The Dutch Supreme Court has ruled today that Samsung’s Galaxy Tab 10.1 doesn’t infringe on Apple’s iPad design rights.
A US jury has fined Nintendo $30.2 million in damages for infringing on glasses-free 3D Patent owned by Seijiro Tomita.
Apple Samsung patent war has come to the forefront again after a Tokyo Court ruled that Apple didn’t steal Samsung’s wireless transmission technology.
A German court has revealed that if it were allowed to review the Apple-Samsung lawsuit, it is highly unlikely that they would find Samsung infringing upon Apple’s patent.
Apple, seemingly, has violated a SBB station clock design patent by allegedly copying the design its own iPad clock icon that it shipped for the first time with iOS 6.
The ongoing Apple-Samsung legal tussle has seen many evidences being thrown at the jury but, the latest one – a 2010 document from Samsung might just give Apple an edge in the patent infringement trial.
Samsung has found itself on the winners bench today as a UK court has ruled in favour of its Galaxy Tab saying that it doesn’t infrige upon Apple’s European registered community design of iPad.
Apple has found itself in a Chinese court again, this time over its Siri technology. Shanghai based Shanghai Zhi Zhen Internet Technology has dragged Apple to court alleging that the iPad maker has infringed upon its patents involving voice assisted technology.
Yahoo! is no longer to pursue its lawsuit against Facebook as the two internet giants have come together to form an ad alliance putting an end to months old patent infringement lawsuit.