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Class-Action Lawsuit Filed Against Google & Huawei Over Nexus 6P

04/20/2017, The other day we reported that a lawsuit was being considered against Google and Huawei over the Nexus 6P’s bootloop issues. Turns out that the law firm that was investigating the case was decided to proceed with the lawsuit and has since officially...

Lawsuit Alleges That Bose Headphones Can Spy On Its Users

04/19/2017, We have heard about how hackers could potentially hijack the cameras and microphones on our smart TVs, home CCTV cameras, or on our laptops and use our own devices to spy on us, but have you ever considered that your headphones could also potentially be...

Apple Gets Approval By California DMV To Test Self-Driving Cars

04/14/2017, We have been hearing rumors that Apple is interested in making their own electric/self-driving cars, and now it seems that there is evidence that the company is indeed working on something car-related. In a report from Bloomberg, it has been discovered...

Google Could Be Facing Lawsuit Over Nexus 6P Bootloops

04/14/2017, As you might have heard, LG is facing a class-action lawsuit over the bootloop problems that presented itself in a number of its flagship phones, like the Nexus 5X for example. The problem isn’t so much the bootloop itself, but how LG handled the...

Qualcomm Files A Countersuit Against Apple

04/10/2017, Earlier this year it was revealed that Apple had filed a lawsuit against Qualcomm alleging that the company had “extorted” Apple by withholding payments made to the Cupertino company. Apple also expanded its lawsuit against Qualcomm to the likes of...

LG Bootloop Class Action Lawsuit Expanded To Cover More Devices

04/10/2017, Earlier this year, some of you might have heard that LG landed themselves in a bit of legal trouble over the way the company handled the bootloop issue that affected several models. A class action lawsuit was filed against the company in which it covered...

Microsoft Banning And Removing Emulators From The Windows Store

04/07/2017, Since not many people still own a working NES or a Game Boy, this is where emulators come in handy where they allow gamers to play games from consoles that are no longer available. This has allowed many gamers to relive classics and nostalgia, although...

Australian Consumer Regulator Sues Apple Over iPhone ‘Error 53′

04/06/2017, Last year in an update to iOS 9, it was discovered that if you had your iPhone repaired via an unauthorized repair center, it would result in your iPhone getting bricked and users would be greeted by an “Error 53” message. Now it seems that a year...

Blizzard Wins $8.6 Million Judgement Against Overwatch Cheat Maker

04/04/2017, Pretty much most games have cheats and hacks that allow players to go beyond what they are normally allowed to do. While developers don’t like cheaters, sometimes it can be ignored especially in single-player games where it doesn’t really affect...

Qualcomm Wants FTC Antitrust Lawsuit Against Them Dismissed

04/04/2017, Earlier this year it was revealed that over in the US, Qualcomm had been hit with a lawsuit by the FTC over alleged antitrust violations. The FTC’s lawsuit isn’t the first that the company has been hit with as previously they were also fined in South...

Amazon Will Soon Begin Refunding In-App Purchases Made By Children

04/04/2017, Back in 2016, Amazon was found guilty of illegally billing parents for in-app purchases accidentally made by their children. Unsurprisingly Amazon decided to appeal the decision, but interestingly enough the company appears to have changed their mind and...

Microsoft Enters Into Patent Licensing Agreement With Casio

04/04/2017, When it comes to wearables, Microsoft made an attempt of their own with the Microsoft Band series of fitness trackers, although those efforts seem to have come to an end late last year. However it seems that the strategy that Microsoft applied to mobile...