Apple Inc have a miserable time this week as they are facing a lawsuit in the European courts. On Friday, the giant company had a patent infringement battle with Motorola Mobility in Germany – this in the same week that a Spanish court also ruled against the Cupertino-based company.
According to a blog post written by Florian Mueller, the Mannheim Regional Court had granted Motorola Mobility a ban against Apple, maker of the iPhone and iPad.
BBX, the operating system that Research In Motion depended upon in reviving its floundering BlackBerry franchise, has run into difficulty even earlier the company could install the system in its smartphone line.
A New Mexico firm asserts the “BBX” name is secluded by trademarks it holds and is threatening tin taking legal action against RIM unless it discontinues using the moniker.
First State Superannuation has abandoned legal charges against security consultant Patrick Webster for releasing a security hole without their authority.
The company had work help fixed Webster’s computer problem regarding a legal document which demanded he give the company’s IT staff access to his computer.
Some law firm in the United states is thinking of pressing charges against the recent Research In Motion Ltd for last week’s outage. The said outage has crippled email and messaging services for tens of millions of users around the world. Consumer lawyers trying to find out if customers have common claims against the BlackBerry Read more
A teacher from Missouri is filing a suit against the state because of a new law not allowing teachers to talk with their students online. The teacher claims that the legislation had made it illegal to talk with her child on the social network, Facebook.