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Sprint pays $131M to settle class-action lawsuit over Nextel merger claims

Sprint agreed to pay a $131 million settlement to end a class-action lawsuit brought by investors, who had argued that the carrier fraudulently inflated its stock and bond prices by hiding the health of the company following its 2005 merger with Nextel.

USTelecom, Alamo Broadband file lawsuits against FCC's net neutrality rules

Well, that didn't take long. Broadband industry trade group USTelecom and a small Texas-based ISP, Alamo Broadband, filed lawsuits challenging the FCC's recently approved net neutrality rules. However, the petitions are likely going to be tossed out for being filed too early.

Report: Verizon to let CTIA, NCTA lead legal fight over FCC's net neutrality rules

Verizon Communications, AT&T, Comcast and other carriers and ISPs are likely going to let industry trade associations take up the legal fight against the FCC and sue the agency over its net neutrality rules, according to a Reuters report.

Ericsson sues Apple again as patent dispute intensifies

Ericsson is escalating its legal battle with Apple over patent royalties Ericsson believes Apple owes it for using its wireless technologies in the iPhone and iPad.

Microsoft, Samsung strike deal to settle Android patent royalty dispute

Microsoft and Samsung Electronics agreed to settle a dispute over how much money Samsung would pay to Microsoft to license the software giant's patents that Samsung uses in its Android smartphones and tablets. Financial terms of the settlement were not disclosed.

Cablevision sues Verizon over 'deceptive' ads about Wi-Fi superiority

Cablevision sued Verizon in federal court in New York, alleging that Verizon made false and misleading claims about the MSO's Wi-Fi service in its ads. Verizon has run TV and radio commercials in the New York metropolitan area claiming its Wi-Fi is "the fastest Wi-Fi available" from any local provider.

AT&T may be fined by FCC over throttling practices

AT&T Mobility could be fined by the FCC over its throttling practices, according to a court filing.

T-Mobile to pay $90M to settle FCC probe into unauthorized third-party charges

T-Mobile US agreed to pay at least $90 million to resolve an FCC investigation into allegations that the company billed customers for millions of dollars' worth of unauthorized third-party subscriptions and premium text messaging services.

Google seeks to toss out antitrust lawsuit over default Android apps

Lawyers for Google are going to try to persuade a federal judge on Thursday to toss out an antitrust suit that claims Google forces its Android hardware partners to use Google Search, Maps and other services as default applications. Google contends that agreements it strikes with companies like Samsung Electronics and HTC on Android that include those provisions are not anti-competitive.

Sprint hit with government lawsuit over third-party charges, as FCC's $105M fine looms

Sprint is facing a lawsuit by the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau that alleges the carrier illegally billed wireless consumers for tens of millions of dollars in unauthorized third-party charges.