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    Can i reset my IP to becoming a new user to sites that have blocked my devices, and IP without them ever getting wise?

    I was recently, and wrongfully banned from my Google account. My innocent family right alongside me. My appeal was denied, and its clear to me now that if I want a Google account I'm going to have to take matters into my own hands. I'm not going to except a lifelong ban over some nonsense...
  2. AlphaAtlas

    Frontier Gets a License for a Major Global IP

    According to a recent report from the London Stock Exchange, Frontier Developments, the studio that is perhaps best known for Planet Coaster and Elite Dangerous, has signed a "major global IP licence to develop and publish a future game." Frontier mentioned that it expects the game will take...
  3. AlphaAtlas

    Huawei is Allegedly Stealing Technology from Apple Suppliers

    Last week, we posted a report claiming that Huawei was trying to reverse engineer screen hardening tech from a U.S. startup. The claims about Akhan Semiconductor's potential military applications were seemingly confirmed yesterday, as they've just been selected by the Army for the integration of...
  4. AlphaAtlas

    Report Claims Huawei Tried to Steal Screen Hardening Tech

    As we've said before, Huawei is in trouble outside of their home country. Last month, the DoJ charged Huawei and several executives with 23 crimes, but Bloomberg recently published a report claiming that U.S government is conducting an entirely separate investigation. The report alleges that...
  5. cageymaru

    Qualcomm Accuses Apple of Stealing Trade Secrets for Rival Intel

    Qualcomm has accused Apple of stealing "vast swaths" of trade secrets to assist Qualcomm's rival Intel in fixing engineering flaws and to increase the performance of Intel's lower quality modem chipsets used in the iPhone. Qualcomm wants to amend its original allegations in its lawsuit to...
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    Korean Government to Enhance IP Protection for Chipmakers

    The Korea Times is reporting that the Korean Government is trying to enhance measures to protect the intellectual property rights of Samsung Electronics and SK Hynix. The move comes after Chinese officials are putting increased pressure on the companies to cross-license more of their technology...