- SKorea court: Apple didn't violate Samsung patents
SEOUL, South Korea (AP) — A Seoul court rejected Samsung's claim that iPhone and iPad models violated three of its patents, another setback for the South Korean electronics giant in a global battle with Apple over rights to technologies that power smartphones and tablets.
- AP Newsbreak: Western governors show wildlife maps
RENO, Nev. (AP) — Governors in 16 states are unveiling a high-tech wildlife habitat mapping project they hope will encourage economic development across the West while protecting the region's environmental treasures from Puget Sound to the Rocky Mountains.
- Gift Guide: Do homework when buying tablet for kid
NEW YORK (AP) — Tablet computers are expected to top many kids' holiday lists, but parents need to do their homework first.
- Over 2M Xbox One units sold in first 18 days
NEW YORK (AP) — Microsoft says more than 2 million of its Xbox One consoles have been sold since the system's launch 18 days ago.
- Court date set for man facing revenge porn charges
SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) — A San Diego man has been charged with operating a revenge porn website that let people anonymously post explicit photographs of others in an effort to extort money from those whose privacy was breached.
- Congressional subcommittee weighs online gambling
LAS VEGAS (AP) — Organizations and advocates on all sides of the online gambling debate are cheering a Congressional hearing on the state of online gambling.
- Amazon grocery delivery rolls into San Francisco
Amazon.com Inc.'s grocery delivery service is rolling into San Francisco.
- NASA audit finds Google execs saved on jet fuel
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — An aircraft fleet owned by Google's founders and former CEO received improper discounts on jet fuel that saved the three billionaires up to $5.3 million dating back to depths of the Great Recession in 2009, according to a government report released Wednesday.
- German prosecutor: still weighing NSA probe
BERLIN (AP) — Germany's chief federal prosecutor says he hasn't decided whether to open an investigation into alleged surveillance by the U.S. National Security Agency but is suggesting that he's skeptical.
- Online game addiction law divides SKorea
SEOUL, South Korea (AP) — A law under consideration in South Korea's parliament has sparked vociferous debate by grouping popular online games such as "StarCraft" with gambling, drugs and alcohol as an anti-social addiction the government should do more to stamp out.
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