Nokia says that Microsoft is now liable to pay compensation to customers who bought faulty handsets from the Finnish company, after a court ordered that Nokia Mexico pay damages to those customers.
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A Mexcian court has ordered Nokia to pay damages to customers who purchased handsets that were later found to be defective - and owners of these faulty devices can still register for compensation.
After being prematurely outed earlier this month, Nokia has now officially announced the Lumia 505, an entry-level device packing an 8MP camera and a 3.7-inch AMOLED screen.
A Mexican court has fined Yahoo $2.7 billion dollars over an apparent breach of a contract that seems to date back to 2003. The search giant obviously intends to challenge the decision made.
With the closure of Demonoid, there had been hopes that the site would return. These hopes seem to have been dashed by the discovery that you could buy the rights to the infamous domains.
A Demonoid staff member was apparently arrested in Monterrey, Mexico in October 2011, and a criminal case of intellectual property rights violations is being built against the site's owners.
One of the world's largest telecommunications providers has launched a trial in which free Wi-Fi access is provided in exchange for picking up dog poop - the greater the weight, the longer you'll get.
The hacker group Anonymous is continuing to launch cyber attacks on various web sites around the world, with the newest victims being three Mexican government-based web sites.
Anonymous falls back on their plan to attack the Los Zetas drug cartel in Mexico after the alleged kidnapping of a member during Operation Paperstorm. Surprised?
Anonymous has made a direct threat to the Zetas Cartel in Mexico over the alleged kidnapping of a member in Veracruz. The group promises vengeance, if their demands are not met by November 5th.
Two Mexicans, charged with "terrorism", could face up to 30 years in prison for allegedly posting false claims of shootings and kidnappings on Facebook and Twitter, causing chaos in the local area
According to the Mexican media, a post made on the social networking site, Facebook helped lead authorities to the main suspect in the shooting of the footballer Salvador Cabanas. In January 2010 the Paraguayan footballer...
Intel has warned the workers at its Fab 11 plant in Rio Rancho, New Mexico, that it could lay off as many as 1,000 of the 1,500 employees when it stops producing flash memory chips...
By filing requests with the World Trade Organization, the European Union and Mexico have shown their hope to join Japan and Canada in helping the United States add pressure against China over increasing piracy concerns....
Newly elected Mayor Marcelo Ebrard has moved quickly to restore order to Mexico City by going after well-known crime dens and clearing the city's narrow streets of informal vendors. Police who have raided the capital's...
Intel Corporation has beaten the "one laptop per child" program to the punch by shipping its Intel Classmate PCs in volume to Brazil and Mexico. The low-cost 1.3kg "classmate PC" laptop features a Intel Celeron...
Microsoft said Tuesday that it is expanding its Windows XP Starter Edition to include Mexico, with plans to eventually offer the low-cost operating system throughout Latin America. The software maker said that...
Microsoft Corp. said on Tuesday it will pay New Mexico consumers as much as $31.5 million to settle a class action claiming the world's largest software maker had overcharged for software. The settlement, which received...
Mexico residents will be spending more on wireless services than on traditional fixed-line services by 2006, a study predicts. Wireless voice and data revenue will grow at a compound rate of 21 percent...