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Nov 09 AT 3:46 PM Nick Gray 14 Comments

Judge Lucy Koh agrees to hear juror misconduct arguments in Apple vs. Samsung case

It looks like Apple’s patent victory over Samsung earlier this year may have another issue to content with. After the United States Patent and Trademark Office decided to tentatively invalidate Apple’s infamous rubber-banding patent (Patent No. 7,469,381) a few weeks back, Judge Lucy Koh has now agreed to look into allegations that the outcome of the court ... Read More »

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Sep 12 AT 12:59 PM Nick Gray 224 Comments

Samsung, HTC to block US, EU sales of Apple iPhone 5 using LTE patents

Apple may have come out on top when a jury ruled that dozens of Samsung phones infringed on Apple patents and trade dress, but that doesn’t mean Samsung and other Android OEMs will simply let the new iPhone 5 hit the market without a bit or resistance. There are at least a dozen Android powered devices being ... Read More »

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Jul 24 AT 8:33 AM Nick Gray 45 Comments

Apple granted EU injunction against Samsung’s Galaxy Tab 7.7, demands $2.5 billion in separate US patent case

We thought patent cases couldn’t get any worse after Apple was granted an injunction to block the sales of the Samsung Galaxy Nexus. Obviously we were wrong. The courts in Dusseldorf have sided with Apple, posting an injunction against the Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.7, banning the sale of the tablet from all European countries. As with ... Read More »

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Dec 09 AT 9:54 AM Nick Gray 74 Comments

Motorola and Samsung catch a break in fight against Apple

Tis the season to be jolly. Things are finally looking good for both Motorola and Samsung in their separate battles against Apple’s tyranny in the mobile and tablet space. First up is the ruling from the court in Australia which has denied Apple’s appeal on the court’s decision to allow Samsung to sell the Galaxy ... Read More »

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