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Huawei has filed a patent infringement lawsuit with a U.S. court. The lawsuit is against Verizon which has allegedly violated 12 U.S. patents belonging to Huawei. Huawei said it has compiled proof.
The United States International Trade Commission has said that it will look into Nintendo's latest console following patent infringement claims by accessory smartphone accessory maker Gamevice.
A Chinese court this week ruled against Samsung in an ongoing patent dispute with Huawei. The company has also been instructed to stop sales of all products that use the technology in question.
Pulling out the old patent infringement cudgel again, Qualcomm is continuing to try to beat Apple into submission in what now seems to be a daily routine of claims, suits, and legal wranglings.
As if all the legal filings weren't keeping attorneys on both sides busy enough, Apple has countersued Qualcomm, saying that the latter's Snapdragon processor design infringes on one of its patents.
No prominent technology company is ever immune from the possibility of patent infringement suits. Apple and Microsoft get most of the headlines, but now Huawei may be in trouble over its watches.
Apple is being sued again for patent infringement, and the U.S. International Trade Commission will be joining the fray. The suit, filed last month, spurred the ITC into its own investigation.
An Israeli startup company has filed a patent infringement suit against Apple over the dual camera technology in its iPhones. The case alleges Apple knew about the patent and used the tech anyway.
This suit between Apple and patent holding company VirnetX has been going on for five years, and despite the verdict, it appears Apple is willing to extend it even further through the appeal process.
In its latest lawsuit against Apple, Qualcomm is trying to get the Chinese government to ban the sales and production of iPhone in the country on charge of intellectual property infringement.
Qualcomm has filed a lawsuit against Apple, claiming that the company infringes upon its patents without paying royalties. As such, it seeks to ban the sale of iPhones which use these patents.
A federal court in Marshall, Texas ruled last Friday that Google must pay $20M in damages, after it was found that the Chrome browser infringed upon four patents for anti-malware software.
Finnish telecom giant Nokia has sued Apple in the US and Europe for infringing upon 32 of its patents related to smartphone hardware and software, and for declining to accept licensing offers.
Huawei alleges that Samsung has infringed its patents in various 4G technologies, and operating system and user interface elements, in its smartphones - but another claim remains secret for now.
After Apple won $120 million in their patent lawsuit against Samsung, Samsung has now appealed Apple's victory and won. Samsung has also counter-sued and it was found that Apple violated a patent.
Apple must pay over half a billion dollars in damages in a ruling made on Wednesday by a US court. VirnetX, the company who owns the patents, has previously won cases with other big name companies.
Almost five years after the original complaint, Apple might get some money out of Samsung for alleged patent infringement. But Samsung seems to be in a much better position to contest the verdict.
Although the ruling between Apple and Samsung's case in the UK was made in June, the Court of Appeal review has now been finalized and reasons as to why Apple has lost have now surfaced.
Judge, Lucy Koh, who is leading the trial between Samsung and Apple over patent infringement, has stated that quotes from Steve Jobs must be left out of the court case, as they aren't of relevance.
Backweb, an Israeli company which creates communications acceleration software based on Push technology for the Web, intranets and extranets has filed a lawsuit against Microsoft claiming that the Microsoft Windows Update feature infringes on Backweb's...