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2012-10-04 Samsung Galaxy Tab back in U.S. stores
A U.S. federal court has lifted the sales ban on Samsung's Galaxy Tab 10.1 more than a month after patent suit resolution.
2011-04-27 Samsung fights back with countersuit against Apple
Filing its own patent suits in South Korea and Germany, Samsung accuses Apple of infringing on 10 of its mobile technology patents in the production of the iPad and iPhone
2007-02-20 Ruling on infringement lawsuit favors TI
The U.S. district court in the central district of California dismissed a patent infringement case filed against Texas Instruments by Microprocessor Enhancement Corp
2008-11-10 Rambus files infringement complaint vs. Nvidia
Rambus Inc. has filed a complaint with the U.S. International Trade Commission (ITC) requesting the commencement of an investigation pertaining to Nvidia products.
2009-04-28 Qualcomm to pay Broadcom $891M
Qualcomm Inc. and Broadcom Corp. have entered into a settlement and multi-year patent agreement
2011-08-25 Osram takes legal action against Samsung, LG
Osram is claiming that LG and Samsung infringed its core patents and has filed multiple lawsuits against both companies in South Korea.
2007-05-28 Nokia countersues Qualcomm, seeks injunction
It seems that the continuing negotiations between Nokia and Qualcomm still did not result to a "mutually acceptable agreement."
2011-12-22 Narrow win for Apple
HTC has until April 19 to stop violating a patent on making a phone call or a calendar entry by tapping on a phone number or date
2010-03-19 MicroUnity charges handset firms for infringement
MicroUnity Systems Engineering has filed a suit March 16 alleging 22 handset companies including chip, system and service providers infringe 15 of its patents
2010-01-19 Kodak files IP claim against Apple, RIM
Kodak alleges that Apple's iPhones and RIM's camera-enabled BlackBerry devices infringe a Kodak patent for previewing images
2008-04-09 Jury orders Microsoft to pay Alcatel-Lucent $367M
Concluding the long patent litigation between Microsoft and Alcatel-Lucent, a jury has ordered the software giant to pay the telecom company $367.4 million
2012-08-30 Jury gave fair verdict in Apple vs. Samsung case, foreman says
Foreman insists that each jury member had working knowledge of hardware/software functions as well as patent jargon so they were able to deliberate assiduously
2008-01-08 ITC to start probe on four IC complaints
The U.S. International Trade Commission (ITC) has decided to pursue four separate cases filed by IBM Corp., Knowles Electronics LLC, Tessera Inc. and Seoul Semiconductor Co. Ltd.
2015-02-17 IP battle heats up between Apple, Ericsson
The two companies has been unable to settle their dispute over the size of royalties Apple should be paying for Ericsson-owned intellectual property rights (IPR) related to LTE standards.
2007-10-26 Intel settles dispute with Transmeta for $250M
Intel is shelling out a total of $250 million after the company agreed to settle its patent dispute with Transmeta
2007-01-17 Intel countersues Transmeta, reports say
Intel Corp. has countersued a much smaller developer of microprocessors, Transmeta Corp., alleging patent infringement in a Delaware court, according to online reports
2001-04-15 Ikos lawsuit against Axis turns more complex
Is the Ikos lawsuit strictly 'black and white' or is it tied to a takeover bid? This technical news article describes that issue against Axis Systems, which deals about the emulation patents of both companies.
2009-05-29 Hynix to pay bond for infringing Rambus patents
The U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California has ordered Hynix Semiconductor to secure the judgment amount of approximately $397 million through a combination of a bond and a lien on a Hynix property in South Korea for infringing Rambus Inc. patents.
2008-08-25 Hillcrest Labs sues Nintendo for Wii-related patents
Hillcrest Labs has filed a complaint for patent infringement with the U.S. International Trade Commission and a separate patent infringement suit in the U.S. District Court in Maryland against Nintendo regarding the Wii video game system.
2008-03-26 Gibson sues more guitar video game makers
Gibson Guitar has filed a lawsuit against Harmonix, MTV Networks and Electronic Arts, claiming the companies infringed its patent, according to an Associated Press report
2006-08-11 FormFactor files new suits against SK's Phicom
FormFactor Inc. has filed a pair of new patent infringement lawsuits against South Korea's Phicom Corp. in a Seoul, South Korea court, the company said Aug. 9
2010-03-10 Fairchild sues Power Integrations in China
Fairchild Semiconductor has sued Power Integrations Inc. for patent infringement in the People's Republic of China
2011-01-12 EVE readies defense against Mentor’s infringement suits
EVE is preparing to defend itself against Mentor’s patent infringement suits, rallying the EDA community to bring Mentor back to reason
2011-08-11 Court bans Samsung's Galaxy Tab in EU
A district court in Germany has favored Apple and has temporarily barred Samsung from selling its Galaxy Tab 10.1 in all countries of the European Union except The Netherlands, says reports.
2007-12-06 Apple, AT&T face lawsuit over iPhone voice mail tech
A patent infringement lawsuit has been filed by Klausner Technologies against Apple and AT&T over the voice mail technology used by the iPhone
2011-04-21 Apple sues Samsung for iPhone, iPad imitation
Apple has accused Samsung of imitating the look and feel of its iPhones and iPads with its own smartphones and media tablet.
2006-05-23 Apple countersues Creative
Apple Computer countersued Creative Technology, retaliating for a patent suit by the latter alleging Apple of MP3 player patents violation.
2009-11-12 Analysis: Change is in the wind at SMIC
In just one day alone, SMIC suffered three major setbacks. On Nov. 10, it lost a big patent suit, its CEO and its independence. What's next for this silicon foundry vendor?
2010-05-19 HTC seeks iPhone, iPad, iPod import, sale ban
Google phone maker HTC Corp. has filed complaint with the United States International Trade Commission (ITC) to halt the importation and sale of the iPhone, iPad and iPod in the United States.
2008-11-27 FTC asks Supreme Court to review Rambus antitrust case
The U.S. Federal Trade Commission (FTC) is asking the U.S. Supreme Court to overturn a lower court decision and restore the FTC's original finding of anticompetitive behavior against memory technology vendor Rambus Inc.
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