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Date: 2012-08-28
Technology News:
Company News:
Apple up on Samsung win, analysts see problems for Android rivals
US-APPLE-SHARES:Apple up on Samsung win, analysts see problems for Android rivals
(Reuters) - Shares of Apple Inc <AAPL.O> looked set to open up 3 percent at a new lifetime high on Monday, after the iPhone maker won a bitter patent war against Samsung Electronics Co Ltd <005930.KS>.

Analysts said the win strengthened Apple's position in the mobile devices market ahead


Congo's new airlines brave riskiest African skies
US-CONGO-DEMOCRATIC-AIRLINES:Congo's new airlines brave riskiest African skies
By Jonny Hogg

KINSHASA (Reuters) - Its tarmac littered with dozens of dilapidated planes, the airport in Congo's capital Kinshasa makes clear the dire state of aviation even by Africa's generally low standards.

The planes have been abandoned either as mechanical failures


The Importance of Operational Discipline and Formality to Improving Safety in High-Reliability Organizations
Together, operational discipline and formality determine how individuals and teams act, communicate, resolve issues, perform maintenance, back teammates up and foster ownership. I believe that very often, the difference between successful high risk operations and unsafe operations is in how operationally disciplined and formal a team is at following established processes, maintaining established standards, and how well they truly embrace a no-nonsense approach to execution. Disciplined, formal, no-nonsense adherence to established standards and processes, before, during, and after operations is what makes operational organizations great.

Analysis: Friend and foe; Samsung, Apple won't want to damage parts deal
US-SAMSUNG-APPLE-SUPPLY:Analysis: Friend and foe; Samsung, Apple won't want to damage parts deal
By Miyoung Kim

SEOUL (Reuters) - While Samsung Electronics is reeling from a patent pounding by its smartphone rival Apple Inc, this is unlikely to damage the other part of their relationship - where Samsung is the sole supplier of Apple-designed chips that power the iPhone and iPad.



Friend and foe; Samsung, Apple won't want to damage parts deal
US-SAMSUNG-APPLE-SUPPLY:Friend and foe; Samsung, Apple won't want to damage parts deal
By Miyoung Kim

SEOUL (Reuters) - While Samsung Electronics is reeling from a patent pounding by its smartphone rival Apple Inc, this is unlikely to damage the other part of their relationship - where Samsung is the sole supplier of Apple-designed chips that power the iPhone and iPad.



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