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  • Visitors inspect Samsung Electronics Co.'s Galaxy S II smartphones at the World IT Show 2011 in Seoul, South Korea, on Wednesday, May 11, 2011.

    Samsung will fight Apple's efforts to ban sales of some of its smartphones in the U.S., the Korean electronics partner said on Tuesday, according to a report.

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    The Federal Aviation Administration is studying whether passengers might one day be able to use mobile devices during all stages of flight.

  • Google Inc. unveiled a $199 handheld computer called the Nexus 7 that features a 7-inch screen and is designed to help the company vie with Apple Inc., Microsoft Corp. and Amazon.com Inc. in the surging market for tablets.

    Steven P. Jobs minced no words when talking about Android, Google’s mobile operating system, which he saw as too similar to the iPhone’s. He told his biographer, Walter Isaacson, that Android was “a stolen product” and said, “I’m willing to go thermonuclear war on this.”

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    Just how big can the iPad market get? As investors parse the rumors of a new mini-iPad launch from Apple this fall, that's got to be the main question.

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    Check out which companies are making headlines after the bell Monday:

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    A U.S. court’s ruling that Samsung infringed on Apple’s patents is less about the $1.05 billion in damages that Samsung will have to shell out and more about how the ruling will impact the smartphone competitive landscape, one analyst said.

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    The tablet wars are heating up. Apple's so-called "iPad mini'' is scheduled to debut in October, according to a news report.

  • NASDAQ

    It takes 17 Nasdaq 100 stocks to match Apple’s point impact on the index this year.

  • Technology stocks and casino companies do not have much in common. At least, that's what traders on Friday's Options Action figured. They made the case that big technology stocks are on their way lower, and Las Vegas Sands is set for a bullish breakout.

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    Stocks rallied to close near session highs Friday after Bernanke reiterated that there is further room for the central bank to act.

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    Garbage is dirty and stinky and once it's out of sight, it's out of mind. But the truth is, garbage is a good indicator of the economy and right now, some say it's flashing a warning signal.

  • Apple CEO Tim Cook delivers the keynote address during the Apple 2012 World Wide Developers Conference (WWDC) at Moscone West on June 11, 2012 in San Francisco, California.

    Our calendars tell us it's been exactly one year since Tim Cook took over as CEO of Apple. And it's true – Steve Jobs resigned a year ago, recommended Cook, and the board promoted him.

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    The late Steve Jobs is now living in a 'parallel universe' as a 'mid-level angel,' a Thai Buddhist temple claims.

  • Perez Hilton

    Some entrepreneurs like blogger Perez Hilton have hired their mothers. See whether hiring a trusted relative is right business move for your venture.

  • Amazon

    Amazon will host a press conference event in early September where it is widely expected to unveil a new tablet, the Internet company announced on Thursday

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    A new survey reveals how business travelers use mobile devices on the road. Besides the obvious checking email and reading news, some report the likelihood of boss-blushing video chats.

  • Stocks eased off their session lows to close mixed Wednesday after the Federal Reserve left the door open for another round of monetary stimulus "fairly soon."

  • Hewlett Packard

    For all the talk of the death of the PC due to the dominance of Apple and Google, Hewlett-Packard is growing modestly in other areas of its business. TheStreet.com reports.

  • A win for Apple in its lawsuit alleging that Samsung copied its technology could mean trouble down the road, UBS Managing Director Steven Milunovich told CNBC on Wednesday.

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    The dream of running your own business sometimes blinds people to the world's ugly realities.