LG has filed complaints with the U.S. International Trade Commission and United States District Court for the District of Delaware against BLU for infringing five LG patents that have been declared as essential to the LTE standard.
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ZTE has agreed to plead guilty and pay around $900 million to the United States to settle allegations that it violated American laws on selling U.S. technology to Iran.
Apple is investigating a video showing a smoking iPhone 7 Plus which Brianna Olivas posted to Twitter, a video of smoke billowing from her iPhone 7 Plus
Samsung and Verizon have completed deployment of 5G systems in five U.S. cities in preparation to begin customer trials of 5G technology.
LG's webOS 3.5 Security Manager is the first smart TV platform certified for its effective cybersecurity capabilities by UL, one of the world's foremost experts in safety, security and sustainability.
TrackNet has announced the unveiling of Tabs™ at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Spain, February 27-March 1. Tabs combines a Wi-Fi / LoRa hub with Internet parental control and a broad range of sensor devices.
A U.S. magistrate judge has decided that two patent infringement suits against BlackBerry should go forward. Patent holder PanOptis Patent Management LLC had filed two separate complaints against the company in January.
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BlackBerry asked a New York bankruptcy court Friday, to lift the stay on its patent suit against Avaya Inc., claiming that the company is continuing to sell the allegedly infringing products.
CSRA has announced that it has signed a three-year Enterprise Agreement with Microsoft to enable CSRA to utilize Microsoft's products, such as Microsoft Office365, for the Microsoft Azure cloud platform.