Swedish telecoms giant Ericsson is out of the handset business, but it still wants royalties from those using its mobile patents.
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A Dutch court in The Hague has struck down legislation requiring telecommunications companies to retain customer data for access by law-enforcement agencies.
No doubt Apple is still smarting over a $533 million court case won by Smartflash this week, but Ericsson is now also suing the company in a patent dispute.
SK Telecom has won its patent lawsuit against Viber after a South Korean court ruled the latter infringed on four patents held by the mobile operator.
An Indian court has issued an injunction to stop Xiaomi handsets being sold in the country until a patent dispute is resolved.
A jury in the US District Court for the Eastern District of Texas has awarded a patent holder millions after finding Apple infringed its ageing pager patents.
The Open Invention Network now has over a thousand licensees and the court cases are starting to go against the patent trolls.
Valve Corporation is calling for mediated talks with the ACCC in the lead up to the competition watchdog's federal court case alleging Valve violated Australian consumer law over Steam refunds.
An appeals court rules that, under CA labor law, employee use of personal cell phones must be reimbursed, even if the employee has an unlimited or flat rate plan.
US law can apply anywhere in the world, so long as a technology company has control over foreign data, a court rules.
The British upper house has passed a bill that will allow UK data retention laws to stay in place after the European Court of Justice threw out the previous law.
Lower court in China rules against Apple and says a Chinese company has the patent over a similar intelligent assistant.
The Supreme Court ruled for Limelight in a case that will heavily influence future patent lawsuits and Internet video streaming.
Redmond contended that Google and Motorola had infringed on a mapping patent it owns. Not so, says the patent court.
IPCom, a patent-licensing firm, claimed Apple and HTC were infringing on its patents. A German court disagreed.
Nokia alleged that HTC devices violated a patent that covered over-the-air updates.
A patent loss in a German court may lead to trouble for Microsoft's Android strategy.
Once more the Supreme Court is going to have a shot to kill off software and business-practice patents. Hopefully they'll get it right this time.
The HTC One is among a number of devices that have infringed a Nokia patent in the UK, according to the High Court.
The Korean electronics giant said it will no longer bring rivals to court over certain patent infringement cases for the next five years.
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