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California court denies Apple injunction against Samsung products

08/27, 4:03pm

Motion involved infamous 'slide to unlock' patent, others

The US District Court for the Northern District of California has again denied Apple a permanent injunction against Samsung products accused of violating three of its patents. Although the court and a jury found that Samsung did indeed infringe Apple IP -- including the famous "slide to unlock" patent -- the judge in the case, Lucy Koh, explains that Apple couldn't show that an injunction was warranted. The ruling is related to one of the post-trial motions stemming from the second Apple-Samsung patent trial. Koh also denied any injunctions on products found guilty of infringing from the first trial as well.

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Briefly: iAd changes, TrueTone camera flash redesign for iPhone?

08/26, 11:00pm

Apple makes changes to iAd, opens platform to Russia, Switzerland

Apple continues to tweak its iAd mobile advertising platform, now offering new formats, including full-screen interstitial ads (as often seen on iTunes Radio in iTunes) as well as Facebook-style "pre-roll" videos where video clips begin playing silently until clicked on by users, which opens the full video with sound. A new implementation guide has also been issued with the updated offerings. Additionally, the company says that the iAd network is now available in Russia and Switzerland beginning today. Ad creators can choose to update their ads to target either or both countries using iAd workbench, notes 9to5Mac.

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Google acquires visual effects cloud rendering company Zync Render

08/26, 6:07pm

Company to join Google Cloud Platform team, visual effects rendering services to continue

Google's cloud offerings are growing to include services aimed at the movie industry today, thanks to the addition of a rendering technology that utilizes the elasticity of cloud computing. The search giant posted on the Google Cloud Platform Blog announcing that it acquired Zync Render, a company that specializes in flexible tools that use the cloud to store and render visual effects for films.

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LA Unified School District halts further use of iPads

08/26, 10:47am

Superintendent, deputy had close links to Apple, Pearson

The superintendent of Los Angeles' Unified School District, John Deasy, has formally suspended future implementation of an iPad contract with Apple. "Moving forward, we will no longer utilize our current contract with Apple," he writes in a memo issued to the Board of Education. "Not only will this decision enable us to take advantage of an ever-changing marketplace and technology advances, it will also give us time to take into account concerns raised surrounding the [project]."

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China antitrust investigation focused on Internet Explorer, Windows

08/26, 10:18am

Head of China SAIC declares target, investigation expected to expand

Mirroring similar complaints in the EU and United States from a decade ago, the current antitrust investigation in China has been confirmed to be over the bundling of Internet Explorer and Microsoft's Windows operating system. The investigation, and target of China's antitrust State Administration for Industry and Commerce, was confirmed at a press briefing by the head of the agency Zhang Mao earlier today.

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HP and Autonomy settlement torpedoed by judge, further hearings set

08/26, 8:59am

Attorney fees guaranteed to be nixed, rest of deal at risk of scuttling by Judge

US District Judge Charles Breyer has rejected the proposed HP deal to end shareholder litigation against it, at least in part. In yesterday's hearing to move the settlement forward, the judge did concede that "something went terribly wrong" with the HP and Autonomy deal from 2011 and subsequent $8.8 billion write-down of the firm in 2012, but rejected millions of dollars in attorney fees to be paid by HP, by saying "that's out. I'm not going to approve the fee arrangement, period"

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RBC: Manufacturing cost rise for Apple heralds several new products

08/25, 8:38pm

Costs are up 18.5 percent year-over-year, signaling additional products

An analyst with RBC Capital Markets has told investors that a strong increase in Apple's manufacturing costs means that the company is gearing up for more than just refreshes of existing products. Amit Daryanani has noted that Apple's component and manufacturing costs are up 18.5 percent despite generally-falling component prices, suggesting both Apple's raised expectations about the success of the iPhone 6 (which may or may not comprised two new models) and the alleged "iWatch."

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California Governor Brown signs cell phone 'kill switch' into law

08/25, 7:20pm

Senate passed the bill earlier this month, office announces bill signed today

The office of California Governor Jerry Brown announced that bill SB 962 was signed today, making cell phone "kill switches" mandatory in the state. While the bill won't go into effect immediately, manufacturers must have the kill switches in place for all smartphones made after July 1, 2015. It was widely believed that Governor Brown would sign the bill after it was sent to his office after passing through the Senate on August 12.

