LG is finding itself with a legacy issue near the launch of its new G6 flagship. LG’s G4 and V10 smartphones were both subject to intense bootloop issues, affecting thousands of devices. While LG began offering replacement devices and fixes about a year ago, customers have complained of various ... Read More »
Google’s battle with Oracle has spanned years. We were at the point where Oracle was demanding a part of the Android business to the tune of almost $9 billion, plus half a billion of lost licensing revenue.
Thankfully, the matter has been settled. After witnesses spoke out, including Eric Schmidt (who worked at Sun Microsystems ... Read More »
Huawei is currently suing Samsung both in China and the US over the unlicensed use of patents relating to 4G and a few other things. It’s funny, in a way, that a Chinese company is suing a well-established mobile company. It’s usually the other way around.
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We’re pretty used to patent infringement lawsuits in the mobile world. Apple and Samsung have been duking it out for years, so seeing another lawsuit pop up doesn’t surprise us. But usually it’s a company like Apple suing a Chinese company over ... Read More »
Motorola’s warranty has been talked about for quite a while in the Motorola community lately, and in a negative way. With so many first gen Moto 360 owners facing the issue of a cracked back, warranty has been an important part of owning a Moto product.
Unfortunately, it seems Motorola has been failing to provide ... Read More »
Google recently announced plans to consider rolling out Google Fiber in Louisville, Kentucky. The rollout would have been held up for a few months, had the Louisville Metro Council not passed an ordinance that shortened the time needed for a competitive internet service to access the city’s utility poles. The new ordinance shortened ... Read More »
Not long ago, the FTC sued T-Mobile for the practice of cramming, or adding fraudulent charges to a customer’s bill without their authorization. These charges were often premium text message services that offer wallpapers and ringtones for a monthly charge, though this charge is often alluded to be ... Read More »
Android is a wonderful mobile operating system, but with it has come a lot of litigation. Plenty of companies have sued Android manufacturers for infringement, including a few patent trolls that just exist to buy patents and use them in court. To combat this, Google purchased Motorola and kept its patent ... Read More »
You’ve probably heard of Apple’s trouble with App Store billing. Kids have purchased hundreds or even thousands of dollars worth of apps and in-app purchases trying to play those pesky pay-to-play games. This resulted in the FTC forcing Apple into making some changes to the billing process, making it more resistant to unauthorized purchases.
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The legal battle between Oracle and Google has been going on for quite a while, and a lot has been at stake. Oracle claims that Google built Android on copyrighted APIs, which would mean serious trouble for both Google and Android if the courts agreed. When the core of Android is claimed to be illegally ... Read More »