Wireless Ink Corp. upped the ante Tuesday in its mobile website patent war against Google Inc. and Facebook Inc., filing a new infringement suit in New York against the Internet giants.
Virgin Media Inc. was hit with a derivative and breach of contract suit in New York state court Tuesday alleging its proposed £14.3 million ($23 million) purchase price for a U.K. cable TV operator is unfair.
Poland's antitrust watchdog said Tuesday it had fined one of the country's largest cell phone carriers 130 million zlotych ($45 million) for interfering with a probe of the mobile television market.
Talk Radio Network Inc. won its bid Monday to compel arbitration of talk show host Michael Savage’s suit in California alleging a syndication contract with TRN restricts his ability to accept a competitor’s more favorable syndication offer.
Ogma LLC hit Apple Inc., HTC Corp. and other cell phone makers with its second patent suit in less than a week as the Texas patent holding firm on Monday alleged infringement of video display technology.
Multiservice Solutions LLC slapped Comcast Corp. and three other cable providers with a Texas patent infringement lawsuit Monday over the use and sale of certain Motorola Inc. and Arris Group Inc. cable television receivers and modems.
A California federal judge on Monday approved a $9.5 million, five-state settlement in a class action accusing Sirius XM Radio Inc. of illegally recording customer calls, after denying approval to a similar 11-state deal.
Mobile satellite service operator DBSD North America Inc. on Friday objected to Sprint Nextel Corp.'s demand for more than $100 million in reimbursements in New York bankruptcy court, accusing the telecom giant of seeking more than it was owed.
A group of U.K. news organizations criticized plans to clear News Corp.'s proposed $13 billion acquisition of British Sky Broadcasting PLC without a thorough antitrust review, urging British lawmakers Monday to call for an in-depth probe.
Atlanta-based broadcaster Cumulus Media Inc. struck a deal Thursday to buy Las Vegas-based Citadel Broadcasting Corp., which recently emerged from bankruptcy, after raising its offer from $2.1 billion to $2.4 billion.
Shareholders launched a derivative suit in New York against Sirius XM Radio Inc. brass Wednesday, complaining that executives mismanaged the 2008 merger that created the company and cost shareholders billions of dollars.
A Virginia federal judge refused Monday to dismiss a contract suit over wireless Internet connections for airplane passengers, allowing Lufthansa Systems Infratec GmbH and the service's inventor to seek court declarations that they own rights to the technology.
A U.S. House of Representatives panel on Wednesday approved a resolution to overturn the Federal Communications Commission's recently issued net neutrality rule outlawing discriminatory delivery of broadband Internet services and content.
Nokia Siemens Networks said Wednesday that its $1.2 billion acquisition of wireless networks infrastructure assets from Motorola Solutions Inc. will again be delayed pending approval from Chinese regulatory authorities.
Innovatio IP Ventures LLC hit Caribou Coffee Co. Inc., Panera Bread Co. and a handful of other food, hotel and retail chains with a lawsuit Tuesday in Illinois, accusing them of infringing 14 patents covering wireless networking technology.
A federal judge in Wisconsin approved a settlement Tuesday between U.S. Philips Corp. and Netgear Inc., ending a lengthy and contentious patent infringement suit over wireless data transmission technology.
Canada's telecommunications regulator on Monday cleared BCE Inc.'s CA$1.3 billion ($1.34 billion) acquisition of broadcasting giant CTV, but barred the companies from entering exclusive online distribution deals until the watchdog finishes its review of vertical integration in the industry.
Wireless technology developer InterDigital Inc. argued Monday before the Second Circuit that it was entitled to damages associated with the stay of a patent infringement action against Nokia Corp. in the U.S. International Trade Commission.
A former executive of a telecommunications company admitted to conspiring with other executives to pay more than $500,000 in bribes to Honduran officials in exchange for lowering rates on a long-distance services project, according to a plea agreement unsealed Monday in a Florida federal court.
The Federal Circuit on Friday rejected Cisco Systems Inc.’s bid to nix a retrial granted to Commil USA LLC over allegedly improper religious references made to a Texas jury in a $56 million patent suit over wireless networking technology.