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US Officials Agree New Restrictions On Tech Exports To China – Report

Trump administration is tightening rules to prevent China from diverting advanced US tech for use by the Chinese military

1 week ago

Coronavirus: British Courts To Adapt With Video Calling

With a temporary pause on new jury trials in British Crown Courts due to Coronavirus pandemic, Justice ministry says video…

2 weeks ago

Apple Pays VirnetX $454m Settlement For Decade-Long Patent Battle

VirnetX has declared victory in its long-running patent battle, after Apple pays it a settlement of $454m following supreme court…

3 weeks ago

Pentagon To Reconsider Parts Of JEDI Cloud Contract Award

More bad news for Microsoft, as it is reported the Pentagon is requesting permission to reconsider parts of its decision…

4 weeks ago

NSO Asks US Court To Sanction Facebook Over Lawsuit

NSO alleges Facebook failed to follow 'international law', after the Israeli firm failed to show up in US court to…

1 month ago

US Extends Huawei Trade Licence Again

US Commerce Department grants its fifth licence extension for Huawei, to allow the Chinese firm to continue trading with US…

1 month ago

Intel Argues EU Antitrust Decision In 2009 Was ‘Fundamentally Flawed’

Over a decade later the billion euro antitrust penalty levied against chip giant Intel, continues to be played out in…

1 month ago

NSO Fails To Appear In Court After WhatsApp Lawsuit

NSO Group fails to show up in US court to contest WhatsApp spyware lawsuit, despite promising to 'vigorously fight' Facebook's…

1 month ago

Apple To Settle US iPhone Slowdown Lawsuit

Each user affected by the iPhone slowdown will be paid up to $25, in proposed $500 million litigation settlement in…

1 month ago

Met Boss: Facial Recognition Less Concerning Than Knife In Chest

The United Kingdom's most senior police officer Cressida Dick has strongly defended the use of facial recognition by police forces

1 month ago