The developers of GTA have filed a lawsuit against the BBC for trademark infringement related to its upcoming TV drama about the gaming series, which Rockstar says it's "had no involvement with".
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For all their rhetoric against Android, Apple was open to licensing its iOS patents to Samsung as far back as 2010, according to new evidence from the patent trial between the two tech giants.
In a controversial ruling in the Oracle v. Google Java lawsuit, the jury issued a partial verdict in favor of Oracle. The jury's results have prompted Google to motion for a mistrial.
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The highest court in the European Union ruled yesterday that programming languages cannot be copyrighted, although original works created from programming languages can be.
Judge Richard A. Posner had harsh words for Apple's recent motions against Motorola, saying he's fed up with Apple's frivolous filings.
A U.S. International Trade Commission judge issued a ruling today which found Microsoft's Xbox 360 infringes on four of Motorola's patents relating to H.264 video encoding.
The US ITC has issued a preliminary ruling in the Microsoft/Motorola patent complaint. As it stands, Motorola has been found to be violating one of Microsoft's mobile patents.
Baystar, a group that recently invested (and even more recently un-invested) in SCO, have conceeded that the reason why they invested in SCO was because they banked on getting a good return from the litigation...
Roxio told us today it hasn't decided if it is to pursue litigation against a one-man Finnish developer for trademark infringement. Jukka Poikolanien has been selling Easy CD-DA Extractor since 1998, but...