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Apple, Amazon, and the bitter tale of selling e-books

The U.S. Department of Justice's lawsuit against Apple and five of the largest book publishers in the U.S. is only the latest chapter in the sad saga of the e-book market.
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U.S. Justice Department sues Apple for alleged e-book price-fixing

The U.S. Department of Justice has filed an antitrust lawsuit against Apple and five U.S. book publishers over allegations of e-book price-fixing.
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Samsung’s AMOLED gamble: Lead and your worst enemies will follow

The success of Samsung's fiercest competitors may be its best hope of striking it big in 2012. Here's how Samsung has stacked all its chips on AMOLED, and needs foes from around the industry to start lining up to buy.
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New iPad keyboard case lets you turn your tablet into a MacBook Pro (sort of)

There are quite a few iPad keyboard cases on the market today, but here's one a little different from the rest in that at first glance it looks remarkably like a MacBook Pro.
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Dream sweetener? New app aims to banish nightmares and give us the dreams we want

A psychologist from the UK has helped to develop an app which he hopes will tell us more about the science of dreaming, and to what extent the sounds around us as we sleep influence the nature of our dreams.
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iPhone users get elitist over Instagram for Android launch

Congratulations, Instagram. You know you've arrived when you can ignite new bitterness between Android and iOS users.
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Chinese authorities indict five over teen selling kidney for iPhone and iPad

How badly do you want an iPhone and iPad? A Chinese teen sold his kidney to set his hands on the devices...and authorities have charged five people.
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Flashback on track to be worst Mac malware in decades

Despite some initial skepticism, a Russian company's claim that over 600,000 Macs have fallen prey to Flashback seem to be holding up.
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AT&T will unlock your off-contract iPhone starting this Sunday

A policy shift will allow AT&T's out-of-contract iPhone owners to unlock their devices starting April 8.
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Flashback botnet: The end of the Mac’s malware immunity?

A new variant on Flashback malware exploits a Java vulnerability to install on Macs without any user interaction. Who's vulnerable, how can Mac owners protect themselves, and what does this mean for the future of Mac malware?
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Flashback Trojan hits 300K US Macs, is your computer compromised?

The Flashback Trojan has hit 600,000 Macs worldwide, 300,000 in the US and at least 274 in Cupertino alone. Is your computer safe?
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Steve Jobs’ anti-Android views were ‘just for show,’ says Google co-founder

According to Walter Isaacson's biography of Steve Jobs, the late Apple co-founder was livid with Google, believing the company stole elements of the iOS mobile platform for its own Android operating system. As for Google CEO Larry Page, he…