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Scientists at CERN, the European nuclear research center, have been firing neutrinos across the Alps from France to Italy for three years. Now they tell us that these electrically neutral subatomic particles have moved 'at a velocity 20 parts per million above the speed of light.'
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Google must avoid the technology sector's typically arrogant ways to avoid anti-trust pitfalls.
Japan is open to choosing a European aircraft as its long-awaited new air defense fighter, despite decades of reliance on the U.S. for imports of sophisticated weapon systems.
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Saab, the ailing Swedish carmaker, averted the threat of imminent collapse after an appeals court granted its request for bankruptcy protection.
Apple is granted patents in China on the design of its Shanghai stores, an indication the company is trying to better protect itself against rampant copying of its products and sales channels.