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Microsoft rejects Motorola olive branch

Microsoft Corp has brushed off an offer by Motorola, the phone maker bought by Google Inc, to settle patent disputes with Motorola that are threatening to halt imports of Android devices and Xbox game consoles into the United States

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Apple loses to Samsung in Dutch court

A Dutch court ordered Apple Inc to pay damages to Samsung Electronics Co Ltd over a patent violation in the Netherlands, the latest twist in the global legal battle waged by the two rival phone and computer makers

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Apple sued by Kodak over patent meddling

Photography pioneer Eastman Kodak Co sued Apple Inc to stop it from interfering with plans to sell a large patent portfolio, a significant part of its bankruptcy restructuring

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Apple, Google face off in vital smartphone hearing

Apple Inc will try to salvage a high-profile lawsuit against Google Inc’s Motorola Mobility unit on Wednesday at a crucial hearing in the smartphone patent wars between the two tech companies.


Government considering Telkom nationalization: report

The South African government, a top shareholder in Telkom, could delist and nationalise the struggling telecoms operator

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BlackBerry handset manufacturers stop getting RIM contracts

Contract electronics maker Celestica Inc will stop making products for its biggest customer, Research In Motion Ltd, by the end of the year as the BlackBerry maker seeks to cut costs by shrinking its global supply base


Facebook to buy facial-recognition startup

Facebook Inc is paying $55 million to $60 million to buy, according to people familiar with the matter, acquiring the company that provides the facial-recognition technology used by the world’s largest social network to help users identify and tag photos

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Facebook settles R82.7 million lawsuit

Facebook Inc has agreed to pay $10 million (R82.67 million) to charity to settle a lawsuit that accused the site of violating users’ rights to control the use of their own names, photographs and likenesses, according to court documents made public over the weekend

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Telkom ‘embarrassed’ about Nigeria disaster

Group lost R10bn over 50 months in Nigeria, with more losses elsewhere in Africa

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BlackBerry make RIM shuffles board, shares drop again

Shares of Research In Motion fell 2.5 percent on Thursday after the struggling BlackBerry maker named a financier to replace a telecom executive on its board, disappointing investors looking for more sweeping changes

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