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Amazon procures streaming site Twitch for $970 million [u]

08/25, 5:45pm

Sources state that the deal is worth $1 billion, same as reported Google acquisition

Updated with confirmation of deal between twitch and Amazon Originally reported by The Information, Twitch has been purchased by Amazon. While Google was thought to be the forerunner that would pick up the company for $1 billion based on earlier reports, Amazon has completed the deal, worth $970 million in cash.

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Filing shows new information on T1 tablet in the works from HTC

08/25, 3:51pm

Device named Flounder according to Wi-Fi Alliance certification, comes in three models

More information has come to the surface regarding HTC's rumored T1 tablet. On top of South Korean regulators passing a device with the 0P82100 model number, the Wi-Fi Alliance has also approved a device under the same identifier. The Wi-Fi Alliance shows that the tablet is named Flounder according to the firmware version on the device.

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State of Oregon files lawsuit against Oracle over Cover Oregon portal

08/25, 1:49pm

Promised lawsuit outlines complaints, promises made by Oracle over failed system

More than two months after Oregon Governor John Kitzhaber promised legal action against the company contracted to build the state's healthcare marketplace, the State of Oregon has sued Oracle. The Oregon Department of Justice filed a complaint last week with the Circuit Court for the State of Oregon, containing 14 claims for relief, including breach of contract, fraud and offenses under the Oregon Civil Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act.

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TSMC to ramp up 16nm production early next year for Apple's A9 chip

08/25, 12:50pm

Firm already tied to A8 production

Even though the A8-based iPhone 6 has yet to ship, TSMC is already preparing to ramp up production on its 16nm lines to meet demand for the A9 processor, according to Chinese-language publication the Economic Daily News. The company is said to have been targeting 16nm volume production for the second quarter of 2015, but moved its schedule up to the first. Although A9 chips probably won't roll off assembly lines until later next year, TSMC will allegedly be ready to churn out 50,000 16nm wafers a month starting in Q1.

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Samsung allegedly coming back into Apple DRAM supply for iPhone 6

08/25, 11:35am

Company excluded since iPhone 5

Samsung has been brought back into the iPhone DRAM supply chain for the iPhone 6, says Cowen and Company analyst Timothy Arcuri. The company was shut out of DRAM for the iPhone 5 and 5s, presumably because of Apple's desire to distance itself from its main competitor and legal antagonist. For the iPhone 6, Samsung is reportedly being joined by Micron and Elpida.

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Gaming services including SOE, PlayStation Network hit by DDoS

08/24, 6:40pm

Several companies confirm attacks as service returns, hacking group claims responsibility

Some of the most popular gaming services are reportedly under attack as a series of distributed denial of service attacks (DDoS) has been underway since last week. Shacknews reports that Blizzard, Grinding Gear Games, PlayStation Network, Riot and Sony Online Entertainment have all been undergoing a series of attacks leading to connection instabilities and service failures. While the attack was initially thought to be limited to a few companies, it's been discovered that several additional gaming services and websites have been targeted as far back as August 18 by a hacking group.

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US cybersecurity chief claims lack of experience not important to job

08/23, 1:13pm

Presidential advisor believes education, overall government experience sufficient

In an interview with the Information Security Media Group publication, White House cybersecurity coordinator Michael Daniel admits to having no practical experience with the subject matter. Daniel claims that "being too down in the weeds at the technical level could actually be a little bit of a distraction" to his job of advising the president about ongoing and emergent information security issues.

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Judge rebuffs Samsung attempt to invalidate Apple patents

08/22, 6:33pm

Ruling could have affected outcome of second Apple-Samsung trial

US Federal District Court Judge Lucy Koh has denied Samsung's post-trial request to invalidate two Apple patents, both of which were used successfully to convict Samsung of copying the iPhone maker's technology yet again in the second federal Apple-Samsung trial, held earlier this year. Samsung had filed the motion in early July, based on a recent Supreme Court decision, Alice vs. CLS Banks, which stated that software ideas that were just abstract representations of real-world concepts (such as turning a doorknob) were not patentable.

