Although Apple has claimed victory over Samsung in one its longest patent legal battles, it is not getting everything it wants. US District Court Judge Lucy Koh has just denied Apple’s motion seeking for a permanent
Samsung’s ‘Smart Pause’ feature, which stops on-screen scrolling when you look away, is being challenged. A Canadian University claims the technology was pinched from them, and they’re pursuing legal action as a result.
Branding is serious business, even if it’s just a distinctive color, as T-Mobile‘s latest court victory shows. A federal court in Texas has ruled that Aio Wireless has infringed on the trademark magenta color that
Barely two weeks after finally going to trial, the US District Court for the District of Delaware has declared a mistrial in the patent infringement suit brought by Intellectual Ventures against Motorola Mobility. While
Even while scheduled for a mediation session, Samsung and Apple have already notified the San Jose Federal courthouse of both parties’ patents and products for inclusion in an upcoming trial. This third trial in the very
Nokia seems to be raking in legal points in Germany as it scored yet another patent win against HTC. This time, the patent in dispute is quite an essential one that lets devices be compatible even with older network technologies.
Samsung has just earned a slight reprieve in one of its many legal scuffles with Apple. A judge has found Samsung without fault in allegations that it had used confidential licensing agreements between Apple and Nokia in order to
A lawsuit has been filed against the founders of mobile payment operator Square, Jack Dorsey and Jim McKelvey. The suit alleges patent infringement, as well as breach of fiduciary duty. Filed by a professor in St. Louis, it’s
Motorola has begun their trial against alleged patent troll Intellectual Ventures this morning. Opening statements were heard in a Delaware courtroom, where a case brought against Motorola in 2011 is finally having its day.
After just a week, a federal jury from the Eastern District of Texas returned a guilty verdict against Google. It has determined that it had infringed on SimpleAir’s patent and used it for Android’s push notification