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May 3, 2014, 11:30 AM

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Ina Fried / Re/code:
Jury Finds Samsung Phones Infringe on Several Apple Patents, Awards $119.6 Million  —  A federal jury ruled Friday that Samsung infringed on at least one of the patents that Apple had sued over in its latest patent case.  —  The jury found all accused Samsung phones infringed on the first patent at issue …
Lynn La / CNET News:
Apple v. Samsung 2014 infringed devices scorecard  —  Now that the jury's verdict is in for Apple v. Samsung, check out what devices were named violating specific patents.  —  Both the iPhone 5 (left) and the Galaxy S3 have been accused of violating patents in the latest dispute.
James Galbraith / Macworld:
2014 MacBook Air benchmarks: better processor performance but worse flash storage performance in comparison to 2013 models  —  Lab tested: New 2014 MacBook Air benchmarks  —  Apple on Tuesday released a minor update to its MacBook Air line of laptops.  The changes included a subtle 100MHz increase …
More: MacRumors, iMore and MacNN
Lucas Mearian / Computerworld:
SanDisk announces 4TB SSD, hopes for 8TB next year  —  SanDisk's new drive family has up to 4TB capacity for data center use  —  SanDisk this week announced the industry's first 4TB enterprise-class SAS solid-state drive (SSD) in its Optimus MAX product based on 19-nanometer process technology.
More: Neowin
Marvin Ammori / Slate:
The FCC Chairman's Many Excuses  —  Tom Wheeler tries, and fails, to justify his execution of net neutrality.  —  A few years ago, Internet users, democracy activists, and entrepreneurs got wind of a proposed law, SOPA, that would have changed the Web's basic architecture to the benefit of a few media giants.
More: Vox and DSLreports
Leena Rao / TechCrunch:
Apple Acquires Power Efficient LED Tech Company LuxVue  —  Apple has acquired LuxVue Technology, a stealthy company that had been working on micro-LED, screen technologies, we've heard from sources close to the transaction.  The company had raised $43 million in funding from Kleiner Perkins, iD Ventures America and others.
Emil Protalinski / The Next Web:
Google Now for Android updated to keep cards loaded when you lose service  —  Google today updated Google Search for Android with a very useful Google Now improvement: cards will now stay loaded even when you lose service.  You can download the new version now directly from Google Play.
John Paczkowski / Re/code:
Apple won't introduce wearables or a new Apple TV at this year's WWDC  —  Code/red: No New Apple TV at WWDC  —  // HAPPENING TODAY  — More NewFronts!  Today's expected highlight: Vice and its frontman, Shane Smith.  — German chancellor and NSA surveillance target Angela Merkel is meeting with U.S. President Barack Obama.
Reuters:
Comcast nears deal to stream EA games to TVs via its X1 platform  —  Exclusive - Comcast nears deal to stream EA games to TVs: sources  —  (Reuters) - Comcast Corp may soon allow customers using its cloud-connected X1 cable box system to buy games from Electronic Arts Inc through their televisions …
Alina Selyukh / Reuters:
Netflix brings net neutrality concerns to U.S. regulators  —  (Reuters) - After weeks of public outcry, Netflix Inc brought its concerns about Internet neutrality directly to U.S. regulators this week in meetings with Federal Communications Commission staff, according to sources familiar with the matter.
More: BGR and Softpedia News

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