Displaying items by tag: San Diego

ANALYSIS The Australian Federal Police appears to have provided the best possible argument for not passing federal bills that seek to enhance its powers, following the provision of details about using existing Australian encryption laws to read the encrypted messages of criminal gangs and take them down.

Published in Government Tech Policy

Semiconductor, services and software firm Qualcomm has signed an agreement with Chinese telecommunications equipment vendor Huawei Technologies to settle a pending payment, as well as a new long-term global patent licensing deal.

Published in Mobility

Chip manufacturer Qualcomm and Apple have announced an end to all litigation between the two companies, in a surprising development on a day which was expected to mark the beginning of a long and brutal fight over Qualcomm's patent-licensing practices.

Published in Technology Regulation
Tuesday, 16 April 2019 05:28

Apple-Qualcomm court battle set to kick off

A court battle between chip maker Qualcomm and Apple will begin in San Diego on Monday, with the Cupertino giant accusing its one-time supplier of engaging in patent licensing practices that amounted to double-dipping.

Published in Technology Regulation

A resident of San Diego, California, has sued Google overs its deceptive practice of continuing to track users' locations even after the Location History option was turned off on its Android mobile operating system.

Published in Mobility

Qualcomm has fired another shot in its battle with Apple, filing lawsuits in China to try and stop the iPhone maker from selling and manufacturing phones in the country.

Published in Strategy

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