Ericsson and Samsung Electronics have come to a new licensing pact for wireless technology, putting an end to the patent war between the two firms, Bloomberg reported.
The Motorola Mobility unit of Google was mostly defeated in the antitrust case it filed against LCD makers it had claimed colluded to fix prices, Bloomberg reported.
Tech giants Microsoft and Samsung are in talks to acquire stakes in a France-based online music startup and a video-sharing website, according to a report by French weekly Le Journal du Dimanche.
Apple and Samsung consented to have a mediator to help put an end to their patent disputes before their next trial will begin in March, Bloomberg reported.
Intel introduced wearable computing devices as it seeks to grow its operations beyond personal computers and tries to get back on track after missing the huge opportunity presented by smartphones, Reuters reported.
Apple Inc has asked a US District Court in California to ban the sales in the US of more than 20 smartphones and tablets of its rival Samsung Electronics, Bloomberg reported.
The Federal Trade Commission in a statement said the US government approved Microsoft Corp.'s acquisition of Nokia's mobile phone business on November 29. The European Union is set to decide on the matter on December 4.
Microsoft Corp. is set to secure a European Union (EU) approval for its proposed USD7.3 billion takeover of Nokia's mobile phone business. Regulators from various countries had already given the green light to the deal.
The following bids, mergers, acquisitions and disposals were reported on Wednesday including Telefonica Deutschland, Devon Energy, Metro AG, Devon Energy Corp and others
Samsung would be seeking to compete with Google Inc by developing its own version of Google Glass, according to a Korean patent filing.
A fake press release was sent claiming Samsung Electronics would buy Sweden’s Fingerprint Cards that made shares soar on Friday trading.
Press release provider Cision AB said it had been investigating why it released an incorrect report about Samsung's purchase of Fingerprint Cards.
After receipt of shares in Seagate Technology as payment, Samsung is now reselling the shares back to the Dublin based firm for USD1.51 billion.
Compiled reports by The Next Web confirmed news that Samsung Electronics Co Ltd would be region-locking almost all of its Android phones.
The smartwatch had been seen as the latest addition to the consumer electronics market however a source said the device would not change anything in the industry.
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