Samsung and Apple, the two most popular smart phone manufacturers in the world, have been butting heads over a series of patents. The latest victory, courtesy of a Dutch court, goes to Apple.
President Obama and the White House hope to rally support on social networking sites such as Facebook and Twitter.
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Google was reported to be acquiring Wi-fi provider ICOA. But both ICOA and Google have loudly denied that there were ever any talks at all.
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