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    Spring is Coming

    Spring is Coming
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    Apple's $120 Million Patent Victory Against Samsung Overturned



    Samsung has finally scored a win in its long-running patent battle with Apple.

    A federal appeals court on Friday overturned a 2014 verdict that slapped the South Korean tech giant with nearly $120 million in damages for violating Apple's patents on some iPhone features.
    The ruling, from The U.S. Federal Circuit Court of Appeals, essentially finds that the iPhone features at issue in the case were obvious ones that cannot be protected as intellectual property. As a result, Samsung will not be forced to alter any future designs of its devices.

    The ruling also upholds an earlier $158,400 judgement against Apple for infringing one of Samsung's patents.
    Apple and Samsung have been locked in a pitched battle over smartphone and tablet patents for years. Last December Samsung paid Apple more than $548 million for infringing the patents and designs of the iPhone, a judgement Samsung has appealed to the U.S. Supreme Court.


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    Fly by Dotzsoh

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    Michael Diblice - "My photography represents my vision of the world"

    Michael Diblice - "My photography represents my vision of the world"

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    9 Feels I Have About Samsung's New Galaxy Phones

    If you're looking for a new phone, you may have heard that Samsung announced their newest Android smartphones, the Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge. ??



    They're the best devices in Samsung's lineup right now, and they go on sale March 11.

    Because the phones have cool features but are also expensive AF, you are probably suffering from upgrade indecision.




    I got to play with both the S7 and S7 edge — and now I have some thoughts.



    The Galaxy S6 is a fantastic phone, and the S7 is an improvement over it only slightly. The Galaxy S5 had many much-beloved features (namely water resistance and an SD card slot) that the S7 is bringing back.
    If you already own an S5 or S6, stay tuned for in-depth reviews before the March 11 launch date from publications (like us!). Then you'll know for sure whether the incremental upgrades are worth it or just marketing gimmicks.
    The phones cost ~$670 or ~$790 for the S7 and S7 edge, respectively. Know what you're getting into before you make the investment!

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    The Work of Jane Bown

    Jane Bown (1925-2014) Born in 1925, Bown worked as a chart corrector in the Wrens, 1944-46. She was a student photographer at Guildford School of Art, 1946-50. Bown started her photographic career 56 years ago when her portrait of Bertrand Russell appeared in The Observer. Admired for her straightforward, naturally posed, black and white portraits usually taken with available light. Her published books include The Gentle Eye (1980) which was accompanied by a major exhibition at the National Portrait Gallery, 1980-81, Women of Consequence (1986), Men of Consequence (1987) and Faces (2000). In 1995 Bown was awarded a CBE for her outstanding contribution to photography.

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    Turn The New Facebook Emoji Reactions Into Trump Reactions

    A Chrome extension so you can “LOL” or “Sad” to your friends’ posts with with The Donald.







    The Chrome extension is made by François Grante, the founder of another acutally useful Chrome extension called Email Hunter.

    Why? Who knows. Don't ask WHY. What better way to show your friend you love their baby photo than with Donald's loving face?



    Of course, only YOU see Trump's face. Your friends with the baby just see the "love" reaction. It only changes the reactions for the person who is using the Chrome extension.

    Or if my friend posts about wanting to see Steely Dan, I can be angry. Not just regular angry, but TRUMP-ANGRY.



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    The Work of Toni Frissell

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    Toni Frissell, or Antoinette Frissell Bacon, (March 10, 1907 - April 17, 1988) was an American photographer, known for her fashion photography, World War II photographs, and portraits of famous Americans and Europeans, children, and women from all walks of life. She worked with many famous photographers of the day. Her initial job, as a fashion photographer for Vogue in 1931, was due to Condé Montrose Nast personally. She later took photographs for Harper's Bazaar. Her fashion photos, even of evening gowns and such, were often notable for their outdoor settings, emphasizing active women.

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    In 1941, Frissell volunteered her photographic services to the American Red Cross. Later she worked for the Eighth Army Air Force and became the official photographer of the Women's Army Corps. On their behalf, she took thousands of images of nurses, front-line soldiers, WACs, African-American airmen, and orphaned children. She traveled to the European front twice. Her moving photographs of military women and African American fighter pilots in the elite 332d Fighter Group (the "Tuskegee Airmen") were used to encourage public support for women and African Americans in the military.

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    FBI Director Admits Password Mistake, But Insists Apple Should Comply


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    FBI Director James Comey acknowledged to lawmakers Tuesday that officials mistakenly reset the password linked to one of the San Bernardino terrorist's phones during their investigation, but maintained his position that Apple should comply with a court order forcing the company to help break into the locked iPhone.

    Testifying in front of the House Judiciary Committee, Comey said “there was a mistake made - when the iCloud password attached to Syed Rizwan Farook's iPhone was reset at the direction of the FBI.

    Though, Comey was quick to add that, according to experts who have spoken to him, the FBI would still have challenged Apple in court because, he said, a backup from iCloud would not have restored all of the phone's data.
    "There is already a door on that iPhone," he said. "Essentially we are asking Apple: 'Take the vicious guard dog away. Let us try and pick the lock.'"


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