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Qualcomm sued by New York state for political donation data

Qualcomm CHIP DESIGNER Qualcomm has been sued by New York’s Comptroller for information on the firm’s political donations. Qualcomm is alleged to have refused the New York State Common Retirement Fund (NYSCRF) access to data on its political donations that were made with investors’ money. New York State Comptroller Thomas DiNapoli said the fund “has a right to be properly …

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Metro: Last Light is out now on PC, Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3

Metro: Last Light is out now Post-apocalyptic survival FPS game Metro: Last Light is out now. The game is available on the PC, Xbox 360 and the PlayStation 3. While these games are available at retail stores, the PC version is also available on digital distribution platform Steam where it costs $49.99 (approximately Rs 2,744). In retail, the PC version …

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Are hybrid laptops the future?

Gone are the days where you had to sit and wait while your heavy desktop connected to a less than efficient dial-up Internet system. Now, you can surf the net 24-hours a day on multiple devices and enjoy high quality surfing speeds whether you’re at home or on the go. Technological developments have completely changed the way we interact and …

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Sculpteo demos 3D printable iPhone

Sculpteo demos iPhone LAS VEGAS — There are bazillion different types of iPhone cases out here, and a company here wants to help people make their very own right from their iPhone. Sculpteo, who is presenting at CES Unveiled, is in the 3D printing business and has a product that lets people design and create an iPhone case that captures 3D …

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Dish declares the death of commercials

Dish declares the death Dish is taking its digital video recorder, the Hopper, national today, and it’s doing it with an ad that declares the death of TV advertisements. The campaign is just the latest salvo in a fight between Dish and the major broadcast networks, including CBS, the parent company of CNET. Dish and the broadcasters are tussling over …

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