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Microsoft drops its lawsuit over gag orders on DoJ searches

9 minutes ago   |   Engadget

It's been more than a year since Microsoft sued the government (with backing from Amazon, Apple, Google and many others) over the right to tell its customers when the...
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Microsoft drops its US government lawsuit following revised gag orders

Microsoft drops its US government lawsuit following revised gag orders

27 minutes ago   |   The Verge   |   2 articles

Microsoft says it will drop its lawsuit against the US government after the Department of Justice agreed to change the way data like email is obtained for government agencies...
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Microsoft to drop lawsuit after U.S. government revises data request rules

3 hours ago   |   Reuters   |   3 articles

Microsoft Corp said it will drop a lawsuit against the U.S. government after the Department of Justice changed data request rules on alerting internet users about agencies...
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Microsoft drops lawsuit after DOJ limits use of gag orders when accessing customer data

Microsoft drops lawsuit after DOJ limits use of gag orders when accessing customer data

4 hours ago   |   TechCrunch   |   3 articles

Microsoft said it will drop its lawsuit against the Department of Justice over gag orders placed on companies that prevent them from telling customers when their personal data...
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Apple and Samsung are entering another round in their patent battle

Apple and Samsung are entering another round in their patent battle

7 hours ago   |   Digital Trends

Apple and Samsung aren't finished fighting over patents. A judge granted the latter a retrial that's scheduled to begin on October 25, and which will involve damages awarded in...
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Apple, Samsung head back to court to re-decide design infringement damages

Apple, Samsung head back to court to re-decide design infringement damages

10 hours ago   |   SiliconBeat   |   4 articles

District Judge Lucy Koh ordered on Sunday that Samsung and Apple have to meet again in a courtroom to determine the costs for three infringed patents.
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Apple and Samsung are headed back to court. again

18 hours ago   |   Engadget   |   4 articles

The case that never ends is going back to court. Back in 2012, Apple won a lawsuit against Samsung that sought damages for a handful of patent infringements involving...
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Bill O'Reilly rants at New York Times reporters who exposed sexual harassment allegations against him

Bill O'Reilly rants at New York Times reporters who exposed sexual harassment allegations against him

19 hours ago   |   Business Insider

Former Fox News host Bill O'Reilly blasted New York Times reporters who helped expose the sexual harassment allegations against him. O'Reilly settled a sexual harassment...
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Apple sued over Animojis, Bitcoin climbs past $6,000 video - CNET

19 hours ago   |   CNET

In today's biggest tech news, Apple faces a lawsuit over its animated emojis, Bitcoin reaches an all-time high and the Essential Phone gets a price cut.
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Apple and Samsung are headed back to court. again

Apple and Samsung are headed back to court. again

19 hours ago   |   TheBoyGeniusReport   |   4 articles

Apple and Samsung are headed to court to argue about the damages Samsung owes Apple for infringing on its design patents. Don't worry: you haven't just fallen through a portal...
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Some Google Pixel 2 phones are making weird clicking noises, customers say

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Google's new Pixel 2 phone is making weird clicking and high-pitched whining noises, customers say. It comes after multiple reports of problems with the Google Pixel 2 XL's... Read more ...

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Microsoft drops lawsuit after DOJ limits use of gag orders when accessing...

Microsoft drops lawsuit after DOJ limits use of gag orders when accessing customer data

Microsoft said it will drop its lawsuit against the Department of Justice over gag orders placed on companies that prevent them from telling customers when their personal data... Read more ...

Next wave of backward compatible original Xbox games are coming Spring 2018

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Today Microsoft announced that the first wave of original Xbox games were joining the Backward Compatibility program on October 24, 2017. A handful of games will be available... Read more ...