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V-Moda Crossfade 2 Wireless Codex Edition review: Exquisite sound, supreme comfort

V-Moda’s Crossfade 2 gets an upgrade for 2018.

V-Moda initially started out with headphones aimed at DJs and music producers, and got its first break in consumer tech making third-party headphones for iPhones and iPods. Over the years, the brand became associated with flamboyant designs that offered a high degree of customization, and that’s the case with its latest product as well.

The Crossfade 2 Codex is an upgraded variant of last year’s Crossfade 2 Wireless that  [Read More…]

Supreme Court rules that police need warrants to get phone location info

The decision was ruled in favor with a 5-4 vote.

The United States Supreme Court issued a ruling on June 22 stating that police must first get an official warrant before they can use cell tower data to track someone’s location.

This ruling comes from the Carpenter v. United States case that dates back six years to 2011. Timothy Carpenter was arrested for a robbery in Detroit during that year, but only after police tracked down 12,898  [Read More…]

Supreme Court to decide what’s required to get location records from your carrier

The appeal of a 2011 case where 12,898 pieces of evidence were gathered without a warrant is being heard by the highest court in the land.

The Supreme Court has agreed to hear a case to decide if government officers need a warrant to access your cell phone’s location history. The ACLU is co-counsel in the Carpenter v United States case, which is the first of its kind to be heard by the court as previous petitions were denied.

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U.S. Supreme Court rules in Samsung’s favor in iPhone patent battle

Samsung and Apple are still fighting it out in the U.S., and the country’s top court has just ruled in the Galaxy maker’s favor.

The U.S. Supreme Court has ruled in Samsung’s favor in its ongoing design patent war with Apple, throwing out an earlier ruling that Samsung would have to pay the iPhone maker $ 399 million for infringing on its design patents, and giving Samsung a chance to win back some of the damages  [Read More…]

U.S. Supreme Court won’t take up legal challenge to Google’s book-scanning project

The U.S. Supreme Court has decided not to take on a legal challenge to Google’s book-scanning project by a group of authors. That means a previous ruling by the 2nd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in Google’s favor will stand.

Google first began scanning millions of books in 2004 so that users can search their text for words and phrases. In 2005, a group of writers, along with the Authors Guild filed a lawsuit against Google, stating  [Read More…]

Apple asks Supreme Court to reject Samsung’s appeal in ongoing patent battle

Apple has requested that the U.S. Supreme Court reject Samsung’s latest appeal in the ongoing patent case between the two tech giants. As reported by Re/Code, Apple submitted a written argument to the court in which it called the case “unexceptional:”

“Samsung had its day in court — many days, in fact — and the properly instructed jury was well-justified in finding that Samsung copied Apple’s designs and should pay the damages that the statute expressly authorizes,”  [Read More…]

Samsung appeals its ongoing patent fight with Apple to the U.S. Supreme Court

Samsung has formally filed a motion, asking the Supreme Court of the United States to overturn the verdict in the patent case between the company and Apple. In its motion to the court, Samsung states its belief that the jury in the case wasn’t given enough information to understand the patent issues at hand. Additionally, Samsung is raising an issue as to how design patents are calculated.

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Samsung wants to take its patent fight with Apple to the Supreme Court

Samsung is planning to take its ongoing tussle with Apple to the Supreme Court, according to recently filed court documents. Following a rejection by the U.S. Federal Circuit Court of Appeals to reconsider a decision that could see Samsung paying out hundreds of millions to Apple, Samsung is hoping to take its case to the highest court.

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Google asking Supreme Court to put an end to Street View class action lawsuit

Google is petitioning the Supreme Court to dismiss one of the Google Street View lawsuits.

Google Street View vehicles would scan unencrypted and open Wifi networks to help find the Street View cars location, which led to cries of privacy violations, and ultimately lawsuits.

    

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Shadowgun brings Gears of War style gaming and supreme shooting to Android. [Game Reviews]

Since NVIDIA burst onto the mobile scene early this year with its Tegra II dual-core processor, we’ve seen Android take a big leap in terms of graphics and overall gameplay. Few games illustrate those advancements as well as Madfinger Game’s Shadowgun. ($ 4.99 USD, optimized for Tegra II devices.)

Shadowgun is an action adventure game set in a world where mercenaries act on behalf  [Read More…]