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FCC requests merger details from Time Warner Cable, Comcast

08/22, 5:03pm

Charter swept up in FCC info dragnet, September 11 deadline for submissions

A request for information from the US Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has been submitted to Comcast and Time Warner Cable, demanding the pair detail its Internet and programming agreements before the merger is approved. Information sought are broadcast deals with sports leagues, Internet network management such as that with Netflix traffic, consumer data caps, and other information deemed vital which may impact relations with customers should the deal be approved.

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Google snaps up Gecko Design, adds firm to Google(x) projects

08/22, 4:15pm

Firm has worked with Dell, HP, Logitech on a wide variety of consumer electronics

Google has acquired design firm Gecko, in an effort to bolster its Google(x) product manufacture efforts. The firm has previously done industrial design work for OLPC, Logitech, Sling Media, Herman Miller, Hewlett-Packard, and contributed to the Fitbit design, pre-launch.

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Amazon wins Department of Defense cloud services contract

08/22, 10:35am

Amazon hopes contract will pave the way for cloud-based confidential data

Amazon Web Services has received the first ever U.S. Department of Defense level three through five provisional authorization for the AWS GovCloud (US) region under the Defense Information Systems Agency's (DISA) codified Cloud Security Model (CSM). This new authorization allows Department of Defense users to conduct development and integration activities for everything but classified workflows with Amazon's service.

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Sprint takes a jab at carriers with $60 single-line unlimited plan

08/22, 12:26am

Unlimited plan follows on new family sharing plan, contrasts savings against T-Mobile

With the exit of Dan Hesse and the appointment of CEO Marcelo Claure earlier in the month, Sprint is kicking into a new gear with a clutch of new offerings. Following on a new family plan structure, including a $100 plan with up to 10 lines and 40 GB of data, Sprint announced a new single-line plan that offers unlimited text, talk and data for $60 per month. The new plan follows on previous reports that a similar plan was in the works for $50 a month.

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Aereo can't operate as cable company, appeals court denies request

08/21, 11:49pm

Startup will need to take the case district court if it wants to continue fighting

Aereo, the broadcasting startup that allowed users to rebroadcast and time-shift over-the-air (OTA) programming, appears to be running out of ways to stay alive. According to documents acquired by the Washington Post, the United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit has denied the company's recent request to reconsider the case.

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Apple removes anonymous Secret app from Brazilian App Store

08/21, 10:10pm

Company complies with only half of judge's controversial order

Following a ruling by a Brazilian judge that anonymous social apps such as Secret violate the Brazilian constitution, Apple has removed the program from the App Store in that country, citing that its own guidelines require that apps comply with local laws in the country they're sold in. In addition to Apple, the judge ordered Google and Microsoft to also remove the app or similar apps. There has not, however, been any reports of Apple or the other companies remotely deleting the app from users' devices.

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Apple in talks with insurance companies about HealthKit

08/21, 4:37pm

Tech could be used to keep premiums, expenditures down

Apple is talking with at least two insurance companies about its HealthKit platform in iOS 8, according to Bloomberg. These include Humana and UnitedHealth, the latter being the US' biggest such firm. It's not yet clear what the parties might have in mind.

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T-Mobile taunts Sprint, offers year of free LTE data to new customers

08/21, 12:32pm

One year of unlimited LTE data offered to both new T-Mobile customers and referrers

T-Mobile is ramping up its fight against Sprint, by attempting to coax subscribers to switch carrier. From August 29th, whenever a T-Mobile customer convinces another person to sign up to the carrier, both accounts will receive unlimited LTE data free for an entire year, or in the case of existing T-Mobile Simple Choice customers already having unlimited LTE, a $10 monthly credit for one year instead.

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Amazon allegedly aiming for Prime Air drone delivery launch in India

08/21, 6:05am

First Amazon Prime Air service could operate in Mumbai, Bangalore

Amazon's Prime Air drone delivery service will initially launch in India, according to a report. The retailer is allegedly preparing the service, which uses an army of automated flying drones to carry light parcels, to operate out of its warehouses in Mumbai and Bangalore, with a view to getting it up and operational this October.

