Spectrum sharing makes strange bedfellows, with air-combat systems potentially sharing frequencies with consumer mobile devices, reports Bloomberg.
Switzerland's highest court rules that Google doesn't have to offer an absolute guarantee of anonymity to citizens who appear in Google Street View photos, the AP reports.
Reuters reports that the Samsung-Apple patent trial that was set to open June 11 is canceled, because a federal judge has decided that neither side can prove infringement.
Apple may seek an injunction to stall Samsung's planned June 21 release of the Galaxy III smartphone in the U.S., CNET reports.
Verizon's Chief Technology Officer Tony Melone, speaking at an industry conference, says the FCC places unnecessary restrictions on spectrum deals, CNET reports.
Research In Motion decides to stop marketing its $199 16 GB Playbook tablet, Reuters reports.
The use of Google's Android mobile operating system across devices with different screen size and memory specifications may be thwarting developers who wish to market applications for Android phones, Bloomberg reports.
Mozilla makes Google the default browser in the Russian version of the Firefox browser, supplanting local incumbent Yandex, reports The Next Web.