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NHL 12: Unopposed and still untouchable

Running unopposed for the first time in recent memory, the highly regarded NHL series brings dozens of new features to the franchise.

By September 7, 2011


Judge: Patents in Apple-HTC settlement deal can't be sealed

A California judge says the list of patents included in Apple and HTC's settlement cannot be sealed as part of Apple's court spat with Samsung.

By December 3, 2012


Samsung wants details of Apple's settlement with HTC

In a court filing this afternoon, Samsung requests that Apple provide a copy of its patent license agreement with HTC.

By November 16, 2012


Samsung in Apple patent talks: Rock vs. hard place

Now we know that Apple came to Samsung to offer it a deal to license its patents, but it's not that simple. There were "untouchables."

By August 13, 2012


Revolver-shaped screwdriver guns for your fix-it projects

The Drill Gun Power Screwdriver is more than meets the eye. It looks like a revolver, but it's for screwing screws rather than shooting bullets.

By August 22, 2012


Apple licensed its designs to Microsoft, but barred 'cloning'

The disclosure by the head of Apple's patent licensing group came in testimony today at the Apple-Samsung patent trial. It's not clear when this particular deal was struck.

By August 13, 2012


In Stockholm, sanitation expert rocks the potty

Bindeshwar Pathak introduces a toilet that can save not only water but also human lives, flushing away a common means of spreading infectious disease.

By August 25, 2009


Who knew? Yahoo finally grew a pair

Forget mild-mannered Clark Kent. Yahoo busted open its inner Man of Steel and lays it on the line to Carl Icahn and Steve Ballmer. Now we're talking.

By July 17, 2008


Combining the Segway with skiing and strollers

New concept would redesign handlebars and navigation.

By April 14, 2008


More ways for Wii to fly off the handle

Brando has sports attachments, including a small baseball bat

By January 5, 2007