United States: Google's Rule 62.1 Motion Granted Ahead Of Appeal - Winston & Strawn LLP

On December 6, 2021, Judge Albright granted Google's motion for indicative ruling under Federal Rule of Civil Procedure 62.1 ("FRCP 62.1") related to one claim in the patent-at-issue in WSOU Investments LLC d/b/a Brazos Licensing and Development v. Google LLC f/k/a Inc.
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You Can't Lure Employees Back To the Office

An anonymous reader quotes a report from ZDNet, written by Steven J. Vaughan-Nichols: Months have gone by, and the great resignation keeps rolling along. Some people thought that people would come flocking back to the office once generous unemployment benefits ended. Nope. Wrong. Months after Republican states cut the $300-a-week Federal benefit and other benefits expired, there has been no rush to return to the workforce. There are many reasons for this. People don't want to catch COVID-19; peo...
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Google discontinues the Google Home Mini - news

Google’s Nest Home products have long succeeded the “Google Home” speaker. #homemini
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Philadelphia Woman Gives Birth in Front Seat of Tesla on Autopilot

A Philadelphia mother has given birth to what is believed to be the world's first Tesla baby: an infant delivered in the front seat of an electric smart car while it was driving on autopilot. From a report: The remarkable delivery, reported by the Philadelphia Inquirer, took place in September while Yiran Sherry, 33, and her husband Keating Sherry, 34, were taking their three-year-old son Rafa to pre-school. Yiran Sherry's waters broke while the family was stuck in traffic. With contractions inc...
Tags: Tech, Tesla, Philadelphia, Philadelphia Inquirer, Rafa, Yiran Sherry, Keating Sherry, Philadelphia Woman Gives Birth in Front Seat

TikTok tops Google to win Cloudflare’s 2021 traffic ratings

Other Chinese properties also doing very well TikTok became the world’s most popular web site during 2021, according to Cloudflare’s Radar service.…
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Inside Ubisoft's Unprecedented 'Exodus' of Developers

Colleagues across Ubisoft have names for the procession of developers who have departed over the past 18 months: "the great exodus" and "the cut artery." Across the company's global network of studios, which at 20,000-plus employees is one of gaming's largest workforces, many developers have decided it's time to quit. And many of their colleagues describe a flow of goodbyes that they've never seen before. Axios reports: Top-name talent is leaving, with at least five of the top 25-credited people...
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iPhone 14 Pro To Feature 48-Megapixel Camera, Periscope Lens Coming 2023

Apple plans to add a 48-megapixel camera lens to the iPhone next year, followed by a periscope lens in 2023, according to analyst Ming-Chi Kuo. MacRumors reports: In a research note today with TF International Securities, obtained by MacRumors, Kuo said these iPhone camera upgrades over the next two years will help to boost Taiwanese manufacturer Largan Precision's market share, revenue, and profit. Kuo did not provide any further details, but he has previously claimed that the 48-megapixel came...
Tags: Apple, Samsung, Tech, Kuo, Largan Precision, TF International Securities, Megapixel Camera Periscope Lens, Ming Chi Kuo MacRumors

How to set up Xbox Game Streaming and play games on your phone

Want to play your Xbox One and Series X/S games on your phone or PC no matter where you are? Now you can thanks to Xbox Remote Play. Here's how to get started.
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Google is turning off the controls for OnHub routers at the end of 2022

Google’s insistence on cloud-based controls for its networking products has occasionally caused issues, even though it was supposed to make life with OnHub routers simple. Now it will be a reason... #networkingproducts #changeove
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The best ringtones for iOS and Android

Smartphones ship with a variety of ringtones, but you don't have to settle for the company-chosen sounds. Our ringtone app picks offer plenty of alternatives.
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The data must flow: America's 'Team Telecom' backs switch-on of Google and Meta's US-APAC undersea cable

Who's TT when it's at home? The DoJ, Defense dept, and Homeland Security Security agencies in the United States have recommended the FCC approves the switch-on of a mega US-to-APAC undersea cable, the Pacific Light Cable Network, after Google and Meta signed an agreement promising to restrict China-based firm Pacific Light Data Communications Co Ltd's "access to information and infrastructure."…
Tags: Google, Fcc, China, US, Software, United States, Meta, APAC, Pacific Light Cable Network, America s Team Telecom, Homeland Security Security, Pacific Light Data Communications Co Ltd

