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PUBG drops lawsuit against Fortnite creators

The studio behind PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds, PUBG, has dropped its lawsuit against the creators of Fortnite, according to a report from Bloomberg. PUBG withdrew their copyright infringement lawsuit by sending a letter of withdrawal to Epic Games’ attorneys on Monday. PUBG...

Samsung to pay Apple $539 million in iPhone patent case

The patent legal war between Samsung and Apple has finally come to an end. According to reports by CNET, a jury in the U.S District in San Jose ruled unanimously that Samsung has to pay Apple a total of $539...

Facebook’s Oculus to pay $500 million over law suit

A US court has ruled in favour of video game developer Zenimax in their lawsuit against Facebook's virtual reality division, Oculus. The court has ordered the social networking giant to pay $500 million to Zenimax, this according to a...

Uganda’s UBC sues UCC over contract breach

The Uganda Broadcasting Corporation (UBC) has filed a lawsuit against the Uganda Communications Commission (UCC) for reportedly dishonoring a contract that would have made the UBC the sole signal provider in the country. The company said in a press release that...

HTC takes on Apple

Electronics giant Apple has been on the war path for quite some time, suing almost every company it thinks has infringed on a patent. In the last couple of weeks, Apple won a case against Samsung to have the...

Apple takes aim at Motorola

After Apple successfully stopped Samsung with a preliminary injunction from selling their Galaxy 10.1 tablet in Europe, it seems as though the company has now set its sights on Motorola and their Xoom tablet. Just like the Galaxy 10.1 tablet,...

Kenya court fires communications boss

The High Court of Kenya has issued a temporary judgment ordering the embattled Communication Commission of Kenya (CCK) Director General  Charles Njoroge to vacate his office. In his ruling High Court Judge Justice David Maraga said that the decision was...

Vodacom faces litigation in Congo

Vodacom International is accused of usury, breach of trust, fraud and forgery in its dealings with Vodacom Congo, the later seeking a repayment of US$180 million on the overpayments made to the international operator. Congolese Wireless Network (CWN), the 49%...
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Safeguard Introduces a Wireless Alarm, Controlled by Phone

Safeguard Security has introduced an exciting new security alarm system that is wireless, easy to use, operated from your...
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