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  Agincourt claims Zynga is violating two of its patents related to systems for redeeming prizes in games. The patents were awarded in 2001 and 2004.

Zynga accused of patent infringement

Updated: 8/18/2011 11:01 PM

  In the latest case, HTC sought unspecified damages and a ban that would prevent Apple from using the three technologies in question.

HTC sues Apple in latest round of patent dispute

Updated: 8/18/2011 11:01 PM

  Samsung's latest weapon is the newly upgraded Galaxy Tab 10.1, which lays legitimate claim to the title of Best Tablet That Isn't an iPad.

Review: Galaxy Tab in same class as iPad 2

Updated: 8/18/2011 11:01 PM

  A million Internet users have flocked to the fantasy world of "Rift" since its March release, in a trend that threatens games consoles such as Sony Corp.'s PlayStation and Microsoft Corp.'s Xbox. By 2013, revenue from games that can be played online...

'Rift' pulls 1 million gamers online

Updated: 8/18/2011 07:28 PM

  Well before the iPhone, BlackBerry gained its "CrackBerry" nickname for its seemingly vital place in users' lives. Lately, however, the surging popularity of Apple's gadget and smartphones running Google's Android software has made the BlackBerry...

New BlackBerrys improved, but lackluster

Updated: 8/18/2011 07:28 PM

  Eric Schmidt, the executive chairman of Google, has called them the "gang of four." They are the four titans of tech: Google, Apple, Facebook and Amazon. And they are impossible to escape, tapping nearly every consumer's wallet and holding vast...

Four titans in race to dominate tech industry

Updated: 8/18/2011 02:21 PM

  When Google purchases Motorola Mobility, it also will buy more than 17,000 patents it can use to defend against allegations of infringement as competition accelerates in the $206.6 billion mobile-phone market.

Google's Motorola move undermines Samsung-led handset makers

Updated: 8/18/2011 02:21 PM

  If you've ever used a fake cellphone conversation to avoid real-life interactions, you're not alone. The Pew Internet & American Life Project says that 13 percent of adult mobile phone owners in the U.S. have used the old "I'm on the phone" tactic.

Survey: Cellphones a lifeline, boredom staller

Updated: 8/18/2011 02:21 PM

  Co-founders and Harvard alumni, Jinhee Kim and Sarah Paiji, announced the beta launch of Snapette, an application that enables fashion-savvy women to discover and share photos of in-store products by location and social recommendations.

Fashion gets mobile with new Snapette app

Updated: 8/18/2011 02:21 PM

  A man working on a power line was electrocuted and send to the hospital with significant injuries Saturday evening in Naperville, fire officials said.

Contractor electrocuted at Naperville's Monarch Landing

Updated: 8/20/2011 11:37 PM

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