Archive for the ‘Lawsuit’ Category



by Max Lee on April 29th, 2010
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Here’s some great news for Linux users who have been using Linux on their PS3.   As some of you well know, Sony deliberately “disabled” linux operating system on a “mandatory” software update. Of course, the problem lies here that the users who bought the PS3 never  ...
by Max Lee on March 23rd, 2010
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Google recently won a lawsuit against Louis Vuitton where Louis Vuitton sued for copyright infringement for allowing trademark bidding. Some companies want to limit choice for users by extending trade mark law to encompass the use of keywords in online advertising. Ultimately they want to be able to ...
by Max Lee on December 24th, 2009
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Recently, Comcast lost the lawsuit against angry BitTorrent users who were “throttled” although Comcast still denies their actions.  For that, the affected comcast users will get up to $16 each. Not a hefty amount but still, sends a message to all ISPs to not be a “god” of t ...
by Max Lee on December 16th, 2009
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Intel (INTC), after settling AMD for $1.25 billion, has more problems for cheating other chip makers for monopolizing with deceiving compiler improvements: The FTC argued in a release that Intel’s tactics “have stifled innovation and harmed consumers.” The agency also claimed that ...
by Max Lee on December 11th, 2009
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Recently, Intel settles with AMD for recent lawsuits for $1.25 billion, perhaps it’s now time for both chip companies to move forward.  I know AMD has done a lot of damage in the CPU market in the last couple years and I think it’s good to have some competition as that will only mean lo ...
by Max Lee on October 30th, 2009
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Apple(AAPL) and AT&T(ATT) has been hit with two class action lawsuits for failure to make MMS in time.  I think this proves the point that they are simply not doing something right, especially with the recent problems with Google(GOOG) and Google’s GoogleVoice. I don’t think this w ...
by Max Lee on March 27th, 2009
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It’s interesting to note that the 2 giant chip makers Intel and Nvidia have gone into legal battles over license conflicts. I don’t care who’s right here, it just seems pointless that these 2 giants cannot come to agreement outside the court tables. Today, NVIDIA has bucked back b ...
by Max Lee on December 17th, 2008
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Here’s an interesting online case between Toys R Us.com and Amazon.com: After a lengthy trial, the Court found that defendant Amazon.com had breached an agreement it had entered into with plaintiff ToysRUs.com LLC (“Toys R Us”), by permitting third parties to sell toys on Amazon ...
by Max Lee on October 18th, 2008
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(Image Credit) Luxpro, Taiwanese MP3 maker has sued Apple claiming that Apple has monopolized the MP3 market: Filed in the United States District Court Western District of Arkansas, Luxpro says in the lawsuit that “Apple has sought to stamp out the competition using various schemes” and “has ...
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