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Judge Koh blocks Apple attempt to recover attorney fees from Samsung

08/20, 11:40pm

Releases $2.6M Apple bond covering never-enacted Galaxy Tab 10.1 sales ban

On Wednesday, US Federal District Court Judge Lucy Koh ruled on two motions in the ongoing leftover matters related to the first Apple vs. Samsung patent trial from 2012. The first ruling denied Apple the opportunity to recover attorney's fees from Samsung related to its guilty verdict on trade dress claims, and the second returned a $2.6 million Apple bond the company had put up to enforce a sales injunction against the Galaxy Tab 10.1, which was found to have copied Apple's iPad technology. No action was ever taken on the ban due to the appeals process, and both companies have since agreed to drop the injunction.

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EPEAT tablet registry lists almost nothing but iPads

08/20, 12:12pm

Organization debuts new Tablets/Slates category, required for gov't purchasing

The Apple iPad is overwhelmingly dominant in a new EPEAT (Electronic Product Environmental Assessment Tool) category covering tablets and slates. Out of 135 devices currently registered, 134 are simply different configurations of the iPad Air, iPad mini, and fourth-generation iPad. The one non-Apple entry is the Dell Venue 11 Pro.

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Uber launches API, enabling third-party app integration

08/20, 10:54am

Hyatt, United, Starbucks, Tripadvisor among early partners

Uber has released an anticipated API that will let third-party developers integrate its ridesharing services into their own apps. The company says it is already working with 11 high-profile partners, including Starbucks, United, OpenTable, TimeOut, Tempo, Hinge, Tripadvisor, Tripcase, Hyatt, Mememo, and Expensify. Apps based on the API will be able to show available rides and/or price and time estimates, and make use of a person's trip history.

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New malware stealing advertising revenue from jailbroken iOS devices

08/20, 9:08am

Package changes developer ad ID with that of assailant with Cydia Substrate

A new piece of malware has started infecting jailbroken iOS devices earlier this year. The "AdThief" or "Spad" package hijacks advertising clicks and revenue, and redirects them to the author of the package, rather than the developer who inserted the advertising in the first place. The malware is simple and low profile -- it replaces the developer's ID with the attacker's ID. Mobile ad kits targeted by the AdThief malware are mostly from Chinese vendors, with four in the US, and a pair in India.

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Twitter will remove images of deceased by family member requests

08/20, 6:12am

Change in Twitter policy to help protect families from malicious imagery

Twitter is now accepting requests to remove images and videos of the deceased. In a change of policy, the service announced it will take down photographs and other materials "in certain circumstances," with requests from immediate family members and other authorized individuals being considered for removal "in order to respect the wishes of loved ones."

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RootMetrics: Verizon top carrier in performance, speed, reliability

08/19, 7:50pm

Independent tester finds that Verizon beats out all other carriers for first half of 2014

A new study of wireless carriers for the first half emerged today, putting Verizon at the top of the pile in five categories, marking it as the best overall carrier in the United States. Market research firm RootMetrics announced its findings, showing that Verizon was the best carrier in reliability, speed, data performance and call performance.

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Rightscorp wants to halt Internet browsing for repeat piracy culprits

08/19, 6:30pm

Enforcement group wants to install 'piracy wheel clamp' through ISPs in the future

It appears that the piracy enforcement group Rightscorp has been looking into a new strategy when it comes to repeat infringers of its clients' intellectual property. In an earnings conference call last week, the company revealed a different direction that it was considering for the future, one that includes working with Internet service providers (ISP) to block Internet browsing until a payment is made to the group.

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TV broadcasters file petition against FCC over 2015 spectrum auction

08/19, 5:05pm

Organization believes that auction violates Spectrum Act, abuses discretion under APA Act

The National Association of Broadcasters (NAB) has filed a petition with the United States Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit, seeking a review of the Federal Communications Commission's (FCC) 2015 spectrum auction. In the filing, the NAB states that the FCC isn't taking the proper precautions to protect broadcasters that choose to retain their spectrum. According to the NAB, an updated methodology the FCC is using will result in a loss of coverage area for remaining broadcasters.

