Samsung is having a rough go against Apple in Germany, but that’s apparently not setting a precedent for the rest of Europe. The Court of the Hague, in the Netherlands, has denied an appeal from Apple to place an injunction on Galaxy Tab 10.1 sales on grounds of design patent infringement. The Dutch ruling took into account two out of six potential pieces of prior art, though [Read More...]
Now that the merger between AT&T and T-Mobile USA is off the table, Sprint is in the awkward position of trying to find things for its highly-paid legal team to do. No, they didn’t issue a statement on their (binding?) promise to deliver the latest version of Android to all devices released after May 2011 (seriously, get on it, Sprint).
Instead, Sprint has hit the U.S. Court system in a four-point [Read More...]
Courts in Germany have found in favor of Motorola in two cases of patent infringement by Apple. These are the same types of proceedings that Apple has used to get Samsung products pulled from shelves and show floors in the past, and the current documents from Germany look to affect all Apple mobile products, and have enabled damages that go back to April 2003. But let’s [Read More...]
Reuters has just reported that HTC is suing Apple for infringement three of its patents by their devices such as Macs, iPads, iPods, iPhones.
HTC filed the lawsuit in U.S. District Court in Delaware seeking to stop the sale of Apple infringing devices in the US, HTC also wants [Read More...]
Three days after HTC Found Guilty Of Infringing two Apple patents, HTC shares closed down 3.9% at T$ 871 on Monday. This ruling still has to be supported by the agency’s commissioners, But investors are panicking over the idea that if the agency’s commissioners supported the ruling , HTC imports into the U.S. will be banned.
The attempt to prop up HTC’s share price appeared to have little effect as the stock [Read More...]