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Apple and Qualcomm simply settled their large criminal fight

What a wild ride it’s been, folks! On Tuesday, Apple and Qualcomm announced that they reached a settlement for all ongoing litigation between the two companies, worldwide. The news comes on what would have been the day both sides presented opening arguments in district court in San Diego for Apple’s billion dollar lawsuit against Qualcomm....CONTINUE READING
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The five maximum obnoxious issues from Devin Nunes’s lawsuit in opposition to Twitter

Devin Nunes, Republican congressman from California and Trump lapdog, is suing Twitter for a deeply hilarious reason. The thrust of the Nunes’ lawsuit is that two parody accounts — @DevinNunesMom and @DevinCow — defamed Nunes with the assistance of the third defendant, strategist Liz Mair. Twitter is also named in the suit for just letting...CONTINUE READING
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Qualcomm received a $31 million patent infringement case towards Apple

Qualcomm has won a victory against Apple in a sideshow to the main legal struggle between between the two tech giants. A San Diego jury has found that Apple infringed three Qualcomm patents regarding iPhone startup and battery life, according to Reuters. The jury has ordered that Apple pay $1.41 per iPhone with patent infringement,...CONTINUE READING
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The ones ‘Fortnite’ dance complaints appear to be they are all going to be shot down

The United States Copyright Office has made it pretty clear that people can’t sue Fortnite developer Epic Games for creating emotes inspired by dances they’ve done. After Fresh Prince of Bel-Air actor Alfonso Ribeiro filed a lawsuit against Epic Games for its use of the iconic Carlton dance, a correspondence with the U.S. Copyright Office...CONTINUE READING
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Sean Rad, early Tinder employees, sue Tinder owners IAC/Match for billions

They call it selling out for a reason. On Tuesday, ten Tinder co-founders and early employees filed a lawsuit against the dating app’s overlords, InterActiveCorp (IAC) and Match Group. The plaintiffs, who include co-founders Sean Rad, Justin Mateen, and Jonathan Badeen, allege that the corporate owners deliberately sought to manipulate the valuation of Tinder, in...CONTINUE READING
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The Fyre Fest guy is still out here conning people

Just when you thought it was safe, the epic millennial influencer debacle known as Fyre Festival is back in the news for, surprise, fraud. SEE ALSO: Upcoming documentary to add fuel to the Fyre Festival disaster Billy McFarland, the low-rent scam artist responsible for the festival disaster heard ’round the internet, is back in trouble...CONTINUE READING
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PUBG owners sue Fortnite to ‘protect copyright’

Fortnite, arguably the most popular game in the world right now, is being sued by the team behind PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds (PUBG). PUBG Corporation, the team behind PUBG, filed a lawsuit in South Korea against Fortnite developer Epic Games, The Korea Times reported Friday. The lawsuit suggests that Fortnite, specifically the Battle Royale mode, violates PUBG’s...CONTINUE READING
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Exxon sued for stoking drought, floods, and wildfires

Coastal cities like New York and San Francisco have already started legal battles with oil giants for knowingly fueling climate change. Now, landlocked communities in Colorado have filed their own suit against the oil companies Exxon Mobil and Suncor, both of which extract large amounts of oil and gas from the Colorado ground. The lawsuit,...CONTINUE READING
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‘Pokémon Go’ Fest attendees get $1.6 million settlement after disastrous event

You may remember that the Pokémon Go Fest that happened last summer did not go so well. Well, on top of giving attendees refunds and bonus in-game currency to make up for the terrible event, developer Niantic is paying out over $1 million to disappointed visitors. After getting hit with a class action lawsuit over...CONTINUE READING
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Apple could be subject to criminal charges in France over phone slowdowns

Things are getting more serious for Apple over the revelations that the company purposely slows down older phones. They could face criminal charges in France under a recently passed obsolescence law.  SEE ALSO: Yes, Apple sometimes slows down old iPhones to prevent unexpected shutdowns A report from French outlet The Local (via The Verge) detailed...CONTINUE READING
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