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Steve Ballmer departs from Microsoft board after 34 years of service

08/19, 4:41pm

Outgoing Ballmer to spend time with Los Angeles Clippers, teaching

Steve Ballmer has stepped down his position as Microsoft board member, six months after being replaced as CEO by Satya Nadella. In a letter to the current CEO, the former leader advises that he is departing "effective immediately," citing his involvement with teaching and his ownership of the Los Angeles Clippers as keeping him "very busy."

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Lotzi Digital, Personal Audio drop patent lawsuit over podcasts

08/19, 3:00pm

Terms under 'quiet period' until September 30, Adam Carolla crowdfunded defense fund

Big name podcasts may be in the clear for the time being, as Personal Audio and Adam Carolla's Lotzi Digital recently agreed to jointly dismiss a patent lawsuit without prejudice last Friday. The filing, obtained by the Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF), comes after a settlement was reached between the two parties, the details of which have yet to be announced. Both companies are under a "quiet period" until September 30.

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Gameover Zeus resurrected with more robust control server connection

08/19, 10:07am

New malware not stealing info, passwords; just growing

The Gameover Zeus botnet has re-appeared in stronger form, with most of the infections taking place inside the US. The new botnet implementation doesn't rely on the peer-to-peer methodology of the parent strain, but instead relies on a more flexible, and harder to stop, domain generation algorithm (DGA) to determine how the malware botnet will connect with command-and-control servers.

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BlackBerry realigns divisions, forms BlackBerry Technology Solutions

08/19, 8:56am

New division encompasses 44,000 patents, three major technologies

BlackBerry has spun off a new business unit, collecting the majority of its unique technologies under one roof -- the BlackBerry Technology Solutions (BTS) division. Dr. Sandeep Chennakeshu will lead the new group, which encompasses embedded software group QNX, "Internet of Things" division Project Ion, cryptography division Certicom, RF antenna tuning group Paratek, and 44,000 associated patents.

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RBC: Apple could sell 75 million 'iPhone 6' units by year's end

08/18, 9:00pm

Prediction makes assumptions on launch availability, but based on supplier data

Amit Daryanani of RBC Capital Markets, who currently forecasts sales of 56 million iPhones in the December quarter, has told investors that depending on availability and features, the next generation of iPhones could sell as many as 75 million units in the final quarter of the year, which would be an all-time record for any manufacturer, even Apple itself. By comparison, last year Apple ordered 60 million units ahead of the iPhone 5s and iPhone 5c debut.

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Community Health Systems admits breach, 4.5 million patients affected

08/18, 6:34pm

Personal information including social security numbers stolen, no medical information

Today, in a filing with the United States Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), medical services provider Community Health Systems (CHS) revealed that it was the victim of a cyber attack that spanned a three-month period. According to the filing information, personal information from around 4.5 million patients was stolen, including Social Security numbers.

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Uber allowed to resume services in Berlin after ban suspended

08/18, 1:59pm

Judge allows rideshare company to return to business, ban lasted only four days

Uber fans in Berlin can rejoice for the time being, as the company has been given the go-ahead to resume its UberPop and UberBlack services today for the time being. A judge from the Berlin Administrative Court suspended the municiple ban, allowing the ride-sharing service to return to business. There is no time frame on how long the suspension will last.

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'Misunderstood' iPhone ad takes home Creative Arts Emmy

08/18, 11:15am

One of Apple's earliest efforts in current theme

Apple's "Misunderstood" iPhone ad, aired during the holidays last year, has been awarded a 2014 Creative Arts Emmy for Outstanding Commercial. The spot was produced with the help of TBWA/Media Arts Lab and Park Pictures, and features a boy who appears to be ignoring friends and family in favor of his iPhone, but is really shooting and editing a special video (said to be based on a true story). It beat out efforts on behalf of corporations like GE, Nike, and Budweiser.

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Google acquires team behind deep learning app Jetpac City Guides

08/17, 5:14pm

Jetpac to be removed from app store shortly, support discontinued in September

Google recently made another acquisition, this time involving a team that uses deep learning in its apps. The team behind the Jetpac City Guides app announced last week that they would be joining Google in an unspecified capacity. Details of the deal weren't disclosed, but the San Francisco-based team would be moving on to Google, leaving their apps behind in the process.

