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The developer of COBOL, which allowed computers to handle words instead of just numbers, would have been 107 years old on Monday. Originally posted at News - Internet & Media
European Competition Commissioner Joaquin Almunia said he's concerned Nokia might try to leverage its patent portfolio for its own legal good. Originally posted at News - Mobile
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Speaking at a conference on Monday, European Competition Commissioner Joaquin Almunia said Samsung may need to provide more concessions if it wants to get out of his line of sight.
With the approval of both company boards, the deal is expected to close early next year. Originally posted at News - Internet & Media