Google Inc. has come under fire from various European countries which have demanded that the Internet search behemoth should fine tune its privacy policies.
The patents purchased cover technology designs and studies encompassing Wireless, 4G, Internet and Semiconductors.
Europe fears breach of privacy with Google's unified private policy
An Indiana man Michael has been slapped with legal prosecution for uploading derogatory remarks against DEA agents.
The company won a lawsuit case against Microsoft in a German court.
The cat is out of the bag as Congress led ruling UPA alliance has cleared FDI in retail and aviation. Will the government allow long stuck proposal of increasing FDI in insurance as well? Not likely, say experts.
Merrymaking moment finally makes way to merchants in US! MasterCard, Visa and leading banks ran into an agreement late Friday to resolve a long-running legal feud with retailers over the fees charged on retail stores for accepting credit cards.
Nestlé, the world’s largest food company, said it would do more to abolish child labor and other working violations in its West African nation, Ivory Coast. A study was carried out by the Fair Labor Association with Nestlé's support pointing out a range of problems.
International Trade Commission has banned Motorola Mobility’s android powered Smartphone import in the United States for violating Microsoft patents.
As U.S. Presidential polls are looming closer Obama government is seen gambling with assorted strategies for wooing its citizens, who apparently are grappling with surging gasoline prices. The latest strategy comes in the form of proposed measures for oil market crackdown and fighting oil market manipulations.