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Apple Wins U.S. Patent Suit Against HTC

The California-based Apple is involved with numerous patent disputes world over with smartphone makers that run Android. Recently Samsung filed new claims against Apple over patent infringements in Germany.

Mass Burial Planned for Flood Victims in Philippines

Officials in Cagayan de Oro and Iligan, the worst-hit cities, said they were running out of evacuation centers and coffins for the dead. Funeral parlors already packed with decomposed bodies are no longer able to accommodate any freshly recovered corpses.

Lady Gaga's Glam Evolution through 2011

American-Italian singer Lady Gaga never fails to disappoint. Between the period 2010 and 2011, her outrageous meat dress and bizarre nerdy looks gave way to embryonic incubation and an almost Brit-like elegance.

Nokia Lumia 710 to be Available in U.S. for $49

Nokia is back with a bang in the smartphone market. The Finnish cellphone manufacturer and T-Mobile announced Wednesday that the Lumia 710 will be retailed at $49.99 on a two-year contract, starting Jan. 11.

What to Expect from Tablets in 2012?

As we cast our eyes over the year that was, the computer tablet market across the world strikes one as having been the sort of space most affected by a constant stream of products, with each one trying to outdo the other, in terms of innovation, design, components and performance. At the end of it all, however, if you've played the waiting game, hoping that 2012 will be an even better year, here is a brief rundown of what to expect...

Global Warming Forces Polar Bear to Eat Their Own Kind

This isn't the first time a polar bear was observed eating juvenile bears, there have been numerous related incidents in the recent past. In late 2009, cannibalism among ploar bears was witnessed on the shores of Hudson Bay, near the Canadian town of Churchill, Manitoba.

Top 5 Christmas Gifts for Your Kids

It's that time of the year again when the pressure of playing Santa proves challenging for most parents. Your kid wants a very special toy, without which the world seems to fall apart.

McDonald’s Evades SF Toy Ban in Happy Meals

The Healthy Food Incentive Ordinance approved last year by the city's Board of Supervisors aims at fighting child obesity. The initiatives were introduced to reduce the allure of fast food restaurants and promote healthier food options for children.

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