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Samsung appeals a German decision that would ban it from selling its Galaxy tablet computer in most of the European Union.
San Francisco area officials blocked cell phone service to thwart a protest.
Chinese hackers continue to attack the Gmail accounts of U.S. government officials.
Company manages to settle lawsuit with patent troll for $0 and no non-disclosure obligations, highlighting the frivolity of lawsuits instigated by patent trolls.
The band Kings of Leon opens up about the band members’ struggles with drug use.
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