The U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Florida, West Palm Beach has ruled against Apple in its copyright violation claims against Corellium, which offers virtual iPhones for security researchers testing for vulnerabilities in the operating system.
A day after it was disclosed that Israeli intelligence firm NSO Group hacked iPhones of 36 Al Jazeera journalists, top tech company's Microsoft, Google, Cisco, VMware and the Internet Association filed an amicus brief in a legal case brought by Facebook-owned WhatsApp against the NSO Group.
Snap has won a significant victory in federal appeals court in a patent lawsuit brought by BlackBerry against Snap, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and WhatsApp.
MobileIron has agreed to drop both patent infringement and extortion claims it levelled against BlackBerry. In a four page joint filing, BlackBerry and MobileIron asked Magistrate Judge Joseph Spero to end MobileIron's case, which it filed against BlackBerry in April.
UK competition regulator the CMA has referred the proposed merger of Liberty Global-owned Virgin Media and Virgin Mobile with Telefónica’s O2 for an in-depth Phase 2 probe following Virgin and O2’s request that the watchdog move quickly to this stage through a ‘fast-track’ process.
Ofcom has today fined BT £6.3m after its network division failed to give a rival company the same information as BT’s own bid team during the tender for a public sector telecoms contract in Northern Ireland in 2017/18.
UK Telecoms providers will be banned from installing Huawei equipment in the UK’s 5G networks from next September, the government has said.
The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has today rejected ZTE’s petition to have its status as a national security threat reconsidered.
A Swedish court has overturned a decision to prohibit Huawei equipment from entering the country’s 5G network
The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) today announced a settlement with Zoom that will require the company to implement a robust information security program
Apple has been ordered to face a proposed class-action lawsuit by shareholders who accused Chief Executive Tim Cook of concealing falling demand for iPhones in China.