Yahoo has seen some pretty big shocks in this company, and seems now to try again changing tack. As AllThingsD reports, Yahoo today launched what it described as “large” patent infringement case against none other than Facebook. That the request is for a total of ten patents covering everything from advertising and privacy measures to create a social network and the message itself. As stated in the complaint (you can see the source link below), Yahoo said that Facebook infringes any patent, and go, including basic functions such as News Feed, user profiles, and their advertising methods. Yahoo even said in a statement that it has licensed patents to others, but “the problem remained unsolved” and therefore “obliged to federal court,” noted whether it is “confident” that applies.
For its part, Facebook says it is “disappointed that Yahoo’s effort to join us is limited to a few short calls and we continue to learn new developments around the long-term partners through the press” ;;, adding that “we will act vigorously to defend themselves against pests. “
China Mobile has announced an agreement with Clearwire last fall to accelerate the launch of TD-LTE network, and now the largest wireless carrier in China has revealed some more details about the launch would take place and how great it is. Speaking at the Mobile World Congress, China Mobile, the Chairman Li Yu said the company has more than 20,000 stations based TD-LTE work later this year, and full of 200 000 and running by the end of 2013. The first deployment will occur in six tests will be announced as well as three additional cities to be confirmed at MWC: Beijing, Tianjin and Qingdao. Two cities, Hangzhou and Shenzhen, is expected to have a total of TD-LTE coverage area of the city this year, while others will have more coverage to the next phase of deployment starts.