A California man has launched a class-action lawsuit against technology giant Apple for failing to introduce an iPhone safety feature that would prevent people from texting while driving.
Tech giant Apple is suing mobile chip maker Qualcomm in a patent fight pitting the iPhone maker against one of its major suppliers. Qualcomm is being depicted as a greedy monopolist in the suit.
A new class-action lawsuit aims to hold Apple accountable for a number of car accidents caused by distracted drivers using their iPhones. Texting and driving is six times more dangerous than drinking and driving.
Chip-making giant Qualcomm is using unfair and anti-competitive practices to force cellphone companies to use its processors, according to a complaint filed yesterday in U.S. District Court by the FTC.
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