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Apple Inc. has become the latest technology giant to reach a settlement ending e-Watch Inc.’s claims that the company is infringing two patents related to cellphone camera technology, according to a document filed in Texas federal court on Friday.
The Seventh Circuit on Friday affirmed the dismissal of a Time Warner Cable Inc. subscriber’s proposed class action against the company for storing former customers’ personal information, saying the man had neither alleged nor offered any evidence of concrete harm, citing Spokeo.
Departing Federal Communications Commission Chairman Tom Wheeler cast a final spotlight on the “competition, competition, competition” mantra that has been his theme in departing office Friday, stepping down from the agency to make way for Ajit Pai to be elevated to chairman.
Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba has become a worldwide Olympics sponsor through 2028 carrying it through the next three games, all of which are to be hosted in Asia, the company and the International Olympic Committee announced Thursday.
Apple accused Qualcomm on Friday in California federal court of illegal business practices, overcharging Apple “billions of dollars” in royalties, withholding nearly $1 billion in rebates and trying to extort Apple after it cooperated in a Korean regulator’s investigation into the chipmaker’s licensing practices.