The Cupertino, Calif.-based technology giant plans to substitute one patent claim for Samsung's latest flagship device to its list of patent-infringing products.
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At its Sapphire Now conference in Orlando, SAP announces a software-as-a-service answer to the BYOD problem. Plus, a partnership with security vendor Mocana.
There’s one big move Microsoft could still make to salvage Windows 8. Whether it will have the courage to do it remains a question mark.
According to the latest round of Gartner figures, Samsung remains on top for global smartphone sales, while Android steals 74 percent of the market.
NetApp is turning around some of the products included in its acquisition of ionGrid with a new mobile channel for data access.
The investors' preferences for board nominees include Carl Icahn himself.
We'd like to know if the new BlackBerry Q10 is going to be enough to win back former BlackBerry users from Android and iPhone and retain BlackBerry's long-suffering loyalists.
Twitter has some more new big data and visualization tools headed its way with another startup purchase.
UPDATE: A new refresh for the Kindle brand could be on the way as Amazon has reportedly bought a new display business from Samsung.
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