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  • The Bite Six groups empowering women in agriculture

    Although women make up at least 43 percent of the agricultural labor force worldwide, they typically lack access to education, extension services, land, and credit. Here's a look at six groups looking to give women more power in this industry.

  • Saving Money 6 things not to buy before Christmas

    With all the holiday ads and sales, it may seem like the time to shop is now or never. If you're not on a deadline, however, wait until after Christmas, DealNews explains. Many stores have bigger sales post-holidays to get rid of their inventory. Here are the items you should hold off buying: 

  • Will you remember me?: The greatest one-hit wonders of the 2000s

    Check out our picks for the best songs from the 2000s whose artists made the charts with these hits, but never released another successful song.

  • Top 5 greatest Super Bowl ads

    In addition to football, Super Bowl XLVII will bring a new crop of ads to rate, discuss, and chuckle over Monday morning. But while several Super Bowl ads hold our attention for hours or days, very few stand the test of time. Here are five that do, from special frogs to an iconic ad from a master director. Can you guess which ad took the (highly subjective) top spot? Did we miss your all-time favorite?

  • Judge rejects Apple's plea for Samsung smartphone ban

    Samsung infringement of some Apple iPhone features doesn't merit sales ban, rules federal Judge Lucy Koh. Apple's $1 billion court victory against Samsung was for the latter copying 'a few narrow protected functions.'   

  • Horizons iPhone 5 targeted in Samsung's new legal attack on Apple

    iPhone 5 violates Samsung patents, alleges the Korean company. Samsung hopes to block sale of the iPhone 5 in the US.

  • Apple vs. Samsung: New legal round brewing

    Apple is looking for Samsung to pay an extra $707 million on top of the $1 billion it owes after jury verdict. Samsung wants a new trial against Apple. 

  • Apple wins, provides list of Samsung products it wants banned from sale

    US District Judge Lucy Koh asked for the list after a jury in San Jose last week slammed Samsung with a $1.05 billion verdict, finding that the South Korean technology giant had 'willfully' copied Apple's iPhone and iPad in creating and marketing the products.

  • Apple's $1 billion verdict against Samsung: What's next for consumers?

    Battle between two tech giants is not over: Apple plans to call for Seoul-based Samsung to take its most popular cellphones and computer tablets off the market and is asking the judge to triple damages to $3 billion. Samsung vows to fight on to overturn the verdict.

  • Does Apple patent victory mean fewer smartphone choices?

    Apple's $1 billion jury award may keep others from making Android smartphones, fearing an Apple lawsuit. Samsung vows to fight the verdict.

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