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Federal Court Strikes Down FCC’s Net Neutrality Rules

01/14/2014, intWhen AT&T announced their Sponsored Data program, many were wondering how it might affect net neutrality. In fact the FCC announced that they would be keeping a close eye on the carrier and respond if they were found to be in violation, but as it...

Man Shot To Death For Texting In The Cinema

01/14/2014, Nobody likes it when someone answers a phone call in a movie, especially when the offender does not have the courtesy of turning their cellphones off or putting it to silent. Even more distracting is when you’re trying to watch a movie but the person...

Apple’s Licensing Deal With Nokia Is Only Good Until End Of 2016

01/13/2014, Back in 2011, Apple and Nokia managed to arrive at an agreement in which Apple would pay Nokia a huge sum, followed by ongoing royalties for use of their patents. Naturally the licensing deal is not indefinite but the exact details remained a secret...

Warner Bros. Looking To Step Up Anti-Piracy Efforts

01/13/2014, Despite the best efforts of music labels and movie studios, fighting piracy online has proven to be an uphill battle. As soon as one site is taken down, another few more spring up in its place, almost as if the masses are eager to fill in the empty spot....

German Court Dismisses Nokia’s Lawsuit Against HTC

01/09/2014, A couple of weeks ago, Nokia had won an injunction against HTC over in Germany, one of the several wins that the Finnish company has had over the Taiwanese company to date. However it seems that Nokia has attempted to file yet another lawsuit against HTC...

Apple And Samsung To Meet For Settlement Talks Next Month

01/09/2014, Apple and Samsung to get together and to hash out their differences once and for all, now where have we heard that story before? In the past both companies have reportedly gotten together to hash out their legal issues and come to some kind of settlement,...

Percentage Of Nintendo 3DS Sales To Be Paid To Tomita As Royalties

01/06/2014, Back in 2013, we reported that Nintendo was being sued over technology found in its Nintendo 3DS handheld console, specifically that of its glasses-free 3D technology that allowed gamers to play 3D games on it without requiring any additional accessories....

Typo Responds To BlackBerry’s Lawsuit

01/05/2014, Typo, the manufacturer of the Ryan Seacrest-funded iPhone keyboard case, has recently released a statement in response to BlackBerry’s intent to take legal action against them over the design of the keyboard. According to the statement, “We are aware...

BlackBerry Files Lawsuit Against Typo Over Keyboard Design

01/03/2014, About a month ago we reported on an interesting iPhone accessory called the Typo, which was basically a case for the iPhone that gave it a physical keyboard. What helped the device gain more attention was the fact that it was partially funded by celebrity...

Nokia Open To Google Discussing Possible Patent Settlement

01/02/2014, In the tech space, companies such as Apple have taken on some of Android’s biggest players in the form of Samsung, and Nokia has been doing their part as well in their legal battle with HTC, but it seems that Nokia is willing to take on Google...