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Trump Offers Aid to New Zealand After Shooting Massacre

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Trump Offers Aid to New Zealand After Shooting Massacre President Trump said Friday that he has offered U.S. aid to New Zealand after Thursday night's shooting massacre at two mosques that killed 49 worshippers.The president wrote in a pair of tweets that he spoke to New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern "regarding the horrific events that have taken place over the past 24 hours."The prime minister called the attack one of New Zealand's "darkest days" at a press conference on Friday."I informed the Prime Minister that we stand in solidarity with New Zealand – and that any assistance the U.S.A. can give, we stand by ready to help," Trump said. "We love you New Zealand!"A gunman opened fire on two mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand around lunchtime local time, killing 49 and wounding at least 20, including young children. He streamed video of the attack live online.The attacker, a 28-year-old Australian white man, posted a white supremacist manifesto of sorts on the message board 8chan, one of the darkest corners of the internet, warning he was planning “an attack against the invaders,” referring to Muslims.Three people including the gunman were arrested, and the gunman has been charged with murder. He will appear in court Saturday morning.Despite the attacker's statements saying he was motivated by a white supremacist ideology, Trump maintained that he does not believe the credo is on the rise in the U.S.Asked at the White House whether he sees white nationalism as a "rising threat around the world," the president responded “I don’t, really.”"It’s a small group of people that have very, very serious problems," Trump said, adding that he "did not see" the gunman's manifesto, which appeared to make reference to Trump as a "symbol of renewed white identity and common purpose.""I guess, if you look at what happened in New Zealand, perhaps that’s a case," Trump continued. "I don’t know enough about it yet, they’re just learning about the person and the people involved. But it’s certainly a terrible thing.” Číst dále >>> Přeložit do en

Apple Loses Patent Case to Qualcomm: Here’s What It Means

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Apple Loses Patent Case to Qualcomm: Here’s What It Means Qualcomm scored a victory today (March 15) in its ongoing legal dispute with Apple over mobile phone patents, as a jury awarded the chip maker $31 million in damages.Credit: Tom's GuideSpecifically, the jury in the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of California decided that the iPhone 7, iPhone 7 Plus, iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus and iPhone X infringe on two of Qualcomm's patents, and that the iPhone 8, 8 Plus and X also infringe on a third.Considering that Apple tallied a little less than $265.6 billion in sales during its 2018 fiscal year, that $31 million judgment isn't likely to sting too badly. But it does give Qualcomm some legal backing for its argument that Apple has benefited from its technology, especially with an even bigger court case looming next month. "From a monetary perspective, this is hardly a victory at all — both sides probably spent as much as the verdict amount on legal fees," said Avi Greengart, founder and lead analyst for research firm Techsponential. "But this does set a precedent that Qualcomm’s IP is valuable, even the patents on elements of a phone that are not directly related to wireless standards."MORE: iPhone Banned? Here's What's Going on in Apple-Qualcomm FeudThe Apple-Qualcomm dispute stretches back two years, with Apple claiming Qualcomm charges royalties for things that it has nothing to do with. Qualcomm counters that its patents covering the way phones connect to wireless networks are essential to today's smartphones, and it wants recognition — and royalties — for that."The technologies invented by Qualcomm and others are what made it possible for Apple to enter the market and become so successful so quickly," said Don Rosenberg, Qualcomm executive vice president and general counsel in a statement announcing the legal win. "The three patents found to be infringed in this case represent just a small fraction of Qualcomm’s valuable portfolio of tens of thousands of patents."For its part, Apple expressed disappointment with the verdict in a statement provided to Tom's Guide. "Qualcomm's ongoing campaign of patent infringement claims is nothing more than an attempt to distract from the larger issues they face with investigations into their business practices in US federal court, and around the world," the statement read.What's next for Apple vs Qualcomm is much bigger Qualcomm's legal victory today covers a case that's only one of many legal tussles playing out in courtrooms around the world. The most significant case goes to trial next month in San Diego, as a federal judge considers whether Apple owes Qualcomm royalty payments for the iPhone. Qualcomm is also awaiting a judge's ruling in a case that wrapped up in January where the Federal Trade Commission alleged that Qualcomm uses anti-competitive practices in how it licenses its patents."Next month’s case on licensing [between Apple and Qualcomm] will affect billions of dollars in fees that Apple and most phone vendors pay Qualcomm," Greengart said. "The stakes in that case are higher: the dollar amounts are staggering, and it goes to the core of Qualcomm’s business model."Today's ruling is likely to have little impact on your future iPhone, but that could change pending the results of future legal cases. "We will have to see how the other, larger case next month plays out, but it could certainly impact the dollar value associated with core wireless standard IP going forward," Greengart said.Qualcomm scored a pair of legal victories late last year overseas. In China, a court ruled in Qualcomm's favor that Apple had violated the chip maker's patents, though Apple is appealing that ruling, while issuing software update to bring the iPhone in compliance with the court's decision. Apple wasn't so lucky in Germany, where a Munich court blocked the sales of certain older iPhones that use chips from Intel. Other claims by Qualcomm against Apple have been dismissed in some German courts. * iPhone Buying Guide: Which Apple Phone Is Right for You? * Here Are the 10 Best Phones Available * The Ride Is Over: Apple Faces the End of the iPhone Boom Číst dále >>> Přeložit do en

New Zealand PM promises gun law reform after 49 killed in mosque shootings

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New Zealand PM promises gun law reform after 49 killed in mosque shootings The attack, labeled terrorism by the prime minister, was the worst ever peacetime mass killing in New Zealand and the country raised its security threat level to the highest. Armed police were deployed at several locations in all cities, unusual in a country where levels of gun violence are low. The video footage, posted live online as the attack unfolded, showed a man driving to the mosque, entering it and shooting randomly at people inside. Číst dále >>> Přeložit do en

NY Muslim community reacts to NZ mosque shootings

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NY Muslim community reacts to NZ mosque shootings The New York Police Department increased security at mosques in the city as a precaution following the killing of at least 49 worshipers at two mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand. (March 15) Číst dále >>> Přeložit do en

'I was the last person to get out alive': Narrow escape from the New Zealand mosque

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'I was the last person to get out alive': Narrow escape from the New Zealand mosque Survivors have described horrific scenes of carnage inside the two mosques in New Zealand where 49 were killed in a shooting rampage. Číst dále >>> Přeložit do en

Police identify racist suspect in New Zealand's terror attack that killed 49

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Police identify racist suspect in New Zealand's terror attack that killed 49 In Christchurch, New Zealand, a self-described racist is accused of opening fire in 2 mosques, killing 49. A manifesto has been found. Číst dále >>> Přeložit do en

New Zealand's history of gun ownership could be upended

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New Zealand's history of gun ownership could be upended There are an estimated 1.5 million firearms in New Zealand — roughly one for every three citizens. While that rate pales in comparison to the United States and more than a dozen other countries, it's an eye-popping amount for a country that rarely encounters gun violence. Číst dále >>> Přeložit do en

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