Ericsson has decided to sue Apple for patent infringement

Swedish giant specializing in design and manufacturing of telecommunications equipment sued the company from Cupertino, claiming that Apple continues to use its technology in the production of the iPhone and other branded wireless devices despite the refusal to renew the license agreement. Head of Intellectual Property Ericsson Kasim Alfalahi commented …

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Blogging And Staying On Top Of Things

Communication has been permanently changed by the options now available online. Most people create a blog in order to give their opinion on a certain subject. If this interests you at all, then continue reading to learn how starting a blog can benefit your life. Making frequent and interesting comments …

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The 5 coolest things that Microsoft announced on Wednesday

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Microsoft had a huge media event on Wednesday and made several exciting announcements that really showed how much the company has changed under new CEO Satya Nadella. Below we’ve listed the five most important things that Microsoft announced on Wednesday, starting with an announcement that just about every current Windows …

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Google and Microsoft

After Google announced a serious vulnerability of Windows a significant bug found in older versions of Android. This vulnerability exposes the threat of hacking 60% of users of mobile operating system from Google. Conflicts between IT-giants have become habitual phenomenon, with the defeated party in the confrontation technology corporations often …

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There is no need to study English

Smartphones know how to do an instantaneous reading and translation Known online translator Google Translate can now instantly translate text from a sheet when you point a Smartphone camera on the translation. In addition to Google above similar online translators and OCR systems are successfully operating and other companies, including …

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Australian government blames Snowden for data retention

The Australian Attorney-Generals Department has pushed back at industry and privacy advocate concerns over mandatory data-retention legislation, stating that the leaks on the US National Security Agencys (NSA) surveillance operations by whistleblower Edward Snowden have hastened the need for the regime. Under legislation currently before the parliament, Australian telecommunications companies …

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WhatsApp for your desktop, but only on Chrome

WhatsApp has released a web client version of its popular social platform for the desktop, but there are a number of limitations that will prevent plenty of users from getting it through their browser of choice. Currently, users can only get to the instant messaging services web version if they …

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