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Oracle Seeks $9.3 Billion in Damages From Google: Report

Global software and cloud major Oracle has sought $9.3 billion (roughly Rs. 61,873 crores) from search engine giant Google over software copyrights infringement, a media report said. Oracle claims that it should receive $475 million (roughly Rs. 3,160 crores) in damages in addition to $8.8 billion (roughly Rs. 58,546 crores) relating to “profits apportioned to infringed Java copyrights”, Fortune reported, quoting IDG News Service. Citing court documents, the report said the two companies have been at odds over whether Google improperly used so-called APIs (application programming interfaces) related to the…

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Apple Re-Releases iOS 9.3 for Older Devices to Fix Activation Lock Bug

Less than a week after the release of iOS 9.3, and its retraction for select devices, Apple on Monday made available a new build of iOS 9.3 that it claims fixes the activation bug that many older iOS devices were facing. Last week, Apple pulled iOS 9.3 for select devices after many users complained that their iPhone and iPad were getting bricked. Some noted that they were not able to complete the activation process as it was showing inaccurate Apple ID in suggestions. The issue was only affecting users who…

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Apple Pulls iOS 9.3 for Older iPhone and iPad Models After Activation Lock Issue

If you’re unable to update your old iPhone or iPad to iOS 9.3, you’re not alone. Apple has acknowledged an issue with the update, and has also temporarily pulled the software update for select older iOS devices. Earlier this week, several users with older iPhone and iPad models including the iPad 2, iPad 3, iPad 4, and the iPhone 4s, and iPhone 5, and iPhone 5s began to complain issues when finalising the upgrade process. Apple acknowledged the issue on its support page, and later also paused the update for…

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iOS 9.3 Now Available for Download; Brings Night Shift, Other New Features

Alongside the launch of the iPhone SE, and the 9.7-inch iPad Pro, Apple also unveiled iOS 9.3, the latest iteration of its mobile operating system. iOS 9.3 features including Night Shift, and improvements to iOS for Education. iOS 9.3 is available to download from Monday as a free update for all iPhone, iPad, and iPod models that support iOS 9 including the dated iPhone 4s, the iPad 2, and the first-generation iPad mini. As always, iOS updates are available over-the-air (OTA) on your device (Settings -> General -> Software Update)…

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