have topped worldwide sales of video game consoles for the first time in eight years, a newspaper reported Saturday, pipping struggling rival Nintendo and signalling the Playstation manufacturer’s comeback. Sony Computer Entertainment (SCE) sold 18.7 million PlayStation 4 (PS4) systems and other game consoles for the fiscal year to March, the Nikkei business daily… Read More »

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Twitter in talks to buy online music firm SoundCloud

According to Finacial Times, Twitter Inc is set to buy Berlin based SoundCloud, a social platform for creating and sharing original audio sounds with friends or to blogs and other social networks. http://technewsrprt.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/06/06.05.14_technewsrprt.com_twitter-soundcloud.jpg SoundCloud is a platform that enables people to upload, record, promote and share their music and other audio files. The company has… Read More »

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Yahoo Planning Youtube Rival

Yahoo is in advanced talks with video producers to launch its own online video channel this year, a product meant to rival Google’s YouTube, according to Ad Age, which cited unnamed sources briefed on the company’s plans. The new video site will focus on attracting content creators through a greater potential to earn money. Yahoo… Read More »

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Apple wants retrial in Samsung patent case

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Apple is requesting a retrial after a Californian jury ordered Samsung to pay the US company $119m (£71m) in damages for infringing two of its patents. Apple had been seeking damages of $2.2bn after accusing Samsung of copying five patents including the “slide to unlock function”. The US company also filed a permanent injunction to… Read More »

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Google and the ‘right to be forgotten’

After decades of covering an endless parade of self-promoting celebrities and ambitious wannabes, I was startled to hear that the European Union’s highest court has declared a “right to be forgotten.” That’s the reason the European Court of Justice in Luxembourg has given for ruling that Google must, in some cases, agree to delete photos,… Read More »

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Apple Sued Over Vanishing Texts After IPhones Swapped Out

A former iPhone user sued Apple Inc. (AAPL) claiming the company’s messaging system interfered with delivery of texts after she switched to an Android-based smartphone. Apple’s iMessage retains text messages sent from other users of Apple devices and won’t deliver them to her Samsung Electronics Co. (005930) phone running on Google Inc.’s Android operating system,… Read More »

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Apple and Google end their long-running patent war

Apple Inc and Google Inc’s Motorola Mobility unit have agreed to settle all patent litigation between them over smartphones, ending one of the highest-profile lawsuits in technology. http://technewsrprt.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/05/05.17.14_technewsrprt.com_apple-motorola.jpg In a joint statement on Friday, the companies said the settlement does not include a cross license to their respective patents. “Apple and Google have also agreed… Read More »

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