Nokia is targeting HTC’s latest slate of smartphones, including the HTC One, with new legal action in the U.S. that demands the Taiwanese company cease the alleged patent infringement.
Nokia is accusing the HTC One, and several other HTC phones, of infringing three Nokia patents, according to a lawsuit filed by the Finnish handset maker on Thursday. The patents deal with handset radio frequency identification technology for use with applications. The lawsuit, filed in the U.S. district court...Read Full Story
It’s been an unfortunate few weeks for HTC, to say the least, what with the various resignations and a wave of internal problems going public. But things could be about to become much worse, as Nokia is seeking an import ban on the HTC One in the US. Talk about kicking a man when he’s down. The One is pretty much the only thing going well for HTC at the moment, so an import ban in one of largest high-end smartphone markets could spell disaster for the struggling handset manufacturer. The call...Read Full Story
The U.S. International Trade Commission has turned down a request for a ban on Microsoft’s Xbox after finding that the gaming device did not infringe a patent owned by Google’s Motorola Mobility unit. The ITC’s ruling Thursday has essentially confirmed an initial ruling by administrative law judge David P. Shaw in March that the XboxRead Full Story
Google Loses Bid to Block U.S. Imports of Microsoft XboxBloombergMicrosoft Corp. (MSFT)'s Xbox video-gaming system won't be blocked from entering the U.S. after a trade panel found it doesn't infringe a patent owned by Google Inc. (GOOG)'s Motorola Mobility unit. The U.S. International Trade Commission yesterday in …ITC says Microsoft did not violate Google patentReutersITC clears Microsoft of Google's Xbox patent violation claimsZDNetMicrosoft Prevails Against Google in ITC Xbox...Read Full Story
US refuses Google's request to ban Microsoft's Xbox 360PCWorldThe U.S. International Trade Commission has turned down a request for a ban on Microsoft's Xbox after finding that the gaming device did not infringe a patent owned by Google's Motorola Mobility unit. The ITC's ruling Thursday has essentially confirmed an …Motorola loses ITC patent case, can't ban Microsoft's XboxArs TechnicaUS Trade Panel Rejects Motorola Mobility Bid to Block Xbox ImportsIndustryWeekUS trade panel...Read Full Story
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