The best AirPods cases for 2022

Your AirPods case can benefit from a protective case to keep the dust out and make the wireless earbuds easier to manage. Here are the best for your AirPods!
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Google OnHub Router Support Ending In 2022

Before Google Wifi was announced alongside the original Pixel phone, Google a year earlier released OnHub-branded routers from Asus and TP-Link. In late 2022, Google will end support for OnHub routers that will be seven years old at that time. 9to5Google reports: At six years old, currently, Google said "a lot has changed" in the router landscape, and that it will end support for them on December 19, 2022. This is according to emails that customers (via Droid-Life) have been receiving and a new ...
Tags: Google, Asus, Tech, Google Home, Google Wifi, Nest Wifi

How to Control Your HomePod: The Basics

You’ve got a brand new HomePod, and it’s time to make the most of it. Whether it’s Apple’s first-generation smart speaker or the smaller HomePod mini, there are a lot of ways to interact with your device. Let’s take a look at the most basic ways to control your HomePod, using it to listen to your favorite music. Control the HomePod Using Siri Obviously (or maybe not), you can control your HomePod using Siri. Just say, “Hey Siri, play music by The Eagles,” and you’ll be listening to “Hotel Cali...
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Paramount Plus combines on-demand streaming with live CBS sports — you can sign up for plans starting at $5 a month

Prices are accurate at the time of publication.When you buy through our links, Insider may earn an affiliate commission. Learn more. Paramount Plus has ad-supported and ad-free plans.Paramount Plus Paramount Plus is a streaming service with content from CBS, Nickelodeon, Comedy Central, and more. Subscribers can also watch live sports and exclusive original shows, like "1883."  Paramount Plus starts at $5/month with ads, and new members can get a 30-day free trial. Paramount Plus Essent...
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Many retailers extended their return windows for the holidays — here are the return and exchange deadlines for 30 popular stores

Prices are accurate at the time of publication.When you buy through our links, Insider may earn an affiliate commission. Learn more. Holiday returns don't have to be hectic. Find everything you need to know about the return policies from 30 popular retailers like Amazon and Apple.Business Insider Holiday shopping is hectic enough without considering the returns you may have to make. Luckily, many retailers extend their holiday return windows to make the process a little easier. To help av...
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Apple Releases Safari Technology Preview 137 With Bug Fixes and Performance Improvements

Apple today released a new update for Safari Technology Preview, the experimental browser Apple first introduced in March 2016. Apple designed the ‌Safari Technology Preview‌ to test features that may be introduced into future release versions of Safari. ‌Safari Technology Preview‌ release 137 includes bug fixes and performance improvements for Web Inspector, CSS, JavaScript, WebAssembly, Experimental Model Element, Accessibility, Web API, Content Security Policy, Media, Apple Pay, and Web Ex...
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Despite EU Court Rulings, Facebook Says US Is Safe To Receive Europeans' Data

Despite the European Union's highest court twice declaring that the United States does not offer sufficient protection for Europeans' data from American national security agencies, the social media giant's lawyers continue to disagree, according to internal documents seen by POLITICO. Their conclusion that the U.S. is safe for EU data is part of Facebook's legal argument for it to be able to continue shipping data across the Atlantic. From the report: In July 2020, the Court of Justice of the Eu...
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Apple's Updated 3D Maps With Custom Landmarks Available in Philadelphia

Apple recently rolled out its updated 3D mapping experience in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, according to both Apple's iOS 15 features page and reports on Twitter. With the launch of iOS 15 in September, Apple introduced an updated Apple Maps experience with 3D maps that feature additional detail and custom-designed landmarks in select cities. At launch, the updated Maps app was limited to major cities like Los Angeles, New York City, London, and San Francisco, but Apple has been working to ex...
Tags: Apple, Washington, San Francisco, San Diego, Philadelphia, Apple Maps, San Francisco Bay Area, Philadelphia Pennsylvania, Los Angeles New York City London

The US Could Reliably Run On Clean Energy By 2050

An anonymous reader quotes a report from Popular Science: The Biden administration has pledged to create a carbon-free energy sector by 2035, but because renewable resources generate only around 19 percent of US electricity as of 2020, climate experts warn that our transition to a green grid future needs to speed up. A group of researchers at Stanford led by Mark Jacobson, professor of civil and environmental engineering, has set out to prove that a 100 percent renewable energy grid by 2050 is n...
Tags: Stanford, US, Tech, Renewable Energy, Biden, Gulf of Mexico, Mark Jacobson, Jacobson, Energy Information Administration Current, Anna Katharina von Krauland

