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Nokia says Samsung extends patent license deal

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Finland's Nokia on Monday said Samsung Electronics has extended a phone patent license agreement between the two companies for five years.

Android snags record 81 percent of smartphone market

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Google's mobile OS won a global market share of 81.3 percent last quarter, up from 75 percent in the prior year's quarter, research firm Strategy Analytics said on Thursday. Shipments of Android phones hit 204.4 million, a hefty gain over the 129.6 million shipped a year ago.

Snowden leaks: Google 'outraged' at alleged NSA hacking

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Google has expressed outrage following a report that the US National Security Agency (NSA) has hacked its data links. An executive at Google said it was not aware of the alleged activity, adding there was an "urgent need for reform".

'Anonymous' hack Singapore newspaper's website

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The website of Singapore's main paper, The Straits Times, has been hacked by someone who claimed to be a part of the hacking collective Anonymous.

Google launches Nexus 5 handset with Android Kitkat

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Google has officially unveiled the latest incarnation of its flagship Nexus smartphone.

Snowden leaks: Google 'outraged' at alleged NSA hacking

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Google has expressed outrage following a report that the US National Security Agency (NSA) has hacked its data links.

Twitter goes for more eye-catching look

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Twitter was born in 2006 as a stream of SMS text messages. Before going public in 2013, it's now reveling in images.

Microsoft seeks EU approval for $7.5 billion Nokia deal

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Microsoft has asked EU antitrust regulators to approve its 5.44-billion-euro ($7.49 billion) takeover of Nokia's phone business as part of a push into the mobile devices business.

Project Ara: Motorola Wants to Make Your Smartphone Modular

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Google's Motorola has unveiled Project Ara, an open hardware platform for building modular smartphones. The idea behind the project, led by Motorola's Advanced Technology and Projects group, is to turn almost everything in a smartphone — display, keyboard, battery, processor — into a module that can be replaced.

Microsoft shareholders advised to vote against director Thompson

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Proxy advisory firm Glass Lewis has recommended that Microsoft Corp shareholders vote against the re-election of lead independent director John Thompson, who is in charge of the company's efforts to find a new chief executive.

Apple's results disappoint ahead of holiday quarter

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Apple Inc's profit and margins slid despite selling 33.8 million iPhones in its September quarter, and greater China revenue climbed just 6 percent even though two smartphone models hit store shelves in its second-largest market last month.

Apple's iPhone sales, holiday quarter up for scrutiny

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Apple Inc's iPhone sales and revenue forecasts, due to be released on Monday, may offer clues as to whether its low-cost 5C model missed the mark or whether the world's largest tech company can continue its run of smash-hit gadgets.

EU seeks feedback from rivals over Google antitrust offer

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EU regulators will on Monday seek feedback from Google's rivals and other third parties over the Internet search giant's offer to settle a near three-year antitrust investigation, the European Commission said.

Samsung sees $1.4 billion dividend payment from Corning deal

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Samsung Electronics Co said on Friday it expected an additional 1.5 trillion won ($1.4 billion) payment from Corning Inc after the U.S. firm agreed to buy the South Korean firm's display unit out of an LCD glass venture.

Germany wants a German Internet as spying scandal rankles

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As a diplomatic row rages between the United States and Europe over spying accusations, state-backed Deutsche Telekom wants German communications companies to cooperate to shield local internet traffic from foreign intelligence services.

Twitter IPO pegs valuation at modest $11 billion

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Seeking to avoid a repeat of Facebook Inc's much-maligned public debut, Twitter Inc revealed more modest ambitions, saying its initial offering would raise up to $1.6 billion and value the company at up to about $11 billion.

Facebook makes U-turn over decapitation video clip

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Facebook has removed a video clip showing a woman's decapitation and issued new rules about what can be shared on its site.

Samsung Electronics apologises to China consumers for mobile phone glitches

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South Korea's Samsung Electronics Co Ltd, the world's biggest smartphone maker, has apologised to Chinese customers for problems with some mobile phones after a broadcast on China Central Television criticised Samsung repair policies.

Canon cuts profit forecast on first annual drop in high-end camera sales

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Japan's Canon Corp cut its operating profit outlook for the second quarter in a row, below analysts' estimates, warning that sales of its signature high-end cameras will fall this year for the first time since their launch in 2003.

Apple iBeacon

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Apple announced iBeacon as a feature of iOS 7 at the WWDC in June. Apple has given no details about it and it was only mentioned in the keynote once, but it could have a profound impact on the retail-to-mobile, contextual and in-store shopping experience.

Facebook Product Update October 2013

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New Ad Guide,  Custom Audiences & more.  Facebook have recently updated the Ads guide to reflect the changes made as part of our Ads Simplification initiative.

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