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Samsung pays highest Patent Fees in 4 Years

Samsung pays highest Patent Fees in 4 Years

Samsung Electronics has reported that it has spent 1.38 trillion won ($1.2 billion) in patent fees in the nine months to September. This amount is the highest in four years.

Sony Unveils New Version of PlayStation 4

Sony Unveils New Version of PlayStation 4

The new version of PlayStation 4 has been unveiled by Sony at a press conference on Wednesday in New York City. Sony has planned the release in holiday season of 2013.

General Electric profit rises 7.5% in fourth quarter

General Electric profit rises 7.5% in fourth quarter

General Electric said on Friday that its net profit has risen 7.5 percent during the fourth quarter mainly due to a shift in focus to oil and gas equipment sector.

Samsung starts mass producing new, fastest embedded NAND storage chips

Samsung starts mass producing new, fastest embedded NAND storage chips

South Korea-based consumer electronics giant Samsung has confirmed that it has started mass producing the new embedded NAND storage chips for smartphones and tablets.

Motorola Droid Bionic offers fast Internet access with striking features

Motorola Droid Bionic offers fast Internet access with striking features

Motorola’s Droid Bionic smartphone, which was first unveiled in January, is available exclusively through US carrier Verizon Wireless for $299.99 on a two-year contract.

Samsung Comes With Better Features for Corby II

Samsung Comes With Better Features for Corby II

Corby had been a success in the market. After noticing the success, the makers of the phone have launched Corby II. This phone has been manufactured by Samsung.

Nokia Corp. admits N8 smartphone’s in-built slipup

Nokia admits N8 smartphone’s in-built slipup

Finnish handset-manufacturer Nokia Corp has admitted that some of its flagship N8 smartphones have an in-built slipup that causes them to go kaput entirely.

Some of the N8 users have reported that their smartphones turned off all of a sudden and could not be powered on at all.

Multi-tasking Offered by iPhone 4 confuses many

Multi-tasking Offered by iPhone 4 confuses many

The multi-tasking offered by the Apple's iPhone 4 amuses many, but at the same time there are some, who get into a perplexed situation due to the same.

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While you may share your love for coffee with large number of people across the world, there is a possibility that consumption level may differ greatly. Why some people could only consume less amount of coffee, while others can take several cups a day is now defined by presence of a gene variant in an individual’s body.

The study that...

Exxon reports 46% decline in First Quarter earning

On Thursday, Exxon reported a 46% decline in earnings in the first quarter, by earning $4.9 billion compared with $9.1 billion in the same quarter a year ago. Exxon's top and bottom lines declined due to lower oil prices.

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