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Date: 2012-08-29
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Republicans launch convention assault on Obama
US-USA-CAMPAIGN:Republicans launch convention assault on Obama
By John Whitesides and Matt Spetalnick

TAMPA, Florida (Reuters) - Republicans launched a sharp assault on President Barack Obama's economic record on the first full day of their convention on Tuesday and praised Mitt Romney as a leader who could rein in big government and kick-start a stagnant


Republicans attack Obama's economic record at convention
US-USA-CAMPAIGN:Republicans attack Obama's economic record at convention
By John Whitesides and Matt Spetalnick

TAMPA, Florida (Reuters) - Republicans launched a sharp assault on President Barack Obama's economic record on the first full day of their convention on Tuesday and praised Mitt Romney as a leader who could rein in big government and kick-start a stagnant


How to play it: What Apple's victory means for mobile investors
US-APPLE-SAMSUNG:How to play it: What Apple's victory means for mobile investors
By David Randall

(Reuters) - The world's most valuable company is now a little richer.

A California jury awarded Apple Inc $1.05 billion in damages Friday in a decision that found that competitor Samsung Electronics Co Ltd had infringed six smartphone patents.



China's ZTE not worried about Apple, patent litigation
US-ZTE:China's ZTE not worried about Apple, patent litigation
By Lee Chyen Yee

HONG KONG (Reuters) - China's ZTE Corp, the world's fourth-biggest mobile phone vendor, is unfazed by the possibility of being sued by Apple Inc over patent violations, and is looking to boost its own patents and find unique designs and features for its range of handsets.



China's ZTE aims to double smartphone, tablet shipments
US-ZTE:China's ZTE aims to double smartphone, tablet shipments
HONG KONG (Reuters) - ZTE Corp, the world's fourth-biggest mobile phone vendor, said on Tuesday it aims to more than double smartphone and tablet computer shipments in 2012 as it targets booming global demand.

ZTE, which is also the fifth-ranked telecommunications gear maker globally, said


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