FTC certain to get cold feet on Apple complaint
Published in Processors


Jobs’ Mob must go to court

It is starting to look like the FTC’s much publicised legal case against Qualcomm at the insistence of Apple is not going to go anywhere.

Qualcomm won't surrender to Apple
Published in Mobiles


Q1 financials out

Qualcomm has announced its Q1 fiscal earnings and the conference call was deeply influenced by Apple’s latest decision to legally go after Qualcomm. The president of the company was crystal clear that the company will work to vigorously defend its business.

FTC to take on Apple for stealing Nokia’s ideas
Published in News


"Good artists copy; great artists steal"


The fruity cargo-cult Apple’s policy of stealing other people’s ideas, but vigorously defending its own patents has been called into question by the US Federal Trade Commission.

D-Link busted for inadequate security
Published in News


FTC will not let it be


The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) has filed a complaint against network equipment vendor D-Link saying inadequate security in the company's wireless routers and Internet cameras left consumers open to hackers and privacy violations.

FTC to clamp down on slow security updates
Published in News


Asked eight leading players what they are doing

The Federal Trade Commission has written to eight leading players in the mobile communications arena requiring them to tell the agency how they issue security updates to address vulnerabilities in smartphones, tablets, and other mobile gear.

FTC will not let Google be
Published in News


Playing monopoly with Android

The Federal Trade Commission has started investigating complaints that Google unfairly uses its Android mobile operating system to bolster popular products like Google Search and Google Maps. 

Google fudges search results for advertising
Published in News


Dirty deeds done dirt cheap

Google appears to have fudged its search results to make a quick buck from advertising, according to an Federal Trade Commission report accidently leaked to the Wall Street Journal.

google

Then the courts will be busy

y lawbookhammer

Samsung, LG, Pantech, SK Telecom, KT and LG in hot water

google_logo_new

Proof of Google's anti-trust