Huawei has filed two patent infringement lawsuits against Verizon Communications in U.S. District Court. The Chinese telecommunications equipment giant wants Verizon to compensate it for the use of technology it says are covered by 12 Huawei patents, including ones related to networking, security and video communications. Before the lawsuits were filed, Huawei claims it negotiated
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Facebook said on Friday production of its Oculus virtual reality headset would be hit by the recent coronavirus outbreak, which has weighed on businesses dependent on Chinese supply lines. Earlier in January, the world’s largest social media network started restricting its employees from travelling to China, in the face of rising death toll from the
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Affiliate Disclosure: By buying the products we recommend, you help keep the site alive. Read more. Want to download a public video off Facebook? You have no shortage of options. There are dozens of sites and you can also download them straight from Facebook without any third-party tools. But how do you download a private
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TVs this year will ship with a new feature called “filmmaker mode,” but unlike the last dozen things the display industry has tried to foist on consumers, this one actually matters. It doesn’t magically turn your living room into a movie theater, but it’s an important step in that direction. This new setting arose out
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Next Tuesday, Samsung kicks off smartphone season with its Unpacked event in San Francisco. One of two tentpole events for the company, the big show brings with it the latest edition of the company’s primary flagship line, the Galaxy S. Samsung played a fun little trick, holding the event on February 11th at 11AM PT,
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Prenez-vous les cartes de crédit? asks Tim Cook as he prepares to personally expense this trifling €25m On Friday, the French government fined Apple €25m for slowing down certain iPhone models to preserve battery life, a practice the Cupertino idiot-tax operation acknowledged back in 2017 following complaints about undocumented processor throttling. That’s the equivalent of
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‘I’m sorry, Dave, I’m afraid I can’t fetch that document’ Continuing to drop flame retardant on the dumpster fire that is web security, Google on Thursday said it will soon prevent Chrome users from downloading files over insecure, plain old, unencrypted HTTP. “All insecure downloads are bad for privacy and security,” declared Joe DeBlasio, who
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