Changes to the App Store and the way consumers and developers can purchase apps and subscriptions has been announced by Apple that will hopefully keep developers and consumers happy, and end US court action against the tech giant - along with setting up a fund to help small US developers.
The Federal Court has ruled that Epic Games v Apple should be heard in Australia.
With cars, computer and telecommunications irrevocably intertwined in the hyper connected 21st century, it is good to see Daimler and Nokia making peace at last.
Since December 2020, Rajiv Ramaswami, the former COO of Products and Cloud Services at VMware, has been the President and CEO of Nutanix, with a lawsuit now underway.
Apple has been ordered to pay US$506 million to the University of Wisconsin-Madison's patent licensing arm for patent infringements for its A7, A8 and A8X processors used in relevant iPhone, iPad Mini, and iPad Air models.
In a landmark ruling, an Austrian court has ordered Facebook to remove hate speech from its posts. The ruling is not country specific.
The clone wars began long ago, with companies accusing each other of infringing on their intellectual property and fighting each other in court for supremacy.
Californian AppleCare+ subscribers have mounted a class action suing Apple for replacing their new handsets with refurbished ones.
Apple may have to prove in court that its 3D Touch, Force Touch and Taptic engine replete with Peek and Pop do not infringe patents held by Immersion Corporation.
The world’s top two smartphone companies have called partial truce in their never ending litigation against each other.
Australian organisations have been warned they may be placed at risk of litigation through compliance breaches due to the increasing cost of collecting and analysing business data, and that the problem could negatively impact their competitive potential in the wider market.
The court case between Apple and Amazon over the App Store trademark has ended with a settlement between the companies that leaves Amazon free to continue using the Appstore name.
Google has reached an out of court settlement in its long-running law suit with five major US publishers over their copyrighted works digitised under Google's Library Project and made available online via Google Books.
A Melbourne company has settled a case brought by the Business Software Alliance on behalf of Autodesk.
A week after Apple's billion-dollar court win against Samsung, the Cupertino-based company is going after more of its Korean rival's products.
Apple may have won a jury verdict in its patent case against Samsung, but its motion to have certain Samsung devices banned from the US won't be heard until December.
Optus has just announced it will take its TV Now case to Australia’s High Court, as the company seeks to have its television recording service declared legal once and for all.
The Federal Court has ruled that the Optus TV Now service infringes copyright.
It seems that Google isn't taking a decision by the full bench of the Federal Court lying down.
Thanks Sam! Best article I've read in a little while :)
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