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Apple vs Samsung lawsuit full of secret combat

b>NEW YORK/b>: The biggest legal battle for the technology industry is playing out in a federal court in Silicon Valley, where Apple is trying to stop Samsung from selling Galaxy phones and Tablets in the United States.


Apple says Samsung patent royalty demands unfair

However Samsung contends that its royalty demands are consistent with industry norms.


Feds can't indefinitely gag Yahoo about subpoena, judge rules

Law enforcement cannot indefinitely forbid Yahoo Inc from revealing a grand jury subpoena that seeks subscriber account information, a US judge ruled, because doing so would violate the company's free speech rights.


Google wins dismissal of Android privacy lawsuit

Google Inc won the dismissal of a lawsuit by Android users who said the company violated its own privacy policy by disclosing their names, e-mail addresses and account locations to third parties without permission, to boost advertising revenue.


Microsoft lawsuit against government relies on speech, privacy rights

When the US Department of Justice sought permission to search a Microsoft Hotmail account in 2014, a judge rejected one condition the agency asked for.


Oracle, Google fail to settle Android lawsuit before retrial

Oracle Corp and Alphabet's Google unit failed to settle a long running copyright lawsuit over the Android operating system ahead of a retrial scheduled for May, according to a court docket.


Facebook wins dismissal of US lawsuits linked to terrorism

A federal judge on May 18 dismissed two lawsuits seeking to hold Facebook Inc liable for supporting terrorist groups by letting them use its social media platform to further their goals, including violence against Jews.


BlackBerry sues Facebook, WhatsApp, Instagram over patent infringement

BlackBerry Ltd on Tuesday filed a patent infringement lawsuit against Facebook Inc and its WhatsApp and Instagram apps, arguing that they copied technology and features from BlackBerry Messenger.


BlackBerry seeks new life from old patents to stem sales decline

BlackBerry Ltd, seeking ways to stem revenue declines, is dusting off its old patents and asking other companies to pay up for using technology BlackBerry claims it invented years ago.


Facebook reviewing whether misused data still in hands of political consultant

Facebook said on Sunday it was conducting a "comprehensive internal and external review" to determine if the personal data of 50 million users that was reported to be misused by a political consultant still existed.