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Samsung has won a major victory over Apple in the US Supreme Court in the two companies' long running patent dispute over the iPhone design. The court has ruled unanimously in favour of Samsung which will significantly reduce the amount of compensation the Korean giant will have to pay Apple.



The Vocus Group has announced a deal with Alcatel Submarine Networks to build the Australia Singapore Cable.

Apple iPhone 6s smartphones are shutting down without warning in what is being called the 30% bug.

And more concerns for Apple - this time over its flagship computer. Apple touts up to 10 hours’ wireless Web, iTunes and movie playback and more on its new MacBook Pro with touch bar. But early adopters are finding otherwise.

Google has been caught in an online censorship fight which is going on in Canadian courts even though it was not in any way involved when the dispute began.

A little more than a fifth of phishing threats in the first nine months of this year targeted Google, according to data from the security company Webroot.

Investment by the venture capital arms of big corporations is growing and should reach a little more than a third of all total global venture capital by 2025, a report disseminated by Telstra Ventures claims.

 

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