Saturday, March 26, 2011

ITC: Apple did not violate five Nokia patents mentioned in lawsuit

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Nokia sued Apple in May 2010, claiming the company infringed five of Nokia’s patents. The patents cover wireless data, speech coding, security and encryption and are infringed by all Apple iPhone models shipped since the iPhone was introduced in 2007, Nokia alleged. Nokia’s statment in May 2010 about the lawsuit:

Nokia has been the leading developer of many key technologies in mobile devices” said Paul Melin, General Manager, Patent Licensing at Nokia. “We have taken this step to protect the results of our pioneering development and to put an end to continued unlawful use of Nokia’s innovation.
Now, Reuters reports that the International Trade Commision has ruled that Apple in fact did not violate any of Nokia’s patents. Take that, Nokia!

A judge at the International Trade Commission, which hears many patent cases, said that Apple did not violate the Nokia patents.
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Earth hour 2011, the planet would thank you for turning of the lights.

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Written by Ghazy (A New member to the Limerain team)

Now it has become a international event, Earth hour 2011 is now here. From 8.30 pm ( local time) to 9.30 pm .Earth Hour encourages us to turn off the lights in order to help and/or show your support of our lovely planet.


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iPad 2 cheapest for U.S. buyers ($499), priciest for Denmark ($702)

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With the iPad 2′s launch in 25 more countries yesterday, Reuters calculated the price of the device across Europe in comparison to the United States. The device starts at $499 in the United States for the 16 GB model and with taxes in the U.S., the device has an average total price of $547.

This compares to Europe in which most iPad 2-selling nations use the Euro as their form of currency. The iPad 2 starts at 479 euros in Europe and that converts to $678. Britain, in particular, is a little cheaper with their iPad 2 sales starting at 399 pounds, which converts to $642.

Notably, the iPad 2 starts at a converted $702 in Denmark. The iPad 2, before taxes, is over $200 cheaper in the United States than in Denmark. That’s still better than the thousands of dollars that people in some of the Asian countries are paying.



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iTunes, Songs for Japan

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Songs for Japan is a 38 track, iTunes special collection of tracks from the world’s top recording artists for $10. All proceeds go to the Red Cross in Japan. Again, you can also donate directly to the Red Cross using iTunes as well.



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