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An anonymous reader sends this excerpt from Ars Technica: A judge in Charlotte, North Carolina, has unsealed a set of 529 court documents in hundreds ...
Slashdot · 10 hours ago
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When it comes to tablets, Google doesn't even follow its own design guidelines." That's the upshot of Ars Technica writer Andew Cunningham's ...
Slashdot · Nov. 16, 2014  Explore story »
Further Reading Read the Ars Technica op-ed in today’s New York Times Traditional landlines are dying.
ArsTechnica · 42 hours ago
From the above Ars Technica article: Former US magistrate judge and current law professor at Indiana Tech Brian Owsley expressed a similar...
Tidbits · 39 hours ago
According to Ars Technica, Apple argued that if it was found guilty of infringing on MTel's patents (which it denied).
Findlaw Corporate Counsel · 41 hours ago
Corning confirmed to Ars Technica that the upgraded glass will reach consumer devices "this quarter." Global marketing director David...
ArsTechnica · Nov. 20, 2014  Explore story »
More at Ars Technica Ars Technica The Wall Street Journal notes that Samsung's decision may be due to increased competition with companies...
ITworld.com · Nov. 20, 2014
... aren't mentioned, they are also expected to work better with the update, since they have similar hardware, technology, Ars Technica reported.
CBC · Nov. 20, 2014  Explore story »
... he thought VR technology "isn't quite there yet" as far as enabling "a fun experience." And Microsoft told Ars Technica at this year's Game...
ArsTechnica · Nov. 20, 2014
... of Upstream Prime Time Traffic Sandvine's latest Global Internet Phenomenon report (spotted over at Ars Technica ) offers up some interesting...
Broadband Reports · Nov. 20, 2014  Explore story »