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Seoul court rejects Samsung's claim that Apple’s iPhone and iPad violated three of its patents

Seoul court rejects Samsung's claim that Apple’s iPhone and iPad violated three

A Thursday ruling by a Seoul court marked another setback for bigwig South Korean device maker Samsung in its patent-infringement scuffle with Apple.

Stem Cell Transplants can be improved by New Drug Regimen

Stem Cell Transplants can be improved by New Drug Regimen

As per new research by Dana-Farber Cancer Institute team, adding Velcade to standard preventive therapy for graft-versus host disease (GVHD) offering much better result for patients accepting stem-cell transplant from unrelated donors. Lead author to the study, John Koreth, MBBS, DPhil added that the regimen improved the acceptance of stem cells.

China Reports Strong Export Numbers for November

China Reports Strong Export Numbers for November

China has reported strong numbers for November giving strong indication of stable recovery. The second largest economy witnessed 12.7 per cent rise in exports, which were above the expectations of market analysts. Reuters poll had forecast 7.1 percent rise in exports during November.

Graphene Termed as Thinnest and Strongest Material

Graphene has been termed as thinnest and strongest material

Graphene has been termed as thinnest and strongest material known so far. In a research paper published in journal AIP Advances, team of researcher from Boulder, Colorado has managed to create thin films of Graphene in a two-step process. Graphene could find application in creating cheaper solar cells, space suits, electric circuits and sensors.

AT&T claims to have added nearly 1 million wireless customers in 2013 Q3

AT&T claims to have added nearly 1 million wireless customers in 2013 Q3

In its 2103 third-quarter earnings report released on Wednesday, leading US wireless carrier AT&T revealed that it added approximately 1 million wireless customers during the quarter.

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