• AT&T Customers to Get $88M in Refunds for Bogus Charges

    AT&T Customers to Get $88M in Refunds for Bogus Charges

    AT&T customers who had unauthorized third-party charges added to their bills will be getting their refunds soon, the Federal Trade Commission announced today.7 million AT&T customers who were charged up to $9.
  • FTC: Qualcomm Violated Competition Laws

    FTC: Qualcomm Violated Competition Laws

    Its Snapdragon processors also power many models of the iPhone, and its arrangement with Apple drew particular scrutiny from the FTC, which claimed that Qualcomm requested exclusivity from Apple in exchange for reduced patent royalties.The agreement with Apple was in effect from 2011 until last year, and prevented the iPhone maker from buying chips from Qualcomm's competitors, according to the FTC complaint.