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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.
Anonymous unleashed a cyber attack on the Ukraine Government to avenge Demonoid, and a fire broke out at a building housing an Indian government datacentre.
Microsoft launched its Office Store and received strong criticism from Acer about its Windows Surface tablet strategy.
Overnight, the cheering continued for the rover Curiosity as it landed on Mars, broken up by a smattering of tablet and smartphone news.
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Overnight, the Apple versus Samsung trial started and Microsoft unveiled a preview for a new email client.