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Report: Xbox Entertainment Studios could live on with Warner Brothers

08/17, 3:54pm

Microsoft gaming properties could continue media expansion if studio deal occurs

Sources have said that Microsoft's Xbox Entertainment Studios (XES) may not be shuttering, as previously indicated during the company's announcement of 18,000 layoffs. Microsoft has reportedly been shopping the studio around in an attempt to find it a new home, with some possible results already popping up. It is said that Microsoft has recently entered into talks with Warner Brothers about XES operating under the studio.

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Supermarket chains Supervalu, AB Acquisition LLC announce breaches

08/17, 2:21pm

Breaches target 209 Supervalu stores, AB Acquisition stores in 21 states

Last week, supermarket chain Supervalu announced that it discovered an intrusion into part of its computer network, specifically for the portion that processes payments with debit and credit cards. The company believes that card data may have been stolen from 209 of its standard and franchise stores. A day prior, AB Acquisition LLC announced that its systems were breached, but was said it had yet to determine if any cardholder data had been stolen.

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IBM acquires first US regulatory approval for server division sale

08/16, 3:03pm

Lenovo on track to buy IBM server unit for $2.3 billion

IBM has gained a US national security regulatory agency's approval in one of its first steps to sell its server division to Lenovo Group, a Chinese company. The Committee on Foreign Investment in the US has deemed that the $2.3 billion dollar sale can continue with little or no risk to US security interests, despite rising conflicts about Internet issues and continued espionage allegations between the nations.

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Briefly: BBM for Windows Phone exits beta, Trendnet WiFi Baby Cam

08/16, 2:37pm

Blackberry launches 1.1 version of BBM for Windows Phone

BlackBerry has officially released BBM for Windows Phone, taking it out of beta. The new release implementes a number of bug fixes and speed improvements that the company gathered during the beta phase. The 1.1 version of the app allows users to engage in BBM Chats with one or many contacts, with the ability to share pictures, voice notes, contacts and location. Features like BBM Voice, Channels, and location sharing are still yet to be added.

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Google sued over data compression technology in YouTube, Android

08/16, 1:05pm

London-based Vedanti Systems Limited allege post-it notes prove misdeeds

London firm Vedanti Systems Limited (VSL) is suing Google over the compression algorithms used in YouTube. According to the complaint, filed on August 10, Google uses the technology across a wide swath of Google offerings, with YouTube being the primary violator. VSL attorney Adam Levitt wrote in the complaint that "this case is yet another of the many occasions on which Google has unlawfully taken, rather than developed for itself or paid for, valuable technology that is core to the functioning of its many businesses and products."

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FCC lengthens second 'net neutrality' comment period by five days

08/16, 12:00pm

Staff deluged by comments for and against the controversial plan

Under an onslaught of remarks, both slamming and supporting Federal Communication Commission Chairman Tom Wheeler's Net Neutrality proposal, the agency has extended the second public comment phase five days, now ending September 15. The alteration was made "to ensure that members of the public have as much time as was initially anticipated to reply to initial comments in these proceedings," according to the agency.

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Sprint allegedly testing new price plans to combat T-Mobile

08/16, 9:49am

Plans being tested involve changes to Sprint Framily, $50 unlimited plan

Sprint is allegedly testing a suite of price plans for potential launch in the near future, not long after Marcelo Claure took to the Chief Executive Officer position. The new plans being trialled are apparently aggressive, partly to fend off T-Mobile and to recoup its haemorrhaging customer base, with one plan said to offer unlimited voice, text, and data for $50 per month.

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FLA documents labor violations at Apple supplier Quanta

08/15, 2:59pm

Apple says it has worked to fix problems

The Fair Labor Association has published the results of 2013 audits of Shanghai and Changshu facilities run by Apple supplier Quanta, documenting numerous labor rights violations. These included illegal recruitment and underage labor practices, as well as health and safety problems. The audits were previously mentioned in Apple's 2014 Supplier Responsibility report, but the company has responded today with a new statement insisting that it was worked to improve conditions since, and that it will cut ties with firms that fail to meet FLA standards. "Our suppliers must live up to the toughest standards in the industry if they want to keep doing business with Apple," it says.

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