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The Supreme Court Takes a New Case on the Standard for Invalidating Patents

The U.S. Supreme Court recently agreed to hear an appeal regarding the evidentiary standard for invalidating patents. The case involves a judgment against Microsoft Corporation in favor of i4i Limited Partnership. If the Court accepts Microsoft's arguments, it could be good news for the FOSS community. Read more... read more...

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Judge Dismisses Allen's Massive Patent Lawsuit

In a setback for Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen, a federal judge has dismissed his patent lawsuit charging eight prominent technology companies with infringement, though he is eligible to refile.

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Amazon EC2 Cloud Scores PCI Compliance

Amazon has scored a coup in advancing its Web Services cloud platform, announcing that it has received PCI-DSS 2.0 certification, an important sign-off for enterprise adoption.

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Google Issues Security Update for Chrome 8

Google has released version 8.0.552.224 of Chrome to its Stable and Beta channels to address a total of five vulnerabilities in the WebKit-based browser, two of which are rated as "High" priority...

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Official Open Source Driver for Kinect

PrimeSense has released OpenNI, a complete open source API which can be used to directly control 3D cameras such as Microsoft's Kinect and link them with other applications...

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