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Spotify is working on paying money to the people who deserve the credit in making all of the music you stream from Spotify.
A 7-year-long lawsuit has finally been settled between two technology giants. How did it take so long? And how much money will finally change hands?
Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross has officially announced an end to ZTE's US ban, with the Chinese company required to cough up a whopping $1.4 billion.
Even though BLU failed to protect the privacy and security of its users' personal information for a pretty long time, also lying about the company's practices, the FTC is not imposing a financial penalty on the smartphone vendor yet.
It appears not all US-based owners of LG G4, G5, V10, V20 and Nexus 5X phones plagued by the bootloop defect will be compensated for their sorrow after all.
Those who owned the G4, G5, V10, V20 and Nexus 5X and experienced bootloops during usage are apparently getting vindication.
This could be the beginning of an ugly legal war between BlackBerry and Nokia, as the former is disappointed to have to pay the latter $137 million.
If your old Sony phone or tablet, "deceptively" advertised as waterproof, broke down due to water damage, a 50 percent refund could soon be headed your way.
The initial arbitration result was $815 million. The case was over royalty disputes for how many unit sales were included in an initial agreement.
The 2014 cramming case was settled and now the funds surrendered by AT&T and other parties are being distributed to customers.
Apple has settled with a company called Network-1 for use of its file directory patent. The legal paper trail over this patent stretches back 17 years.