Huawei has won an injunction prohibiting ZTE from selling certain USB modems, as part of the patent battle between the two companies.
Three French publishers are suing Google for $13 billion, claiming that thousands of their works were scanned for Google Books without their permission.
Chinese internet company Tencent Holdings grew its first-quarter profit 61% to 2.87 billion yuan ($428.2 million) due to success at its online games business.
Cisco has foreshadowed plans to cut more jobs after reporting an 18% slump in profit for its third quarter to $1.8 billion. The number of job reductions will depend on how many employees are willing to take the early retirement packages the company plans to offer.
Japan's NTT Com has purchased a 70% stake in Australian IT infrastructure, consulting and managed services provider Frontline in its second major Australian acquisition.
Denmark's TDC will buy Onefone for up to 313 million Danish kroner ($59.5 million) in a bid to defend its market leadership in its domestic market.
Argentina's government has announced plans to auction off up to 35MHz of 1900MHz spectrum in each of three service areas - as well as 7.5MHz of 850MHz frequencies in one – in the second half of the year.
Google has hired lobbyists to press Nevada lawmakers to pass legislation that would allow for the licensing and testing self-driving cars, such as the fleet it has been trialling.