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United Arab Emirates to launch bold asteroid mission in 2028
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New UAE space mission will orbit Venus and land on an asteroid
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Britain’s space programme has been hit by Brexit, with FIVE concerns to be resolved before launch.
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Nobel Prize for physics winner shaped ground-breaking Earth-observing mission
This year's Nobel Prize in Physics laureate Klaus Hasselmann...
China deepens application use for BeiDou technology to build an integrated industrial ecosystem
As China has continuously deepened the application of the...
PM Modi launches India’s first private space association
New Delhi: India will soon have policies on space communication...
Hong Kong Institute of Surveyors Building Surveyors Conference 2021
Navigating changes and challenges in surveying industry to enable...
Ladakh admin to use drones to help measuring inhabitant land under SVAMITVA scheme
The Ladakh administration will use drones to help measure 'Abadi...

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Thursday, September 3rd, 2015

Australia-based PhantomAlert Sues Google Over Stolen Data

Google is being sued over claims that Waze, an Israeli traffic mapping startup it acquired in 2013, stole data from a competitor. PhantomAlert alleges that Waze took data from its “points of interest” database without permission, and that...

Monday, August 12th, 2013

LightSquared and Harbinger Capital Take Aim at Deere, Garmin, and Trimble

Hedge fund Harbinger Capital, has filed suit in federal court against Deere & Co., Garmin Ltd., and Trimble Navigation Ltd. for failing to disclose problems with the companies’ GPS navigation systems that caused the Federal Communications Commission...

Wednesday, August 17th, 2011

South Korean Apple Users Sue Over Location Privacy

More than 25,000 South Korean iPhone users have filed a class action lawsuit against the US technology giant Apple for alleged privacy violations over the collection of location data. The lawsuit came after lawyer Kim Hyung-Suk was awarded...

Thursday, July 14th, 2011

Apple Pays $945 Penalty in South Korea iPhone Tracking Suit

A South Korean District Court judge last month ruled that Apple’s Korea unit must pay a man 1 million won—about US$945—in a suit over the Apple iPhone tracking user’s movements. According to reports, the suit against Apple...