Spanish police have arrested a Dutchman suspected of being behind one of the biggest ever web attacks.
Spanish police forces have apprehended a hacker responsible of taking down a site through DDoS or Distributed Denial of Service.
The Dutchman, suspect of one of the biggest DDoS attack of sites on the web, is now held in Barcelona prison through a request by the Dutch prosecutor.
The site on the issue is Spamhaus, an anti-junk mail website. The attack sent a incredible amount of data to the site for it to crash and . . . → Read More: Spamhaus Hit by One of the Biggest DDoS Attack on the Web; Attacker Captured
Friday, the German court has favored with HTC Corp, an android smartphone manufacturer, against the battle of patent case filed by Nokia Corporation.
Two patents were infringed by HTC according to Nokia but the judges had not been convinced with the allegations and had to favor with the Taiwan-based company.
2 Patents in the issue: First, the “Method” or EP0812120 patent, which uses the telecommunication network services, system and terminal. Second, the “Electronic Display Device and Lighting Control Method of Same” or EP1312974. It is the way of light control of the displays of . . . → Read More: HTC Favored by German Court in Patent Case Filed by Nokia
The battle between tech giants, Microsoft Corporation and Google Inc., over patent issues finally put on a stop.
According to a trade judge, he stated that the game console, Xbox video gaming system, did not violate or infringe the patents that Google’s Motorola Mobility unit made.
Judge David Shaw from the U.S. International Trade Commision is clearly siding with Microsoft Corp. in this case. But his conclusions are the not final yet and still subject to review by the panel-of-6-commission, which has the ability to stop the the imports of products that violates the patents in the U.S.
. . . → Read More: Patent Case between Microsoft and Google is Finally Clear
For almost two years now, Sony Corp. will host its very first major Playstation meeting this February. This has sparked an outburst in online assumptions that the Japanese consumer electronics giant is on the preps of revealing the successor of its PS3 games console.
The PS3 games console has sold about seventy million when it was released six years ago.
However, Sony has refused to comment on the speculations that it would be releasing a new product at a meeting on the 20th of February. Masaki Tsukakoshi, a spokesman from Sony, commented that they will be discussing purely about Playstation . . . → Read More: Sony to convene assembly for Feb20 Playstation revelation
Google is again facing a new case, but this time they are not defending it, instead they are ready to pay the penalty.
The Mountain View, California-based Google is said to be negotiating with the FTC regarding the penalty or how much they have to pay for breaching the Safari Internet browser that Apple Inc. made, according to a person who is knowledgeable about the matter.
The fine could possibly reach over $10 million dollars, according to the person, who refused to be acknowledged for the reason that negotiations are private. The penalty will be the very first . . . → Read More: FTC Fines Google for Breaching Safari
Users of Google’s Gmail service once again stumbled on some errors preventing them from accessing their email accounts on Tuesday afternoon but as soon as the search engine giant received the report, it was fixed right away.
“The problem with Google Mail should be resolved,” according to Google in a note on its Apps Status Dashboard. “Please rest assured that system reliability is a top priority at Google, and we are making continuous improvements to make our systems better.”
The search engine giant first identified the issue around 12:40 p.m. EST, stating that the . . . → Read More: Gmail Service Interruption Now Resolved
Friday, the Dusseldorf district court ordered Samsung must not sell the Galaxy Tab 10.1 in Germany because it looks much as iPad 2 by Apple Inc. Samsung Germany is also not allowed to sell the Tablet in any other European Union country, but other divisions of Samsung can sell into those countries.
Samsung will try to appeal the decision in the Higher Regional Court in Dusseldorf, according to a spokesman. He said in a statement, “We are disappointed with this ruling and believe it severely limits consumer choice in Germany…”
Apple filed infringement charges . . . → Read More: Apple Wins Over Samsung: Permanent Ban of Selling Tablets