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|July 6, 2010 FindLaw.com Cyber Law Newsletter |
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NEW & NOTEWORTHY
- NH gov to sign bill on emergency phone msgs
- Worker in trouble for snarky iPhone-Evo video
- Spy suspects allegedly used regular consumer tech
- Feds disable movie piracy websites in raids
- Cisco Cius: iPad-Like Tablet for Businesses Coming Soon
- China installs 40,000 security cameras in Urumqi
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- iPhone 4 Antenna Issues Lead to Class Action Lawsuits
- Nokia in $200 million modem deal with Renesas
- Tech customers question industry's takeover spree
- Disney acquires iPhone game maker Tapulous
- Utah immigrant e-verification program has loophole
- Yahoo board approves up to $3 billion of buybacks
- Facebook launches 'permissions' for apps, websites
NEW & NOTEWORTHY:
SPY SUSPECTS ALLEGEDLY USED REGULAR CONSUMER TECH
(AP) - Before James Bond heads out on a mission, he has to stop in Q's laboratory for custom-made gadgets such as an exploding watch. Life wasn't so dashing for the suspected Russian spies arrested this week: They allegedly relied heavily on off-the-shelf consumer electronics. Read more...
CISCO CIUS: IPAD-LIKE TABLET FOR BUSINESSES COMING SOON
(FindLaw's Technologist) - After the massive success of the Apple iPad, Cisco is releasing the Cius in 2011, a tablet designed for business use that runs on Android software. The device (pronounced "see us") is set up with virtual desktop integration, meaning that the device will provide the same experience as the office computer. In addition, the device will include Cisco collaboration and communication applications, high definition video streaming, multi-way video conferencing and full access to view and edit content stored both on the business premises and in the cloud. Read more...
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TECH CUSTOMERS QUESTION INDUSTRY'S TAKEOVER SPREE
(AP) - The world's largest technology companies have been on a buying spree, spending billions to snap up smaller companies. And often the buyers say they're doing it for their customers - businesses, hospitals, schools and government agencies. Read more...
DISNEY ACQUIRES IPHONE GAME MAKER TAPULOUS
(AP) - The Walt Disney Co. said Thursday it acquired Tapulous, the maker of the popular iPhone play-along music game Tap Tap Revenge, to bolster its ability to create mobile games and gain another toehold in Silicon Valley. Read more...
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