Remember that $1-billion judgement Samsung was ordered to pay Apple? Well Samsung is not ready to give up yet, and they have convinced the judge who oversaw the case to look into the claims that jury foreman Vel Hogan concealed
Apple and Samsung are at it again. This time, Apple is going after Samsung for the Galaxy Note 10.1 and Android Jelly Bean. Apple claims that the Galaxy Note 10.1 is in direct violation of its patents. Apple also claims Samsung
Recently, Apple was forced to place a statement on its website regarding its claims that Samsung infringed on the iPad. The judges ruled that the wording of Apple's statement and the obscure placement on its website was not
Apple and Samsung have had their fair share of up and downs in court this past few months, but Samsung recently took a pretty big beating. Today however things are about to take a large change in direction. Apple's "bounce back"
Samsung and Apple have what could be described as a rocky relationship. One of them is suing the other for one reason or another once a week, or so it seems. Well now, it seems that Samsung is cutting the one friendly
Apple and Samsung, as many of you are undoubtedly already aware, have been trading blows in courtrooms around the world for quite some time now. Samsung, though it's been hit hard in rulings in the past, managed to chalk up a win
Yesterday, the US Court of Appeals overturned a sales ban on Samsung's Galaxy Nexus smartphone. It appeared as though the device was destined to be lost in history and that Apple had this battle won. However, with the ruling
If you thought Apple had the last laugh, or that these lawsuit court battles were over you were wrong. Today the US Court of Appeals has overturned the preliminary injunction that banned the sales of Samsung's Galaxy Nexus
Over the last year, now Google-owned Motorola Mobility has been caught up in a variety of patent issues involving alleged infringement of Microsoft and Apple patents, many of which have since been upheld by various courts.
Microsoft had a claim in German courts that Google-owned Motorola infringed on its patents, but German counts ruled its claim invalid. Microsoft claimed that the way Motorola's devices used radio and apps infringed on its IP.