Webwire: HTC loses out to Apple; Bill Gates quizzed in Novell lawsuit

HTC may appeal a decision by the US ITC that clears Apple of infringing the Taiwanese device maker’s patents, though an analyst predicts the vendor will seek a licensing deal with Apple.
 
Former Microsoft chief Bill Gates is being quizzed in court over claims the firm suppressed a word processing program from Novell when designing Windows 95.
 
A team of Cambridge University researchers are developing a £25 (€29) computer for children, which can run full fat apps and handle high definition output.
 
Apple is allowing a games publisher to charge a monthly fee for access to a catalog of mobile games for the first time, using the subscription model typically employed by magazine or newspaper publishers.
 
RIM is relocating its Asian developer conference from Bangkok to Singapore due to severe flooding in Thailand.
 

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