IBM wins $83million in patent infringement case against e-commerce company Groupon

​A U.S. jury on Friday awarded International Business Machines Corp$83 million in a patent dispute with e-commerce company Groupon Inc. A jury in Delaware said Groupon used IBM’s patented e-commerce technology without authorization following a two-week trial. “IBM invests nearly $6 billion annually in research and development, producing innovations for society,” IBM spokesman Douglas Shelton… Read More IBM wins $83million in patent infringement case against e-commerce company Groupon

North Korea hands over remains of U.S. soldiers killed in Korean War

North Korea on Friday handed over 55 boxes carrying remains thought to be of U.S. soldiers killed in the 1950-53 Korean War, a first step in implementing an agreement reached at a landmark summit in June. The handover of the boxes, draped in the blue and white flag of the United Nations, represents a modest… Read More North Korea hands over remains of U.S. soldiers killed in Korean War

Federal Government approves increment of Nigerian passport validity to ten years

President Muhammadu Buhari has directed that the validity of passports issued in the country, should be increased from five to 10 years. The Comptroller-General of Nigerian Immigration Service (NIS), Muhammed Babandede, revealed this on Thursday, when he visited the Ikoyi passport office in Lagos. He said the president also approved improved security features and quality… Read More Federal Government approves increment of Nigerian passport validity to ten years

One dead as heavy rains trigger flooding, landslides in Anambra State

​Three out of four passengers were rescued after their car was swept away by a flood in Anambra state. The Anambra police command received a distress call on Wednesday, July 25, that a Peugeot 504 Saloon Car with four occupants was carried away by a flood following a heavy downpour along Nise road by city… Read More One dead as heavy rains trigger flooding, landslides in Anambra State