Google will stop updating its OnHub Wi-Fi routers soon

Google was selling its OnHub routers as late as 2017, and you can even still find them for sale, but they won't be supported beyond 2022.
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How to organize your home screen on your iPhone

There are plenty of ways to organize your app collection on the screen so things are easy to find. We show you several ways to do it in iOS 14 and iOS 13.
Tags: Iphone, Apple, Mobile, Trends, How-to, Ios 14, App Library, Apple iOS 14

The NCA Shares 585 Million Passwords With 'Have I Been Pwned'

The UK National Crime Agency has shared a collection of more than 585 million compromised passwords it found during an investigation with Have I Been Pwned, a website that indexes data from security breaches. The Record reports: The NCA now becomes the second law enforcement agency to officially supply HIBP with hacked passwords after the US Federal Bureau of Investigations began a similar collaboration with the service back in May. In a blog post today, Troy Hunt, HIBP creator Troy Hunt said th...
Tags: UK, Tech, NCA, Hunt, Troy Hunt, UK National Crime Agency, US Federal Bureau of Investigations

How to remove malware and viruses from your Android phone

Downloaded an infected app? Our guide will show you the steps to take and some recommended security measures.
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How to boost your cell signal

We’ll show you how to get better cell reception and ways to increase your cell phone signal strength so you can stop running around looking for that extra bar.
Tags: Apple, Android, Mobile, Trends, How-to, Phones, Tier 4

Google is killing off its OnHub routers, easing the pain with Nest Wifi discounts

In 2015, Google launched OnHub, a $200 router-smart home hub hybrid with an easy-to-use app to manage it. Just about a year later, it launched Google Wifi, a less expensive router that dropped...
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Common Samsung Galaxy S21, S21+, and S21 Ultra problems and how to solve them

Has your Samsung Galaxy S20, S20+, or S20 Ultra got issues? We present some of the most common problems and provide you with solutions and tips.
Tags: Android, Mobile, Samsung, Trends, How-to, Samsung Galaxy, Galaxy S21, S21 Ultra, Samsung Galaxy S21 Release, S21 Plus

Bitcoin's 'One Percent' Controls 27% of All Circulating Coins, Study Finds

An anonymous reader quotes a report from Cointelegraph: Less than 1% of the biggest Bitcoin (BTC) hodlers allegedly control more than a quarter of all BTC in circulation, according to a new study. The National Bureau of Economic Research, an American private nonprofit research organization, released a study claiming that 10,000 Bitcoin investors, or 0.01% of all BTC holders, own 5 million BTC, or 27% of all 18.9 million coins in circulation. The amount of BTC held by the "one percent" is equival...
Tags: Tech, Bitcoin, National Bureau of Economic Research, London School Of Economics, Wall Street Journal, Btc, WSJ, Satoshi Nakamoto, Satoshi, Antoinette Schoar, MIT Sloan School of Management, Greenspan, United States Federal Reserve, Igor Makarov, Mati Greenspan, Cointelegraph

Quinn Emanuel Will Allow Lawyers To Work Remotely, Indefinitely, From Anywhere In The Country

Is this the first of many Am Law 100 firms to make such a move? The post Quinn Emanuel Will Allow Lawyers To Work Remotely, Indefinitely, From Anywhere In The Country appeared first on Above the Law.
Tags: Work From Home, Technology, Law, Remote Work, Biglaw, Quote Of The Day, Quinn Emanuel

Legal Bloggers Building On Each Other’s Work

In a recent tweet, tech entrepreneur and the inventor of blogging, Dave Winer hits on what I see legal blogging being all about.Building upon each other’s blogging, as opposed to each blog pretending to be the center of the world. Maybe in 2023 journalism can work on giving users a better experience, because we read more than one publication. Wouldn't it be great if you all built off each others work, instead of pretending each of you is the whole world?— Dave Winer (@davewiner) December 19, 20...
Tags: Google, Law, Uncategorized, New York Times Magazine, Dave Winer, Pauline Boss, Meg Bernard

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