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  • Comcast in talks to license technology to Cox -sources Tuesday, 28 Jan 2014 | 7:00 AM ET

    Jan 28- Comcast Corp, the No. 1 U.S. cable operator, is in advanced discussions about licensing its "X1" video operating system to Cox Communications, the third-largest cable operator, according to people familiar with the matter.

  • Google, Samsung announce global patent agreement Sunday, 26 Jan 2014 | 4:00 PM ET

    Jan 26- Google Inc and Samsung Electronics Co Ltd, which are frequently involved in patent infringement lawsuits but not against each other, announced on Sunday that they have reached a global patent cross-licensing agreement.

  • LUANDA, Nov 7- Angola will speed up oil exploration by licensing new blocks- up to 15 every other year- and testing new offshore wells in an area similar to where Brazil has struck new riches across the Atlantic.

  • LUANDA, Nov 7- Angola plans to speed up oil exploration from 2014 by licensing up to 15 new blocks every two years, testing more wells in the promising pre-salt layer and developing its operations in Iraq, the country's oil minister told Reuters on Thursday.

  • LUANDA, Nov 7- Angola plans to speed up oil exploration from 2014 by licensing up to 15 new blocks every two years, testing more wells in the promising pre-salt layer and developing its operations in Iraq, the country's oil minister told Reuters on Thursday.

  • *Comcast beats Street on EPS by four cents. Oct 30- A top Comcast Corp executive said on Wednesday that the company is in talks to license its latest technology, called X1, to other cable operators, which would help the industry better compete with telecom and satellite rivals.

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