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+ - Microsoft Buys Nokia's Phone Business-> 1

Submitted by Frosty Piss
Frosty Piss (770223) writes "Microsoft is buying practically all of Nokia’s handset business as part of a $7.2 billion deal, the two companies announced today. Microsoft is paying for Nokia’s Devices and Services Business. In addition, it is paying to license Nokia’s patents and to license and use Nokia’s mapping services. Microsoft using its overseas cash reserves to fund the transaction, which is expected to close in the first quarter of 2014, subject to approval by Nokia’s shareholders and regulatory approval, according to a news release."
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Comment: Re:Can search results be copyrighted? (Score 4, Interesting) 155

by avjt (#39888153) Attached to: Oracle Vs. Google and the Right To Use APIs
Tried the links -- and the Bing link didn't show the copyright notice anywhere. Then I realized that Bing has identified my country, India. Clicked on that, changed it to United States - English ... lo and behold, the copyright notice appeared at the bottom of the page! Now what's going on?
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+ - Linked List Patented in 2006

Submitted by Anonymous Coward
An anonymous reader writes "Congratulations are in order to Ming-Jen Wang of LSI Logic Corporation who, in patent #10260471 managed to invent the linked list. From the abstract, "A computerized list is provided with auxiliary pointers for traversing the list in different sequences. One or more auxiliary pointers enable a fast, sequential traversal of the list with a minimum of computational time. Such lists may be used in any application where lists may be reordered for various purposes." Good-bye doubly linked list. We should also give praise to the extensive patent review performed by Cochran Freund & Young LLP."

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