Apple and Nokia Settle Patent Dispute and Sign New Deal

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FILE PHOTO: The Apple logo is pictured inside the newly opened Omotesando Apple store at a shopping district in Tokyo June 26, 2014. REUTERS/Yuya Shino/File Photo

Apple and Nokia Settle Patent Dispute and Sign New Deal

Nokia has settled its legal battle with Apple with a new patent license agreement and also signed a business deal with the U.S. giant, surprising investors who had expected the dispute to drag on.

Need Mood Lighting to Go With Your Music? Ask Alexa. No App Required.

New York Times
Ikea has made a deal with Amazon for its voice-enabled products, allowing Ikea’s new line of smart light bulbs to be controlled by Amazon’s Echo speaker.

Symantec says ‘highly likely’ North Korea group behind ransomware attacks

A screenshot shows a WannaCry ransomware demand, provided by cyber security firm Symantec, in Mountain View, California, U.S. May 15, 2017.

Ubisoft Confirms Some Big Rumors About ‘Far Cry 5’

The rumors were true. Ubisoft broke its silence on Far Cry 5 today with a series of teaser trailers debuting a new setting: Hope County, Montana, a picturesque Western countryside that seems to have a bit of a problem with violence and, we assume, a

Builder Base Update For ‘Clash Of Clans’ Is Essentially ‘Clash Of Clans 2’: Here’s What It’s About

Tech Times
Supercell has released the Builder Base update for “Clash of Clans,” which could be the closest thing that players will ever get to “Clash of Clans 2.” The update introduced a massive list of new content into the mobile game.
Washington Post
Leaked documents on how Facebook deals with violent, explicit and harassing content, as published in the Guardian, further exposes the challenges the social network faces in policing the posts of its nearly 2 billion users.

Overwatch: Ranking its first year of seasonal events

Overwatch has found a fantastic way to keep players engaged … and to keep taking their money. Five times in the past year, the team-based shooter has launched special events.

Android Malware Used To Hack Russian Customers Was Slated For Global Attacks
Russian cybercriminals pulled off a small mobile banking heist on their own countrymen with malware for Android mobile devices. By cybercrime standards it was a fairly small take – about 50 million roubles ($892,000) – but all evidence suggests that

HP Unveils Refreshed Envy, Spectre Lineups

HP refreshed four of its high-end notebooks and convertibles on Monday, including a resurrection of the Envy 13 notebook that originally made its debut back in 2009 at the dawn of the Envy lineup.

Destiny 2 Shows Bungie Is Listening To Fans, In Its Own Way

Bungie is constantly changing and improving Destiny, though rarely in the precise ways players have requested. That seems like it will hold true for Destiny 2. At last week’s big Destiny 2 blowout event in Los Angeles, the differences between the new

Samsung May Debut A New Stretchable Display This Week At SID 2017

Tech Times
With SID 2017 this week, companies will be showing off their newest displays that will soon hit the market. Samsung, though, may look to make the biggest impact with a stretchable display.

Samsung Galaxy J7 (2017) Released In Korea As Galaxy Wide 2

Android Headlines
Samsung Electronics released the Galaxy J7 (2017) in its home country of South Korea where the device is marketed as the Galaxy Wide 2. The handset is sold exclusively by SK Telecom, a Seoul-based mobile service provider owned by SK Group, though …

Scare tactics: Apple must live in fear

After hearing for months about the very popular and highly successful Android Echo—which people love and sells very well, certainly much better than the Apple Watch which is a failure—it turns out the real threat is not the Echo!

Chinese trio carve up a quarter of global smartphone sales in Q1: Gartner

The global smartphone market grew 9.1 per cent in the first quarter of this year, according to Gartner’s latest stats, and growth is being driven by a trio of Chinese device makers.

With iPhone Assembly Just Started Last Week In India, Apple Is Already Looking To Expand

Last week, Apple began assembly of the iPhone SE at a plant in Bengaluru in the Indian state of Karnataka. The smartphone company along with its local OEM partner, Wistron, started assembly of the SE in order to lower the price point and make it more …

Why Apple’s iPhone 8 Will Be So Expensive

iPhones have always been expensive, but they have never been this expensive… Following reports from Goldman Sachs, Nikkei, Fast Company and KGI Securities’ famed Apple AAPL +0.65% analyst Ming-Chi Kuo that Apple will start iPhone 8 pricing from …

Now is the worst time to buy a new MacBook from Apple

Business Insider
If you’re hoping to buy a new Apple laptop, you should wait two weeks before pulling the trigger. On June 5, Apple will kick off its annual developer conference, and it looks as if it might launch some new products in addition to announcing software

Why LawBreakers is heading to PC and PS4 instead of Xbox One or Switch

Xbox One and Nintendo gamers are going to miss out on Cliff Bleszinski’s new game – at least at launch. LawBreakers, a new character-based shooter (think Overwatch), is going to launch on both PC and Sony’s PlayStation 4 later this year.

Xbox Scorpio release: Microsoft confirm multiplayer news as fans wait for Destiny 2 reveal
THE XBOX Scorpio release date has been set for later in 2017 and now Microsoft are reiterating some of major rules and features that will govern the new console, as fans wait to hear more about Destiny 2 support.

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