Nokia and Kyocera Agree To Play Nice
Jan 10, 2006, 3:54 PM by (staff)
Nokia and Kyocera today settled a patent battle that the two have been fighting for over a year. The two companies each hold patents to certain aspects of chipsets for a number of protocols, especially Asia-centric ones. Under the terms of the mutual agreement, Kyocera will pay Nokia to license certain patents relating to PHS, PDC and CDMA. In turn, Nokia will be licensed for Kyocera's patents when used in phones, modems or base stations regardless of protocol.
Facebook Adds Dating, Story Sharing, Group Organization, More
May 1, 2018
Facebook today made a significant number of additions to its platform that will lead to more features for end users over time. For example, a new tool will allow Facebook users to post to their Facebook Stories directly through third-party apps.
Google Pay Arrives to Fully Replace Android Pay and Google Wallet
Feb 20, 2018
Google today released Google Pay, the revised payment application and service that replaces Android Pay. Google Pay encompasses most features of Google Wallet and Android Pay in a single app, allowing people to use Google Pay to make payments online and via mobile devices.
Nokia's ReefShark Chips to Connect 5G Base Stations
Jan 29, 2018
Nokia today announced new 5G chipsets that will triple the throughput of base stations while also drastically slashing power consumption. The ReefShark chipsets pair Nokia's antennas with artificial intelligence in order to push the performance of base stations.
Intel, Samsung Pile On Qualcomm By Supporting FTC Lawsuit
May 15, 2017
Intel and Samsung support the Federal Trade Commission's antitrust investigation against Qualcomm and have filed amicus briefs to air their own complaints. The FTC hit Qualcomm with legal action in January and suggested that the company's patent licensing practices may violate monopoly regulations.