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Google's rivals in the EU have not ruled out legal action against competition authorities.
The two have been battling since 2012, with several HTC phones banned from sale in Europe.
Apple's remarks in a patent trial suggested an 'American-versus-non-American theme' to the jury, Judge Koh said.
Ulbricht will plead not guilty to charges including narcotics conspiracy and computer hacking
Police have been stymied in attempts to obtain code to unlock the iPhone of a woman murdered last July.
The bill comes in answer to rising smartphone and tablet theft across the U.S. and could usher in the technology on phones sold nationwide
Twitter has complied roughly 70 percent of the time with data requests from the US government, the company disclosed Thursday.
The iPhone keyboard maker says BlackBerry's patents are invalid and the company doesn't own the concept of a keyboard.
Leaked documents suggest the agency used denial-of-service tactics and assisted law enforcement in identifying Anonymous members
Ross Ulbricht will plead not guilty at an arraignment scheduled for Friday, his lawyer said
The U.S. is investigating the company's compliance with government contracting rules
The latest round of reports come after an agreement between the government and tech companies about what information can be released
The country's Federal Prosecutor General has received several complaints over Germany's involvement in the NSA's spying program
Aleksandr Panin, arrested last year, was the primary developer of the banking fraud malware, says the U.S. Department of Justice.
The agency announces a data-breach settlement with the California company