Motorola Solutions wins $765m theft and copyright lawsuit against Hytera

The ruling comes nearly three years since Motorola Solutions initially filed the complaint against Hytera. Read More

Samsung board Chairman Lee Sang-hoon resigns following jail sentence

Lee Sang-hoon is serving time for violating labor union laws. Read More

TPG and Vodafone merger approved by Federal Court

After three weeks of evidence and four months of consideration, Justice Middleton has ruled that the proposed merger between Vodafone and TPG can proceed. Read More

Services Australia ‘legal privilege’ robo-debt claim refused by Senate committee

As former Labor Leader Bill Shorten says, relying on a computer algorithm was a ‘stupid idea’. Read More

Amazon demands Trump testify about the JEDI contract

Amazon is attempting to depose President Donald Trump and others over the US government’s award the $10-billion dollar JEDI cloud to Microsoft Azure over AWS. Read More

Huawei takes Verizon to court for alleged patent infringement

The Chinese company claims it was the last resort following lengthy negotiations with Verizon. Read More

Irish watchdog launches Google, Tinder GDPR data processing probe

The companies’ roles as data controllers are being examined in depth. Read More

Data Windows 10 1909 sends to Microsoft can be totally shut off, but doing so is risky

Tests suggest Microsoft is letting enterprise customers completely shut off Windows 10 telemetry data collection. Read More

Apple’s defense of iPhone Lightning fails: Standard charger law due by summer 2020

European lawmakers have ignored Apple’s arguments against a common mobile charger. Read More

Robocall block: Now US wants to fine man $12.9m for making ‘harmful’ robocalls

The man made thousands of calls to US households in the hope of boosting the profile of his podcast. Read More