Apple is required to state Samsung didn’t copy the iPad on their website


And the statement must stay there for six months. Ouch!

Early last week, UK Judge Colin Birss ruled that the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 wasn’t cool enough to be confused with the iPad and therefore did not infringe upon Apple’s intellectual property.

Today, Judge Birss has made orders forcing Apple to publicly state that fact as advertisements in newspapers and magazines (specifically the Daily Mail, the Financial Times, Guardian Mobile magazine and T3) and on their web site for six months.

Bloomberg is reporting the decision based on a draft copy of the ruling provided by Samsung’s legal team.

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10 productive ways to use Youtube!

We watch YouTube almost every day. I mean, even if we didn’t want to there’d be some instances where we need to log in. I’m a bit apprehensive about using YouTube especially at work because most of the times, the things that pop up are NSFW. However, I’m a big fan of YouTube and these tools make sure that we don’t end up in the YouTube loop, but make things a little more useful, effective and fun for all of us.

1. Download Audio from any YouTube videos the easy way

So you like that new Lady Gaga song and the video is out on YouTube, but you want it as a ringtone for your mobile, and you don’t want to go through the messy process of using a video editing program to rip off the music. What do you do ? Use this website, copy paste the URL of the video and let it rip off the music in mp3 format for you. Download it to your cellphone and you’re done. Easy as that.


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Golf-Ball-Inspired Nike Track Suit Has Speed Holes, for Speed

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The current record for the 100-meter dash is more than three years old. It was set back in 2009 by Jamaica’s Usain Bolt, who ran it in 9.58 seconds. The women’s record is even older–it was set by Florence Griffith-Joyner24years ago.

Both records will be challenged by professional athletes in London two months from now, and Nike has unveiled the high-tech garment that will empower athletes from America, Germany, China, and Russia to do so.

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