Webwire: ITC to review MS-Motorola case; NASA hacked 13 times in '11

Staff writer
05 Mar 2012

ITC to review MS-Motorola patent verdict

The US ITC has agreed to review its preliminary ruling in a lawsuit by Microsoft accusing Motorola Mobility of infringing seven patents.


NASA hacked 13 times in 2011

NASA has revealed it was hacked 13 times last year, including one attack on its Jet Propulsion Laboratory which left the China-located hackers with full functional control over the lab's networks.

USA Today

German court throws out Apple, Samsung suits

A German court has thrown out lawsuits from both Apple and Samsung, both asserting ownership of the “slide to unlock” smartphone patent

BBC News

Tajikistan blocks Facebook, local sites

Tajikistan has ordered ISPs to block access to Facebook and two local websites which posted an article critical of president Imomali Rakhmon, in the latest example of state censorship of the internet.


Vodafone India hires new mgmt ahead of IPO

Vodafone India has expanded its management team, creating the new roles of COO and Chief Commercial Officer and hiring four new operations directors, as it sets the stage for an IPO.

Wall Street Journal

Pacific Fibre subsea cable one step closer

New Zealand subsea cable startup Pacific Fibre and partner TE SubCom have completed a permitting study for their planned cable linking Australia, NZ and the US, and are now ready to study the marine route.


AT&T relents on unlimited data cap policy

US operator AT&T has relented on its policy of capping its remaining unlimited data users once their consumption places them in the heaviest 5% of data users for a given month, after customers demanded more clarity. The cellco will instead cap speeds once usage exceeds 3GB for the month.

Associated Press

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