Seagate's Fate in Convolve/MIT Suit May be Sealed

From DailyTech: Seagate is the world's largest maker of hard drives which go into computers and a myriad of other electronic devices. The technology and hardware behind hard drives is closely guarded and in many cases protected by patents and NDAs.

Google Dreams Big for Google Voice, Cloud Offerings

From DailyTech: Cloud computing is already being used by consumers and businesses with services like Google Apps and Google Voice. Many are hesitant to put their information on cloud systems outside of their control, but Google still sees cloud computing as the future and has big plans for the concept.

LCD TV Market to Return to Growth in 2010

From DailyTech: The poor global economy hit the electronics industry hard. LCD TV makers were hard hit right along with computer makers and other companies. The economy is slowly starting to come back though and DisplaySearch has released its LCD TV numbers for Q3 2009.

Apple wins appeal in earbud hearing-loss lawsuit

From CNET News.com: Just because something can benefit from some improvement doesn't mean that it's necessarily bad for you. That's basically what a San Francisco appeals court said when it upheld a previous ruling that Apple iPod earbuds cannot be held responsible for hearing loss, according to a Reuters report.

Leading Makers of SSDs Boost Performance with Firmware Update

From X-bit Labs: Corsair Memory and OCZ Technology Group, two leading suppliers of DRAM- and flash-based computer components, recently updated Firmware on select solid-state drives (SSDs) to add so-called “Trim” function and boost performance of those SSDs under Windows 7 operating system (OS).

Microsoft devising Office for netbooks

From InfoWorld: Microsoft is bending its Office franchise toward netbooks and developing packages that are unique to that market, according to the head of the company's business division.

Speaking at Tuesday's Morgan Stanley Technology Conference, Stephen Elop, president of Microsoft's business division, which oversees Office among other software, said the Wave 14 of Office products would incorporate netbooks into its overall product plans.

LG Develops Cell Phone for US Mobile DTV Standard

From PC World: LG Electronics has developed handheld terminals compatible with the U.S. mobile digital TV format and will show them at next week's International Consumer Electronics Show, it said Thursday.

Apple wins appeal in earbud hearing-loss lawsuit

From CNET News.com: Just because something can benefit from some improvement doesn't mean that it's necessarily bad for you. That's basically what a San Francisco appeals court said when it upheld a previous ruling that Apple iPod earbuds cannot be held responsible for hearing loss, according to a Reuters report.

Report: Apple event to be held January 26

From CNET News.com: Whatever news Apple has up its sleeve--tablet or no--it appears something will be announced on January 26, if an unnamed source of Fox News' turns out to be correct.

AT&T Wants to Abandon Wireline Phone Service

From DailyTech: There is a big change underway in the way Americans get voice communications. Years ago, most consumers used plain old wire phone services. As wireless services have come along more and more users are migrating to mobile phones as their preferred voice access, many are also turning to cheaper VoIP phone access.

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