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Intel reportedly demand $500 million for Delayed streaming TV Service

The leading chip manufacturing service has been in the news lately for reportedly demanding $500 million for rolling out its delayed live TV streaming service on mobile platforms. First, the leading tech service was planning to offer its own in-house Web TV service. However, the program apparently ran into several major obstacles and the company …

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Judge denies Samsung efforts to prevent Apple Patent Damages Trial in heated Tech War

In a major blow to the Korean company, a federal court recently rejected the emergency motion from Samsung to stay the patent infringement trial from Apple. Samsung wanted a stay order on the grounds of re-examining the validity of the patent infringement claim. However, the rulings of the federal court completely overturned Samsung’s hopes for …

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The First Geostationary Orbit Mission from SpaceX First aborted in Last Moments

SpaceX had all plans ready to launch a Falcon 9 rocket into its first geostationary orbit transfer mission. The company had all the necessary arrangements. It even arranged a Livestream broadcast of the launch on November 28. However, due to very last minute changes, the company had to abort the launch only 48 seconds prior …

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IAEA requires Increased Funding to validate Major Iran Nuclear Deal

The atomic watchdog arm of the United Nations, IAEA recently confirmed that the subsidiary agency requires increased funding to verify a major nuclear deal between 6 world powers and Iran. Yukiya Amano, the chief of IAEA was speaking to reporters at Vienna on the matter. The chief also confirmed that the agency would require some …

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