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A Delaware federal court did not err in how it construed a claim term in a patent for GPS-guided maps asserted against Verizon affiliates, the Federal Circuit determined on Tuesday.
A proposed spectrum auction in the 2.5 GHz band may be a flop if the Federal Communications Commission does not listen to educational institutions on how they want to use the airwaves in the future, cautioned one industry member during a Washington, D.C., panel event on Tuesday.
BAE Systems Inc. announced Tuesday that a U.S. Department of Defense combat support agency has re-upped the company’s contract for video analytics, training and intelligence support with a $250 million task order.
The Federal Communications Commission's sole active Democrat has queried the U.S. Department of Justice over whether the proposed Sprint-T-Mobile tie-up would allow a single entity to control too much of the airwaves.
A radio industry group fighting for the survival of its antitrust suit against a music rights agency has urged a Pennsylvania federal court to let it bolster its allegations with new evidence purportedly showing the agency blackmailing a radio network that had turned over evidence against it.