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  • Apple to pay legal fees incurred by Samsung

    The legal battle between Apple and Samsung seems to be far from over. After a U.K. court directed Apple to issue an apology to Samsung for accusing it of copyright infringement over the iPad, Apple went ahead and posted a rather obtuse sorry-note on its UK website, which didn’t go down too well with the court. Subsequently, Apple was directed […]

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  • Apple Motorola Patent case dismissed outright by a Judge

    Remember how we thought Apple was being cocky by evaluating the worth of Motorola patents at less than $1 per iPhone? Apparently Judge Crabb agrees with us! She dismissed the lawsuit filed by Apple against Motorola over royalties of standards-based patents. While we would love to claim, however unethical that might seem, that Judge Crabb […]

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  • Multi-user on Android Phones is not a problem for Nokia, doesn’t have a patent on it

    Quit hating Nokia please, they aren’t stopping Google from adding multi-user functionality on Android phones. Android 4.2 features the ability to have multiple user accounts on Android tablets, but Google isn’t making the feature available to phones, which was speculated to be because Nokia held a patent on multi-user accounts on phones. However, Nokia has […]

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  • Apple-Samsung lawsuit: Permanent injunction and additional $707 million demanded by iPhone maker

    Apple Samsung Lawsuit goes on

    Well, Apple clearly believes that there is more fun (and more money) to be extracted from what is already boring and frustrating lawsuit for the mobile industry that’s going on between Apple and Samsung in California. The iPhone maker has made several demands as regards ‘willful’ patent infringement and that of ‘trade dress’ by Samsung, to […]