VIDEO: Truce: Apple, Samsung End Patent Wars Outside U.S.

Apple and Samsung, the world’s two biggest smartphone makers, have put an end to their patent disputes outside the U.S. WSJ’s Ramy Inocencio talks with Foss Patents blog author Florian Mueller in Munich on the reason for the truce.




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VIDEO: Justin Bieber se disculpa por subir una foto en un santuario controversial de la 2ª Guerra Mundial en Japón

Justin Bieber visitó el controversial Santuario Yasukuni en Tokio, Japón, el cual honra soldados de la 2ª Guerra Mundial incluyendo criminales de guerra, lo que causó furia entre sus fanes asiáticos.




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VIDEO: Ousted Egyptian President Morsi on Trial

Former Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi and 14 others are on trial in Cairo, sparking protests by the Muslim Brotherhood. Morsi and the other defendants could face the death penalty if convicted. (Nov. 4)




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VIDEO: Ousted Egyptian Pres. Morsi’s Trial Adjourned

Former Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi and 14 others went on trial in Cairo, sparking protests by the Muslim Brotherhood. Egyptian state TV reports the trial was adjourned until January 8th. (Nov. 4)




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VIDEO: Women Drive Protest in Saudi Arabia

Saudi women got behind the wheel on Saturday, kicking off a campaign protesting the ban on women driving in the kingdom. Though no specific Saudi law bans women from driving, women are not issued licenses. (Oct. 26)




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VIDEO: Today in History for October 22nd

Highlights of this day in history: A Cold War crisis over Cuba leads to brink of nuclear war; Shah of Iran allowed into U.S. for treatment; ‘Pretty Boy’ Floyd killed; Last victim slain in D.C. sniper shootings; Cellist Pablo Casals dies. (Oct. 22)




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VIDEO: Raw: Indian Officials: Few Deaths in Big Cyclone

Mass evacuations spared India the widespread deaths many had feared from a powerful cyclone that roared ashore over the weekend, officials said Sunday, as the country sorted through the wreckage. (Oct. 13)




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VIDEO: Raw: 3 at US Schools Win Chemistry Nobel

Martin Karplus, Michael Levitt and Arieh Warshel won this year’s Nobel Prize in chemistry for laying the foundation for computer models used to understand chemical processes. Karplus researches at Harvard, Levitt at Stanford and Warshel at USC. (Oct. 9)




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VIDEO: Raw: Suspected US Drug Smuggler Deported

Police say an American described as a “leading drug lord” with a network spanning Asia and the United States has been sent to the U.S. on a chartered plane following his arrest in Thailand. (Sept. 27)




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