India's Unitech Group asks India's Company Law Board to stop auction of assets of the joint venture company by its partner Telenor.
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Only about 70 handsets recovered so far nearly two weeks after they were stolen from the airport cargo area, a day after the Samsung smartphone's launch.
Individuals have to take their own steps to manage their personal data but how much power and provision they have to do so remains in question, according to industry players and advocacy groups.
The deal is expected to be completed by December this year, and will boost the Taiwanese company's portfolio of flat panel patents and R&D capabilities in this area.
Japanese company alleges phonemaker's devices such as Droid X and Xoom infringe on four patents relating to camera and photography tech, and sues after licensing discussions failed, report says.
Apple ends dispute after mediation, and this could open doors for it to resume tablet sales in country, report says.
Both companies agree on 10-year deal to tap on each other's patented technologies to further their businesses and preemptively defuse possible patent spats, report says.
After its patent victory over Samsung in a U.S. court, Cupertino followed that up by filing a court request to ban the sale of eight phones made by the Korean company in the country, including its Galaxy S II and Galaxy S II 4G.
The country's Food and Drug Monitoring Agency, partnering with Interpol, seizes US$15,600 worth of fake or illegal drugs sold on the Web sites but misses out on capturing key players.
CEO of L99.com plans to sue social networking giant, claims he has video evidence of Facebook CEO attending lecture where he introduced feature.