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Nokia enters into patent license agreement with Apple:
Espoo, Finland – Nokia announced that it has signed a patent license agreement with Apple. The agreement will result in settlement of all patent litigation between the companies, including the withdrawal by Nokia and Apple of their respective complaints to the US International Trade Commission.

iPhone 4 – Unlocked (GSM) – 16GB Black
You can now buy and unlocked iPhone4 at Apple with all features + active micro-SIM card to use on any GSM network worldwide.

Thieves Found Citigroup Site an Easy Entry
Using the Citigroup customer Web site as a gateway to bypass traditional safeguards and impersonate actual credit card holders, a team of sophisticated thieves cracked into the bank’s vast reservoir of personal financial data, until they were detected in a routine check in early May.

Revealed: How Citigroup hackers broke in ‘through the front door’ using bank’s website

Facebook planning IPO on $100 billion valuation?
Facebook, the social-networking site that is one of the most closely-watched private companies in the world, is likely to go public by the first quarter of 2012, say people familiar with the matter, at a valuation that could be pegged at north of $100 billion.

—Facebook loses 1.5 million users in Canada, 100,000 in the U.K.
and around 6 million in the U.S. as well.

Google has applied for Google Maps license in China: report
Google needs a license from China’s State Bureau of Surveying and Mapping to continue operating Google Maps in China. Recently, requirements for a mapping license were relaxed to allow for foreign online mapping providers, such as Google, to engage in joint ventures to provide the service.

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