Ericsson files lawsuit against Apple over alleged patent violation

Washington: Apple has been slapped with a lawsuit by Ericsson over alleged violation of 41 patents that essentially apply to iPhone and iPad sales. According to Tech Crunch, Ericsson, the pioneering wireless technology has filed suit against Apple both with the International Trade Commission (ITC) and the US District Court for the Eastern District of


Japan’s NTT to buy German data centre operator: report

TOKYO: Japanese telecom giant NTT Communications is looking to acquire German data centre operator e-shelter, as it seeks to cash in on growing demand in Europe, a newspaper reported Saturday. Data centres are becoming crucial for IT companies operating in Europe, with many of the continent’s consumers wary of US surveillance in the wake of


BPO companies get new growth drivers

MUMBAI: Business process outsourcing companies are once again optimistic about the domestic market, as a new breed of customers including e-commerce firms and existing clients raise spending on customer service. Over the past few years, a slew of BPO companies bowed out of the Indian market as their largest customers — telecom firms — pushed


DD can share feed of World Cup 2015 matches with private cable operators: SC

NEW DELHI: Public broadcaster Doordarshan (DD) can continue to share live feed of cricket World Cup matches with private cable operators as the Supreme Court today granted a stay on the Delhi High Court order in this regard. The High Court had allowed the plea of Star India Ltd, which holds the exclusive telecast rights