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Google sued in Germany over video streaming patent

The patent was successfully used to obtain sales bans against Android phones and tablets earlier this year

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Patent battles risk disrupting Xiaomi's international expansion

A patent dispute has forced Xiaomi to stop its smartphone sales in India

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Cisco sees a data analytics fortune at the edge of the network

The company is packaging analytics solutions for networks of connected devices

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EU antitrust commissioner to meet Google complainants

More input is needed in order to take the case forward, antitrust commissioner says

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Xiaomi faces copycat charge from Japanese company over new air purifier

Balmuda is considering taking legal action against Xiaomi

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Xiaomi faces phone ban in India over Ericsson patent suit

Xiaomi, which considers India an important market, seems ready to negotiate

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Google News to be shut down in Spain ahead of new law

Google said it can't afford to pay for a service that doesn't make money for the company

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FTC will target patent trolls, commissioner says

The agency, even while studying patent assertion entities, can take action against unfair practices, Brill says

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Cisco buying Neohapsis for security brainpower

The small Chicago firm will add to Cisco's security services expertise

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Daum Kakao CEO accused of allowing sharing of child porn on company's messenger app

South Korean police are investigating allegations that more than 10,000 users of Daum Kakao's mobile app exchanged child pornography images

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Skype implicated in EU corporate income tax scandal

Microsoft, which bought Skype in 2011, said it 'modified Skype's business model' after the takeover

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DOJ: Companies need to trust gov't on cybersecurity

U.S. companies should recognize that criminal investigations are different from surveillance, a DOJ official says

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China reminds Apple on need to support privacy, security in its products

A Chinese official secures a privacy pledge from Apple's Tim Cook during a company visit, according to Xinhua