Back in April of this year, BlackBerry was awarded $814.9 million in an interim arbitration settlement with Qualcomm. The company has announced today that that it has reached an agreement with Qualcomm.
The European Commission has fined Facebook €110 million (£95m) for providing incorrect or misleading information during the Commission's 2014 investigation under the EU Merger Regulation of Facebook's acquisition of WhatsApp.
The UK National Cyber Security Center (NCSC) has updated its statement warning that in the UK and elsewhere, further cases of ransomware may come to light, possibly at a significant scale, after Friday’s massive WannaCry
A global cyber attack, which has crippled NHS services in England and several utilities firms, is now spreading globally. Phones and IT systems at trusts and hospitals with numerous non-emergency operations cancelled as a result.
The U.S. Federal Trade Commission and the Florida Office of the Attorney General will host a press conference in Tampa, Florida at noon on Friday, May 12 to announce a major consumer fraud enforcement initiative.
BlackBerry has been awarded $814.9m (around £652m) in an arbitration settlement with Qualcomm. That £652m sum, which will increase next month when legal fees and interest are added, was awarded to BlackBerry.
VeloCloud Networks today introduced the SD-WAN Security Technology Partner Program, along with inaugural partnerships with security industry leaders, including IBM Security, Check Point Software, Fortinet, and Zscaler.
Amazon today announced that it has reached an agreement to acquire SOUQ.com, an e-commerce leader in the Middle East. Joining the Amazon family will enable SOUQ.com to continue growing while working with Amazon.
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
BT has been fined £42m by Ofcom, the largest penalty imposed by the regulator, and will have to pay an estimated £300m in compensation to rival telecoms companies over delays installing high-speed internet connections.
After the London terrorist attack this week, where Khalid Masood killed four people in Westminster, the home secretary has said that intelligence services must have access to encrypted messaging services.