RTL8168B: Ethernet issue after reboot, wifi ok.view story

http://chakra-project.org – Hi everyone!!!All was working pretty well on my Chakra system (installed one week ago, I'm a newbie on this distro). I rebooted my computer and after rebooting, no way to connect with ethernet ("Setting network address" endlessly).I used a usb wifi key and it perfectly works si it's really a problem with my ethernet card. (HowTos)

Samsung Responds to Apple’s Latest Infringement Allegationsview story

http://www.talkandroid.com – Samsung today fired back at Apple’s recent allegations of patent infringement relating to the Galaxy S III.  Apple has claimed the phone infringes on at least two of its patents, and has requested an injunction to prevent sales in the US until it can figure it out for sure. (IT news)

New Corning Willow Glass Is Ultra-Slim And Very Flexibleview story

http://www.talkandroid.com – Corning, makers of the tough as nails Gorilla Glass, has announced a new type of ultra-flexible glass named Corning Willow Glass. This glass can be used to make devices with curved displays that are durable. (IT news)

Google Buying Magnolia Broadband’s Patent Portfolioview story

http://www.talkandroid.com – So looks like Google went shopping today and added Magnolia Broadband’s patent portfolio to its shopping bag. (IT news)

Google receives patent for ‘augmenting a field of view’ for Project Glassview story

http://www.talkandroid.com – Google Glasses or Project Glass might just be the most anticipated new technology at the moment.  We’ve reported on a few patents that are related to it, and the latest one (filed March 14, 2011) involves augmenting a field of view. What does this mean you ask? Well Google realizes the field of view for a human is 180 degrees. (IT news)

Oracle's Patent 'Disaster': Beginning of a Bright New Era?view story

http://ectnews.com.feedsportal.com – It's been an eventful year already here in the Linux blogosphere, but it seems fair to say few events have drawn as much attention as the Oracle v. Google trial. Bloggers have been discussing it for weeks already, of course, but developments last week brought forth nothing less than dancing in the streets of the Linux blogosphere. (General)

Jury issues verdict in Android suitview story

http://forums.fedoraforum.org – Quote: Jury issues verdict in Android suit, finds that Google doesn't infringe Oracle patents http://www.engadget.com/2012/05/23/jury-google-oracle/ (HowTos)

The verdict is in. Google did not breach Oracle patents.view story

http://www.talkandroid.com – Not Guilty. Finally the two words that Android fans worldwide were waiting to hear have been uttered, bringing and end to lengthy court case . After a week long deliberation the jury in California ruled in favour of Google declaring that the search giant did not infringe on Oracle’s patents with Android. (IT news)

Google cleared of patent infringement claimsview story

http://www.itwire.com – Google has not violated Oracle's patents for Java technology, a jury in the case filed by the database maker against the search giant concluded in San Francisco yesterday. (IT news)

Motorola Android Phones Banned From Import Into The U.S. Over Microsoft Patent Issuesview story

http://www.talkandroid.com – Boy, this legal stuff can get confusing. Let’s take it from the beginning and walk through it. (IT news)