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Nokia and HTC end their patent dispute, agree to license each other’s tech

Nokia and HTC have officially put all this patent litigation nonsense behind them. The two have settled their disputes, signed an agreement to license each others technology, and even decided to explore further opportunities to collaborate. The…

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Google and Samsung agree to license each other’s patents for 10 years

It’s no secret that Google and Samsung need each other given that Samsung dominates Android device sales. It only makes sense, then, that the two companies have just struck a deal to license each other’s patents for the next 10 years. In addition to …

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Google and Samsung agree to license each other’s patents for 10 years

It’s no secret that Google and Samsung need each other given that Samsung dominates Android device sales. It only makes sense, then, that the two companies have just struck a deal to license each other’s patents for the next 10 years. In addition to …

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Google and Samsung agree to license each other’s patents for 10 years

It’s no secret that Google and Samsung need each other given that Samsung dominates Android device sales. It only makes sense, then, that the two companies have just struck a deal to license each other’s patents for the next 10 years. In addition to …

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Boston Police indefinitely suspend license plate reader program citing privacy concerns

Privacy advocates scored a major victory in Boston this week when the city’s police department announced it would indefinitely suspend its use of automated license plate readers. The Boston Globe reports that the 14 devices currently in use let the BPD scan as many as four million vehicles a year, compiling the resulting date, time, and GPS coordinates into a massive database of private citizens’ movements around the city. Commissioner William Evans aims to review the policy surrounding license plate readers “so he knows that it’s being used effectively and that it doesn’t invade anyone’s privacy,” said spokeswoman Cheryl Fiandaca.

The decision follows an inquiry by investigators at MuckRock that asked the BPD for its scan…

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Palantir is helping California police develop controversial license plate database

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Throwing more light on the controversial use of police license plate readers, a new report from the Center for Investigative Reporting reveals the development of a new California database under development with the help of Palantir, a Silicon Valley firm whose data analysis technology is in wide use by the US intelligence and defense communities. According to the report, the company is party to a $ 340,000 contract to build the new infrastructure. The project is being spearheaded by the Northern California Intelligence Research Center — an office set up after the 9/11 terror attacks to enable police and intelligence agencies to share data.

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iPhone 5 gets Chinese network license, expected to go on sale by mid-December

iPhone 5 gets MIIT network license, Chinese passport

The Ministry of Market and Innovation of the Individuals’s Republic of China has rubber-stamped Apple’s iPhone 5 as being appropriate for sale in the country. It’s the last of numerous regulatory difficulties the mobile phone has had to jump through, and is expected to be on sale by Mid-December. The filings reveal that both a WCDMA and CDMA-2000 edition have actually been approved, verifying reports that it’ll be available on both China Unicom and China Telecom. Most likely Tim Cook and chums didn’t elegant building a TD-SCDMA variation simply for China Mobile, however don’t fret folks– Stephen Elop’s got your back.

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Honeywell next up to get a patent license from Microsoft, goes the Android handheld route

Honeywell next up to get a patent license from Microsoft, goes the Android route

Stop us if you’ve heard this one before: a company that wants to start using (or keep using) a Google OS strikes a patent licensing deal with Microsoft to avoid the legal barrage that will invariably follow if it says no. It’s Honeywell singing the tune this time, and the company has reached an agreement that will let it use Android or Chrome OS on devices like a new edition of the Dolphin 7800 rugged handheld (shown here) without perpetually looking over its shoulder. Neither side is going into the specifics, although Microsoft has steered Honeywell into using its boilerplate copy about royalties trading hands. The truce won’t help the prices of Honeywell devices; even so, it’s good news for developers and customers who’ve been part of the company’s official Android feedback program. We’re still yearning for the day when we can get root access on a Honeywell thermostat.

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