• Net Neutrality Decision: What Matters, What Doesn't

    Net Neutrality Decision: What Matters, What Doesn't

    So let's take a look at the decision, why it matters, and why it doesn't.The three-judge panel upheld the FCC's regulations -- and with them, the FCC's right to regulate ISPs -- in a 2-1 decision.
  • Net Neutrality Decision: What Matters, What Doesn't

    Net Neutrality Decision: What Matters, What Doesn't

    So let's take a look at the decision, why it matters, and why it doesn't.The three-judge panel upheld the FCC's regulations -- and with them, the FCC's right to regulate ISPs -- in a 2-1 decision.
  • Appeals Court Blocks FCC's Public Broadband Expansion Plans

    Appeals Court Blocks FCC's Public Broadband Expansion Plans

    The FCC claimed these new services would provide jobs, as well as better service for businesses and individuals.The US 6th Circuit Court of Appeals has struck down a Federal Communications Commission order concerning municipal broadband expansion, ruling that the FCC overstepped its authority by overriding state laws limiting municipal expansion.
  • Appeals Court Blocks FCC's Public Broadband Expansion Plans

    Appeals Court Blocks FCC's Public Broadband Expansion Plans

    The FCC claimed these new services would provide jobs, as well as better service for businesses and individuals.The US 6th Circuit Court of Appeals has struck down a Federal Communications Commission order concerning municipal broadband expansion, ruling that the FCC overstepped its authority by overriding state laws limiting municipal expansion.
  • $120 Million Apple Patent Win Against Samsung Reinstated

    $120 Million Apple Patent Win Against Samsung Reinstated

    In another setback for Samsung this week, an appeals court reinstated a $120 million patent judgment that Apple won in the companies' long-running feud.6 million verdict in Apple's favor.
  • Supreme Court Hands Samsung Patent Victory Over Apple

    Supreme Court Hands Samsung Patent Victory Over Apple

    The Supreme Court on Tuesday overruled an earlier court decision that would have required Samsung to pay Apple $399 million for damages related to smartphone patent infringement.The decision is a significant reversal of fortunes for Apple, which was initially awarded north of $1 billion, before seeing its damages eroded to $548 million and finally to just under $400 million with successive appeals by Samsung's lawyers.