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Apple Spent $60 Million Fighting Samsung In Court

12/08/2013, Much has already been written about the patent trials that Apple and Samsung are involved in. Both companies have feverishly pursued litigation against each other in various countries around the world, burning millions of dollars in legal fees in the...

AmazonFresh San Francisco Launch Possible Next Week

12/05/2013, Amazon now does a lot more than it initially did, the company has evolved from an online marketplace to a behemoth that produces its own tablets, has its own app store, own cloud storage service and a lot more. The company also has a service through...

China Bans Bitcoin Transactions Among Banks

12/05/2013, Bitcoin has gained plenty of traction in news recently, and we even covered a story on how a man threw away his old hard drive without remembering that he had $7.5 million worth of Bitcoins inside. Well, this time around, we will touch on a...

Virtual Wall Could Prevent Oil Spills

12/05/2013, Oil spills are considered to be a major environmental disaster, being a slippery substance by itself whenever it is on a microscope slide or when it is leaked into the ocean. In fact, it costs a whole lot to clean up an oil spill, but what is worse would...

China Planning To Use Artificial Rain To Combat Smog

12/05/2013, If you know anything about China, we’re sure you’re aware the country has been struggling with smog for several years now, with residents in some cities even reporting the smog smells, can make it hard to breathe or even cause cancer. Chinese...

Building Turns Into One Gigantic Rubik’s Cube

12/04/2013, You might be surprised to see this particular building when strolling down the street in Linz, Austria, especially when it resembles that of a massive Rubik’s Cube. In fact, it might even lead the more imaginative among you to figure out that this is...

YouTube Music Streaming Service Reportedly Delayed

12/04/2013, It has been rumored multiple times this year that Google might launch a YouTube music streaming subscription service. It was initially believed that the service would be launched this summer, however that didn’t happen. Then we heard that the...

Newsweek Changes Its Mind, Will Return To Print

12/04/2013, With everyone having access to internet these days, and with smartphones and tablets seeing a higher rate of adoption, it made sense for publications to start offering a digital copy of their newspapers or magazines alongside with print copies as well....

New Prototype Spacesuit Powered By Body Heat

12/03/2013, Wearing a spacesuit is definitely no fun at all, especially if you are one who feels claustrophobic. Well, it seems that there is a new generation of spacesuits that are in the making, where engineers over at Kansas State University are hard at work,...

Hubble Locates Water On 5 Planets

12/03/2013, The Hubble Space Telescope has achieved new imaging techniques, and this has helped scientists to detect some tracers of water vapor across five different planets in our galaxy. Of course, having detected water on other planets does not automatically mean...

HTC’s November Revenues Fall 27.1 Percent Year-Over-Year

12/03/2013, HTC hasn’t had a great year. The company finds itself in a precarious financial situation because the products it was counted on to succeed didn’t end up generating enough revenue. 2013 actually turned out to be the year in which HTC had its...