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HTC sues Apple in the UK as legal ruckus comes to Blighty

Tally-ho! HTC is bringing its legal tussle with Apple to our British courts, having filed a lawsuit in London. This comes just two weeks after a US court ruled HTC is infringing on two Apple patents.

By August 2, 2011


Crave at CES: Bieber fever hits Las Vegas

CES 2012 is drawing out some major celebrities, including Justin Bieber who hit the show floor to introduce a dancing robot. See what else caused a ruckus on day two of CES.

By January 12, 2012


Ruckus intros affordable enterprise access points

Ruckus announces the ZoneFlex 7300 series of enterprise access points that have the starting price lower than $500.

By March 15, 2010


Draconian copyright bill hits the Internet buzz saw

The Stop Online Piracy Act (SOPA) raises a ruckus as the Internet wakes up to realize that this nutty copyright bill could actually pass.

By November 16, 2011


Ruckus outdoor access points

Ruckus unveiled Monday its new outdoor wireless access points that comes with beam-forming technology designed to offer better performance and range.

7 Images By July 20, 2009


Ruckus brings Wireless-N outdoor the smart way

Ruckus Wireless unveils first outdoor Wi-Fi system with dynamic beam forming.

By July 20, 2009


Cisco's expected server splash raises data center ruckus

As we move to converged boxes--switches and storage meet servers and virtualization--the architecture of the data center will get much-needed change.

By March 13, 2009


Anti-P2P bill gets warm welcome from Ruckus.com

Should federal financial aid be jeopardized if a university doesn't sign up for an RIAA-blessed music site? One such site thinks so.

By November 13, 2007


Google ads go behavioral

The search giant launches "interest-based" advertising as a beta test on partner sites and on YouTube. Will users raise a long-term ruckus?

By March 11, 2009


Total Music: 'Free' can't compete with free

Sony service and its college-specific subsidiary, Ruckus, suspend operations, joining a long list of record industry failures to build a viable online music service. Here's a tip: customers first.

By February 11, 2009