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Samsung Fight Among Many In Apple's Patent War

In a federal district court Monday, computing giant Apple will ask for more than $2.5 billion from rival phone maker Samsung for patent violations. If successful, the suit would be the most expensive patent violation in history. It's just one front in Apple's war against phones running Google's Android operating system.
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Hackers Convene To Find Mobile Security Flaws

This week Las Vegas saw the world's largest hacking party — and it was all legal. The gathering was designed to bring together cybersecurity experts — including the top hackers in the business — to expose vulnerabilities before criminals uncover them. The big focus this year was on mobile phones.
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The Future Of Neighborhood Communication

Facebook and Twitter have transformed the way people communicate with family and friends. But tools like LISTSERV and Yahoo! Groups dominate at the neighborhood level.

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Facebook Reports Net Loss After Bumpy IPO

Facebook reported a net loss for the second quarter in its first earnings report since a bumpy initial public offering. The company's share price has fallen sharply since the first day of trading. Audie Cornish speaks with Steve Henn.
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Facebook Narrowly Beats Revenue Expectations; Market Isn't Impressed

The company released its first earnings report as a publically traded company Thursday.
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Watching The Olympics, Online And Everywhere

The iPad didn't exist at the last Olympics — the 2010 Winter Games. But when London Summer Games begin Friday, millions of people around the world will watch the action on tablets, mobile phones or other digital gadgets.

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