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Slideshow: Remembering Neil Armstrong & Apollo
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8/31/2012   12 comments
We remember Neil Armstrong and all the other engineers, technicians and astronauts who all helped send humans to the moon.
Slideshow: Novel server CPUs glow at Hot Chips
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8/30/2012   8 comments
In the next five years, ARM-based SoCs will grab about ten percent of the server market, according to a straw poll at Hot Chips where new Power and Sparc chips also debuted.
Slideshow: The Apple/Samsung verdict form
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8/27/2012   3 comments
Here's a look at key excerpts from the final verdict form--mistakes and all--in the Apple vs. Samsung case.
Slideshow: Spotlight on Robots
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8/22/2012   Post a comment
Robots hold an amazing fascination for us. Here are articles and a technical paper covering robotics that we've published over the years. Enjoy!
Slideshow: The jury's job in Apple vs. Samsung
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8/22/2012   27 comments
Here's a look at some of the 33 questions the nine people in the Apple vs. Samsung jury must answer, and their instructions for answering them.
Slideshow: Inside Apple, Samsung patent talks
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8/11/2012   10 comments
Apple warned Samsung in an August 2010 presentation it was violating iPhone and iPad patents, and later offered licenses for $30 per handset and $40 per tablet.
Slideshow: Apple's best evidence on Samsung
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8/8/2012   34 comments
Apple released late Tuesday its best evidence that Samsung has copied its patents and trade dress, a 132-page Samsung report comparing its handsets to the iPhone.


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