Now that it's owned by T-Mobile US, MetroPCS has decided to drop its lawsuit against the FCC's net neutrality rules for wireless and wired networks, leaving Verizon Wireless as the sole challenger to the rules.
A U.S. judge denied Apple's bid to ban some of Samsung Electronics' mobile devices from sale in the United States, handing Apple a defeat after it received a $1.05 billion jury award against Samsung this summer. Separately, the judge, U.S. District Judge Lucy Koh, denied Samsung's request for a new trial.
Apple offered to license its patents to Samsung Electronics if Samsung would pay $30 per smartphone and $40 per tablet, despite what Apple saw as Samsung's decision to "embrace and imitate" its iPhone, according to court documents.
Sprint Nextel received a subpoena from the Securities and Exchange Commission related to an investigation of Sprint's tax collection, which comes a few months after New York State sued Sprint for $300 million for deliberately underpaying state sales taxes for seven years in order to keep its prices down.
The much anticipated patent-infringement trial between Apple and Samsung Electronics began yesterday with lawyers for each side staking out familiar claims--Apple argued that Samsung copied its iPhone and Samsung argued Apple could not claim a "monopoly on a rectangle."
Sprint Nextel will pay $19 million to settle a lawsuit from customers nationwide claiming that the carrier improperly charged them for sending picture messages.
Based on recent actions, court delays may be Apple's biggest challenge in its efforts to assert its patents against the likes of HTC, Samsung and Google's Motorola Mobility unit.
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Apple ( NASDAQ:AAPL ) CEO Tim Cook and Samsung Electronics CEO Choi Gee-sung will participate in two days of mediation talks starting May 21 in hopes of putting the long-simmering patent feud between
Sprint Nextel ( NYSE:S ) was sued Thursday for more than $300 million by the New York attorney general, who alleged that Sprint had deliberately underpaid state sales taxes for seven years in order to