• ‘Leap Second’ Bug Wreaks Havoc Across Web – Some of the Web’s biggest sites couldn’t deal with the extra second added onto the day on Saturday night.
• The other Windows 8 hits some snags – Some chip-makers are having problems getting Windows RT to work on their ARM processors. Nvidia appears to be ahead of the game, though.
• Samsung appeals Galaxy Nexus ban and moves to stay the injunction – Samsung wants the court to stay the injunction until completion of a trial.
• China court: Apple pays $60M to settle iPad case – Apple paid the money to settle a dispute with a Chinese company over use of the iPad name in that country.
• Google Glass Team: ‘Wearable Computing Will Be the Norm’ and Google’s Project Glass Lets Technology Slip Into the Background – Those who’ve tried Google’s head’s-up display are impressed, with Nick Bilton saying it makes technology get out of the way.
• Uber, an App That Summons a Car, Plans a Cheaper Service Using Hybrids – Uber lets you summon luxury cars in a dozen cities via an app, but now it plans to use hybrid vehicles to lower the cost.
• What’s next for RIM? – The outlook is bleak, as neither an outright sale nor breaking the company into pieces makes much sense.
• Beats Electronics acquires MOG music service – The audio hardware company buys a music service.
• Comcast, Boxee Hammer Out Crypto Deal – Boxee owners will soon be able to access Comcast’s basic cable through a licensing deal. You’ll need an adapter at first, but the two are working on a software-based solution.
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