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Electronic taxi hailing in New York City gets judge’s approval

Electronic taxi hailing in New York City gets judge’s approval

In October 2012, Uber pulled its taxi hailing app from New York City, citing reasons of not having enough participating taxi drivers, and also limitations put in place by the Taxi and Limousine Commission, prompting it to continue its efforts in cities "more innovation-friendly." The issue of electronically hailing cabs grew quickly, and has now reached a potential turning point, with a judge giving the go-ahead for the technology.

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US International Trade Commission sides with Apple in Motorola patent case

US International Trade Commission sides with Apple in Motorola patent case

In late 2010, a Motorola complaint against Apple spurred what has been a long-lived legal squabble between the two companies, something Google has been on the losing end of. Earlier today, the U.S. International Trade Commission sided with Apple in a case started by Motorola over a sensor patent. Google sought to have certain varieties of the iPhone that used the patent's feature blocked in the US, but instead the patent was invalidated.

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Lawsuit attempts to use six-strikes copyright system in case against Verizon subscriber

Lawsuit attempts to use six-strikes copyright system in case against Verizon subscriber

Verizon, which just recently finished its acquisition of Mohave Wireless, has been pulled into a copyright legal spat, with a studio that produces adult films having subpoenaed the ISP for copies of its six-strike alerts against the individual being sued. That's not all the information the studio wants, however, with it prying farther into the subscriber's Internet usage.

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Facebook to go to trial over “Timeline” trademark

Facebook to go to trial over “Timeline” trademark

Amidst all of the good news Facebook has been throwing out, it looks like some bad news was just waiting to rain on its parade. Facebook was sued back in September 2011 by Timelines Inc. over the "timeline" trademark. Timelines Inc., which launched its website in 2009, claimed that Facebook infringed on its trademark when the social network roll out its timeline feature to its user base.

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Ford hit with class action lawsuit over spontaneous acceleration

Ford hit with class action lawsuit over spontaneous acceleration

Ford has been hit with a class action lawsuit by its customers across fourteen states due to an issue with certain models subject to spontaneous acceleration with no way to stop. The lawsuit specifically concerns Ford cars from 2002 to 2010, with claims that the manufacturer deliberately hid the issue from buyers, resulting in the sale of vehicles that aren't worth as much as the consumers paid.

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Apple in court over Siri patent infringment claim

Apple in court over Siri patent infringment claim

Apple is dealing with another problem in China and this time it involves its personal assistant program, Siri. A couple of weeks back, Apple had faced criticism by the television program China's Central Television over issues people had with the company's warranty policy. Now Apple is now dealing with the patent infringement claims made by Shanghai's Zhizhen Network Technology company. The company filed the claims last July.

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