Recently we told you that Kodak is a one step from bankruptcy, which is why the U.S. company launched a crusade to raise money by any method possible. Last week the company filed suit against Apple and HTC in the International Trade Commission and WIN now legal team pointed it at Samsung .
According to a press release New Yorkers filed a federal lawsuit alleging the South Korean corporation that several of your devices (smart phones and tablets) violated five of its patents on digital images
. Kodak evidently are willing to take any action to avoid bankruptcy. As reported by the U.S. company patents involved in the lawsuit include several technologies to capture and transmit images (from the email sent to transfer via cellular networks). For now do not know what Samsung devices would have breached the techniques reported by Kodak. It is ironic that the maximum photo icon had to “downgrade” to fight for patents on digital photos to escape bankruptcy. For many years, Kodak scorned digital photography business
saying that the public would never abandon the printed images, and now I can do more than eat his own words. So far no more news was reported on the issue but when more news on the situation of Kodak, and their claims to the technology giants most successful moment will keep you updated.
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For many, the name of Jesse William McGraw does not mean anything. However, this is the true identity of GhostExodus , a hacker who gained enough relevant between 2009 and 2010 when he was arrested by U.S. justice. The young man is accused of violating the computer system of a hospital in Dallas and manipulation of information from patients .
the news recently that this hacker has been sentenced to more than 9 years in federal prison . It is really shocking news as far never been given a harsh penalty as a hacker. In addition, this class prisons are for violent criminals . id=”more-14418″>
Jesse William McGraw was arrested in June 2009, after penetrating the security of 14 computers WB Carrell Memorial Clinic
. In this room the boy had a night shift as a security guard and took the quiet of the place to compromise systems used to store the information of patients.
But that’s not all, also changed the operation of HVAC, a technology used in hospitals to keep in the right spot heating, ventilation and air conditioning . The system is very important because it helps create the “climate” perfect for patients.
“GhostExodus” had gotten away with had it not been for an oversight. Time after hacking into systems of clinical mentioned the young rose to a series of YouTube videos showing the method . Thus, we could say that he dug his own grave. now have to spend your next 110 months in federal prison .
Source: Dallas Observer.