A new Samsung patent application could mean changes to their S Pen. According to the filing, Samsung wants to cobble a microphone and speaker into their stylus. It makes a bit of sense for some utilities, but would almost
Apple and Samsung’s CEOs have reportedly failed to iron out their differences. Tim Cook and JK Shin are said to have met last week to discuss a possible settlement between the two companies. The sit-down is reported to have
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.
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 infringement
In what could be one of the strangest unions of technologies, LG has filed a patent that is practically a flexible capacitive stylus with some smartwatch functionality, or a smartwatch band with a stylus tip. It remains to be
'Tis the season for patent agreements as Samsung announces news of its latest cross-licensing agreement, this time with networking technology specialist Cisco. This is just the latest in a round of patent licensing currently
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 same
Google has announced another patent deal, this time with Cisco. Like their previous patent agreements, no details of what patents were included were released. Though both companies remain part of the Coalition for Patent Reform,
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.