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Delaware Chancery court's temporary injunction to prevent the buyback of company shares by Activision has been lifted.
The wider privacy issues are still unresolved, however.
The NCA has arrested individuals worldwide suspected of running a multi-million pound marketplace.
Smartphones (and tablets) are just open hotspots for trouble waiting to happen if their owners don't take precautions immediately.
The US wouldn't uphold a ban on the import of some older versions of Apple iPhone and iPad, but it had no such qualms about banning some older Samsung Android smartphones and tablets from the US market.
Rather than settle out of court, Kaspersky Lab has called Lodsys' patent bluff and managed to see the lawsuit dismissed.
Hundreds of new Craigslist ads in San Francisco and other US cities target people seeking help and counseling for depression and panic attacks. The ads do not reveal they are for Scientology. UPDATED: Counter ads informing the public are the result of an Anonymous campaign.
Ministry of Communications and IT says it is prepared to issue additional telecoms licences, on top of the four integrated national mobile licence to be awarded to Ooredoo and Telenor, and two local operators.
China has initiated a crackdown on mobile apps that offer news services but failed to obtain the necessary regulatory approval, which are notoriously difficult to obtain.
Healthcare.gov isn't off to a great start, but Wall Street and VC partners seem more concerned about the pulse of Twitter's IPO.
Google's chances of avoiding European sanctions over its search practices are looking better.
China has introduced rules to regulate the collection and use of personal data by its internet and telecoms operators. The rules have been a long time coming, but do they actually offer anything to users?
A draft bill that force tech firms to disclose when they suffer security breaches has drawn the ire of the Netherlands' IT industry.
Microsoft is in line for substantial payouts if its acquisition of Nokia's devices and services business doesn't come off. But if the deal fails and it's not Nokia's fault, it'll be landed with a €750m bill.
A U.S. court has shown support for the idea that social media 'likes' and preferences should have the same level of protection as legally protected speech.