Fox Loses AutoHop Injunction, BlackBerry 10 Gets FIPS Clearance: Tech Business Wrap

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On Wednesday, Fox (NASDAQ:NWS) saw its request for a preliminary injunction against Dish Network Corporation’s (NASDAQ:DISH) ad-skipping AutoHop features on its Hopper DVRs rejected by Judge Dolly Gee in California. Fox, Comcast Corporation’s (NASDAQ:CMCSA) NBC Universal, and CBS Corporation (NYSE:CBS) are all suing Dish over the tech, which they contend breaches copyright.

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Research In Motion (NASDAQ:RIMM) wins one as its forthcoming BlackBerry 10 device and new enterprise management platform are awarded United States FIPS 140-2 security clearance, which marks the first time that BlackBerry products have been FIPS certified prior to introduction. The company has more than 1 million government customers in North America and it will now allow government agencies to use the products.

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