And in other stories that happened overnight, Microsoft unveils its SkyDrive Android app, IBM's Watson is close to becoming a Siri competitor and a French communications company bets on Fibre to the Home.
The ZDNet team gives their view on the last week's news, all in the time it takes you to drink a cup of coffee. Caution: Contents Hot
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We're still getting over the Apple-Samsung verdict, but the show must go on, with VMware getting into the full swing of VMworld.
It was all Samsung this weekend, with its battles against Apple in both South Korea and the US receiving verdicts. Take a sip and catch up on what you missed.
Catch up on the latest Aussie tech news from Google, NBN Co and Rackspace, and channel the joy of global-roaming charges on this week's Technolatte podcast.
Microsoft changes its logos, Salesforce releases results and we see new photos of possible iPhone 5 parts.
HP has a lot of work to do to turn its results around, while hackers don't have to do much to turn power plants around.
There was a lot of storage love in the news overnight. But don't let that distract you from our Assange video.
Google can't keep track of all the bloggers its paying. Maybe it should encode the information into DNA, like some researchers have done?
New malware, WikiLeaks pleas and file-sharing rulings all happened over the weekend. Find out more in today's Daily Cuppa.
Catch up on the latest Aussie tech news from iiNet, Optus, TrapWire and Google, on this week's Technolatte podcast.
Cisco reported better-than-expected earnings, Oracle coughed up for an Indian slush fund, Julian Assange got diplomatic asylum and RIM's CEO spoke to ZDNet.
Apple's iPhone is so secure that it is giving the US Department of Justice trouble during criminal investigations. Meanwhile, Google is in a bit of trouble for paying too little tax in the UK.
Apple and Samsung were forced to disclose sales figures, Yahoo has its eyes on a Twitter executive, Chrome sandbox cut down Flash crashes by 20 per cent and people want a 7-inch iPad.
Why will the NBN cost more to roll out? What's Westpac doing with NFC and why are IT companies reluctant to hire graduates?
Google has been fined US$22.5m for circumventing the security settings of Safari, while RIM has escaped paying damages for a patent-infringement case with Mformation.