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It isn't very often that Apple finds itself on the receiving end of a lawsuit as it is usually they who are suing other OEMs. However, in a somewhat rare turn of events, Apple was sued earlier by the existing division of Nokia Corp. over patent infringements in Asia, Europe and the US. Although most people think that "Nokia" got sold off to Microsoft, the truth is that the Finnish company had only sold off its telecommunications business to the Windows giant in 2014 and not the entire company.

According to an official statement by Nokia on December 21, Apple has infringed on 40 of its patents, stretched over 11 countries all around the world. All of the infringements have been noted, and filed against the Cupertino giant in courts of both Germany and the United States. To top it off, Nokia has even highlighted the fact that Apple declined the company's offer to legally license a number of its patents concerned with Nokia's inventions and introductions to the industry. It would be interesting to see how Apple reacts to the lawsuits.

Saikat Kar (tech-enthusiast)


It's a question you'll hear asked by new casino players time and time again: what's a better shout if you're hoping to get lucky, the blackjack table or the roulette wheel? To help you find an answer, we've called in the experts from bgo Online Casino.

If you just look at house edge, says the bgo team, blackjack is the clear winner. Learn a betting strategy that works - you'll find plenty of free guides available online - and you can reduce the house edge of this classic casino card game to less than 1%. That's far lower than the fixed 5.27% house edge you would face at an American roulette table.

Blackjack doesn't offer the same payout potential as roulette though. Unless the table you choose offers additional side bets, the best you can hope for is a blackjack payout of 3:2. Step up to a roulette table, however, and you have the option of placing multiple bets at the same time, with single number bets offering payouts of 35:1.

These are all important factors to consider when deciding which game to play. Nevertheless, one of the best ways to decide whether you're best suited to blackjack or roulette is to try both games out for yourself. Why not hit the live and virtual tables at today?


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