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    http://imgur.com/gallery/82uz7MH (To assist in being more informative, I have included the imgur link to a screenshot of a random sampling of Simple Mobile "broadband LTE speeds" I've been taking from July to September of this year, you'll note the adverage "Broadband" speed is around 200...
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    California judge dismisses lawsuit against Google for paying female employees less

    A California judge has dismissed the lawsuit against Google that claims Google paid female workers less than men and gave them less opportunities for promotions. The lawsuit can be re-filed on behalf of only the women who faced discrimination instead of representing Google's entire female workforce.
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    US Supreme Court to hear Samsung's appeal on the Apple v. Samsung final damages ruling on October 11

    The Apple v. Samsung case will be taken to the US Supreme Court on October 11. Samsung will have the opportunity to appeal the $548 million in damages that it has already paid to Apple after losing the patent dispute case a few year ago. Samsung claims that the ruling was excessive since the...
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    After defeating Oracle, Google wants Oracle to pay $3.9 billion for its court costs

    The Oracle v Google court case didn't go so well for Oracle. After losing the case in late May, the company may now be on the hook to pay Google's court costs which add up to $3.9 billion. On top of that, Google has also filed for sanctions against the law firm which represented Oracle since...
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    Huawei claims Samsung infringes on their patents, files multiple lawsuits

    In a first for the Chinese-based handset maker, Huawei has filed a lawsuit against Samsung in both the United States as well as China. Huawei is accusing Samsung is infringing on their patents for unlicensed use of fourth-generation (4G) cellular communications technology, operating systems and...
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    Study says Fitbit’s PurePulse technology does not accurately measure your heart rate

    The Fitbit Surge, Blaze and Charge HR all use what the company calls PurePulse technology to track your heart rate. A lawsuit against Fitbit says this technology isn't accurate and that the company is misleading customers thanks to their marketing material. Fitbit denies the claim and says the...
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    Creative wants US bans on smartphones by BlackBerry, HTC, LG, Lenovo/Motorola, Samsung, Sony and ZTE

    Creative is suing 7 major smartphone manufacturers. They have filed a complaint with the US ITC to ask for injunctions on smartphone sales from BlackBerry, HTC, LG, Lenovo/Motorola, Samsung, Sony and ZTE. The company is suing for infringement of a patent they own related to hierarchical menu...
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    Soccer star Pelé is suing Samsung for $30 million over a newspaper ad

    Pelé is 75 years old now but the man is still a legend in the sport of soccer and he's even a household name around the world. Samsung took out a full page ad in The New York Times that shows a soccer player who looks strikingly similar to Pelé. The man claims that because a 2013 advertisement...
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    Thanks to the fine print in consumer contracts, AT&T can't be sued for unlimited data throttling

    A Northern California District Court judge says AT&T customers can't file a class action lawsuit against the company for throttling their unlimited data bandwidth after 3GB of use. The judge points to a line in the typical 2-year contract that everyone has to sign that let AT&T send disputes...
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    Samsung slapped with another lawsuit over untimely software updates

    Although the supposed schedule for Android 6.0 Marshmallow on Samsung devices leaked earlier today, Samsung keeps taking some hits. This time, a Dutch firm has filed a lawsuit claiming that Samsung has not provided their users information about when the updates will be released, any security...
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    Class-Action Lawsuit Says Fitbit Devices Underestimate Heart Rate Calculations

    A class-action lawsuit against Fitbit says their fitness bands "dangerously" underestimate the heart rate when being used during exercise. Fitbit has replied to these accusations saying they stand behind their technology and they reiterated that their products are not medical devices