In the spirit of patent licensing season, HTC and Nokia signed a patent agreement, but this act has more implications for HTC than your normal licensing pact. This has practically put an end to HTC’s ongoing patent
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
Nokia has announced they’ll be at MWC this year, replete with a press conference. That may not sound exciting, but as Nokia leaves the hardware business, it actually could be. With Nokia’s divulgence of their aim, both past
Some rumors just refuse to die, and this Android-based Nokia device is just one of them. Although the most recent word surrounding this odd ball is that it is most likely to be shelved, a pair of leaked photos show just how far
The war may be far from over, but HTC at least managed to win one legal battle. Despite suffering previous loses in German courts, HTC was just cleared of at least one patent lawsuit that Nokia brought against it.
Nokia has won an injunction to halt the sale of all HTC Android devices in Germany. The issue surrounds a Nokia-held patent which relates to peer-to-peer sharing via NFC or Bluetooth. The two companies have been tussling for some
Taking a break from the usual Samsung versus Apple news you hear regularly, we turn our attention to yet another duo dishing it out in courts in Europe. While HTC won a very slight reprieve from getting its flagship banned in the
It seems as though the Nokia Android phone may not happen after all. The original report noted that the plans were “full steam ahead”, and that Nokia would be bringing a low-cost Android smartphone to market. A new report
HTC’s One mini is now cleared for landing in the UK. The Court of Appeals has issued a stay on the import and sales ban they faced when their handset was deemed to infringe on several Nokia patents. Though HTC will continue to