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FEB 05, 2016 - Yahoo! News

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Apple files for a mistrial in $625 million iMessage and FaceTime patent suit

Apple has filed for a mistrial in a patent infringement suit just days after being ordered to pay $625.6 million in damages. VirnetX, which is regularly described as a "patent troll," sued Apple claiming it infringed on four patents related to communications protocols patents used in iMessage, FaceTime, and VPN on Demand, as well as the Apple devices using the software. Apple ...

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FEB 05, 2016 - TechRadar

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Google's self-driving cars could feature wireless charging

Google may be playing with wireless charging for its self-driving cars, suggest newly uncovered documents.The documents, filed with the US Federal Communications Commission (FCC) last year and spotted by IEEE Spectrum, reveal applications and permissions for the installation of wireless chargers from Hevo Power and Momentum Dynamics at locations where Google is testing its driverless cars.The wireless charging systems from ...

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FEB 05, 2016 - Mother Jones

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Is Man-Made Noise Messing Up the Oceans?

We may imagine the bottom of the deep blue sea as a peaceful, quiet place—certainly compared to the blaring horns and chit-chattering radios of rush-hour traffic. But the ocean is filled with the sounds of undulating waves, marine animals calling out to one another, and, increasingly, the ceaseless din of human commercial activity. Over the past 60 years, our contribution ...

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FEB 05, 2016 - Popular Science

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How NASA Broadcast Neil Armstrong Live from the Moon

NASA Neil Armstrong just before his First Step Apollo 11’s lunar landing and specifically Neil Armstrong’s first steps on the Moon was, arguably, the biggest television event of the 20th century. Knowing the impact a live broadcast would have on the world, Deke Slayton went so far as to push NASA to include an erectable antenna on the LM so ...

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FEB 05, 2016 - TheNextWeb

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Google filings suggest it wants its self-driving cars to charge wirelessly

According to documents filed with the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) — and found by IEEE Spectrum — Google is looking to cut the cord on its self-driving car, the power cord, that is. In February of last year, HevoPower, a New York-based start-up received permission from the FCC to install its experimental charger at Google’s headquarters in Mountain View, California. ...

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