Ofcom has received an application from EE to trade its unpaired 2.6 GHz spectrum (2595-2620 MHz) from its Spectrum Access licence no. 1191194 to Telefonica UK.
Ofcom has today opened an investigation in relation to BT’s compliance with its obligations as a broadband universal service provider.
A US federal judge ruling will allow Apple to continue to bar the Fortnite game from its App Store, but also sets out that it cannot harm publisher Epic Games' developer tools business, which includes the Unreal Engine software use by other video games.
In a unanimous decision, the Permanent Court of Arbitration at The Hague on Friday ruled that India’s retrospective demand of Rs 22,100 crore as capital gains and withholding tax imposed on the UK telecommunication company for a 2007 deal was “in breach of the guarantee of fair and equitable treatment”.
A US judge has blocked Donald Trump's executive order banning WeChat in the United States. In issuing the preliminary injunction, Judge Laurel Beeler wrote that the plaintiffs, a group of US-based WeChat users, had shown "serious questions" in their claim that the executive order threatens the users' First Amendment rights.
Apple countersued Epic Games on Tuesday, claiming the company breached a contract when it introduced a new in-app payment system within the popular video game Fortnite. Apple asked U.S. District Judge Yvonne Gonzalez Rogers for punitive damages and to block Epic from continuing what it calls unfair business practices, in the escalating skirmish between the two companies
A three-judge panel in California has ruled that Apple Store staff should be paid for time spent waiting to undergo the company's bag checks, in the the latest turn in a class action Apple has been battling for seven years, fending off retail workers that asked to be paid for up to 45 minutes spent at the end of their shift waiting to be searched.
The UK Supreme Court today unanimously dismissed appeals by China’s Huawei and ZTE in patent disputes over mobile data technology with Unwired Planet International and Conversant Wireless. It is the first time that a UK court has issued a decision on what constitutes a fair, reasonable and non-discriminatory (FRAND) commitment to licence standard-essential patents (SEPs).
An Android app developer has sued Google for allegedly anti-competitive and unlawful practices related to its Google Play app store, and attorneys say its behaviour – which gives rise to U.S. Android developers having to pay it exorbitant fees – constitutes violation of federal antitrust laws, according to Hagens Berman.
In the latest round of the legal battle between BlackBerry and Facebook, BlackBerry's desperate patent lawsuit against Facebook is continuing in a Munich court in Germany, according to US court filings by Facebook.
Apple has removed Epic Game's flagship game Fortnite from the App store, after a Fortnite app update that allowed players to buy in-game currency at a lower rate if they bought direct from Epic, bypassing Apple.
Ofcom has confirmed plans to auction important airwaves to help improve mobile broadband and support the rollout of 5G. Ofcom manages the UK’s airwaves – or spectrum – a finite resource that is essential for wireless services including mobile phones.