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  1. Google Seeks Ban on iPhone, iPad in Patent Lawsuit

    Motorola is seeking a ban on U.S.imports of devices including the iPhone, iPad and Mac computers. Google's Motorola Mobility division has filed a patent infringement claim against Apple over the Siri voice control and location-based services used...

  2. Running Online Video Ads Alongside TV Doubles Brand Recall [Study]

    Explicit memory is stuff we can recall at will: our favorite sports team, the Big Mac jingle, our anniversary (hopefully). Now, with so much of our attention directed toward second and third and fourth screens (computers, smartphones, and tablets...

  3. Flash, HTML5 Battle Gets Trendy With Occupy Websites

    The site lays out its mission and manifesto of getting people to uninstall Flash from their computers - with instructions on how to do it for Windows, Mac, and Chrome browsers. The battle between promoters of HTML5 and Flash is trying to coattail...

  4. Which Markets Are the Biggest Users of Apple Products?

    An estimated 151,000 adults in the area (28.1 percent) own or use iPods, iPhones and/or Mac computers. An estimated 29.4 percent of adults in the Chicago DMA use iPods, iPhones or Mac computers, making them 36 percent more likely than average...

  5. The Year in Search: A 2007 Review

    Mac Computers The end of the year is a time to reflect on events over the past 12 months. A handful of search engines compiled the top searches for the year in several categories. Recaps from Google, Yahoo, AOL, Ask, and Lycos highlight the trends...

  6. AOL High Quality Video Downloads, AOL Triton IM Gets Search Box & Sharing MSNBC Articles Via MSN Messenger

    It uses a Windows client (sorry Mac users) that downloads "High Quality" video content (in terms of video quality) directly to your computer. This just might be the way (at least in concept) that will see (no pun intended) high quality video...

  7. Search Engine Forums Spotlight

    Mac News World Jun 16 2005 9:12PM GMT Current ones run automatically on a lot of different computers, sometimes owned by the clickbot owner in question, but more often by virus style 'malware' that turns the computer in question into a zombie.