Talking Mobile with LegalShield

Alyssa Clementi sits down with Mike Roberts, managing director of LegalShield, to discuss disrupting the legal services space with mobile and app technology in 2020. In 1972, Ada, Oklahoma resident


US Supreme Court to weigh in on App Store antitrust case

The US Supreme Court is set to reach a decision later today on whether or not consumers and developers can sue Apple for monopolising the iOS app distribution market with


Qualcomm claims Apple is $7bn behind on royalty payments

As the legal battle between the two companies continues, chip manufacturer Qualcomm has claimed that Apple is $7bn (£5.5bn) behind on patent royalty payments owed. The comments were made during


Google+ to shut down after user data exposed

Google is shutting down its ill-fated social network, Google+, after user data was exposed, with up to 500,000 users affected. According to a report in the Wall Street Journal, the


Uber pays $148m following data breach cover-up

Ride-hailing firm Uber is paying $148m (£113m) to settle legal action over a data breach that exposed the personal information of 57m customers and drivers, and its subsequent attempt to


Tencent pledges tough new rules as China cracks down on gaming addiction

Chinese tech giant Tencent is set to introduce new age controls to its most popular mobile game franchise as the Chinese government pushes for stricter measures aimed at combating video


California closes in on restoring Obama-style net neutrality laws

California legislators have taken a step closer to imposing strict net neutrality laws on internet providers operating within the state, placing them at odds with the policies established by the


Celebrities and influencers warned over not labelling paid posts

The UKs Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) has launched an investigation into social media figures over concerns that they are not properly declaring when they have been paid or otherwise


US Supeme Court bans police access to phone data without a warrant

The US Supreme Court has issued a ruling barring police from accessing mobile phone records without first obtaining a search warrant. The ruling, which covers information including call listings and


Phantom Secure chief executive indicted over drug cartel links

Vincent Ramos, the chief executive of encrypted smartphone company Phantom Secure, has been arrested by the US Department of Justice and indicted, along with four associates. Charged with racketeering and

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