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Nokia Sues Apple for Allegedly Violating 32 Technology Patents
The legal action by Nokia and Apple appear to mark a revival of the "smartphone patent wars" that began five years ago.
Uber Slams Brakes on Its Self-Driving Test Program in San Francisco
The California Department of Motor Vehicles said on Wednesday it revoked the registration of 16 Uber self-driving cars because they had not been properly permitted.
Families of Orlando Nightclub Victims Sue Twitter, Google and Facebook
Similar lawsuits in the past have faced an uphill fight because of strong protections in U.S. federal law for the technology industry.
Nintendo's iPhone Mario Game Sets Download Record, But People Are Bashing Its $9.99 Price
Super Mario Run is free to download on the App Store where, in Japan, it is rated 2.5 stars out of 5 based on 1,095 reviews.
Uber Lost More Than $800 Million in the Third Quarter of 2016
In the previous quarter the company's loss significantly exceeded $800 million, including its Chinese operations.
Mark Zuckerberg Introduces His Virtual Butler 'Jarvis'
Creating Jarvis proved humanity is 'both closer and farther off' from an AI breakthrough than we imagine, he wrote.
Heimlich, Creator of the Maneuver to Save Choking Victims, Dies at 96
The doctor came up with the ground-breaking technique in 1974 after reading about the high rate of choking deaths in restaurants.
Uber Defies California DMV and Keeps Test Cars on Roads
'We respectfully disagree with the California Department of Motor Vehicles legal interpretation of today's autonomous regulations.'
Facebook Underreported iPhone Traffic for Some Publishers
The social giant said on Friday that a recent update to one of its metrics had led to the issue and affected publishers using one of its legacy platforms.
Verizon Wants a Better Deal for Yahoo After Latest Hack Revealed
The top American wireless carrier still expects to go through with the deal, but is looking for 'major concessions' in light of the most recent breach.
Nestle Loses Battle With Cadbury Over the Shape of Its Kit Kats
Nestle would have to prove that when it applied in 2002, its Kit Kat shape had already gained distinctive character.