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Judge Lucy Koh suggests the settlement should be considerably higher than the one offered by Apple and Google. They disagree.

Judge Lucy Koh suggests the settlement should be considerably higher than the one offered by Apple and Google. They disagree.

Four tech giants, including Apple and Google, have attacked the decision of U.S. District Judge Lucy Koh for rejecting a proposed $324.5 million settlement over Silicon Valley hiring practices.

In a court filing made later on Thursday, Apple, Google, Intel and Adobe asked the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals to overrule Koh’s verdict.

Koh had rejected the proposed settlement, claiming the amount was too low.

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Acer has already produced some of the best Chrome OS notebooks to date, but its latest Chromebook 13 — the first Chromebook powered by an NVIDIA processor — blows the rest right out of the water. Starting at just $279, it combines the super snappy Tegra K1 chip with a high-resolution display and up to 32GB of solid-state storage.

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LG today launched a new, super-sized Android tablet that aims to compete with devices like the Samsung Galaxy TabPRO 12.2, and to ensure it’s the most powerful slate on the market, it has been equipped with an Intel Core i5 processor — a chip that’s traditionally used to power notebooks and desktop PCs.

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Acer is adding two new Chromebooks to its C720 lineup this month — both of which are powered by fourth-generation Intel Core i3 processors. Prices will start at $350 for 2GB of RAM, while $380 will get you double that.

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Samsung’s second-generation Galaxy Gear smartwatch could be powered by its own Tizen operating system rather than Android, according to “three people familiar with the situation,” who have been speaking to USA Today. The move is said to be part of Samsung’s plan to “develop more of its own software and services.”

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