HTC has lost another battle with the U.S. ITC after it lost a patent dispute case with Apple. It comes only months after Apple won a patent case against HTC for infringing its patents.
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Eastman Kodak has sued Apple and HTC for allegedly infringing on several of its image transmission patents.Kodak said on Tuesday that it had filed a complaint with the US International Trade Commission (ITC) over the matter, and launched a full lawsuit in the US District Court for the Western District of New York.
The ITC has issued a preliminary ruling in Microsoft's favour, one of the many patent infringements being defended by Android manufacturers
The US International Trade Commission has ruled in Apple's favour over a patent infringement in HTC's phones, but the victory is narrow and HTC has claimed it as a win
Apple secured another victory over an Android mobile OEM foe, but there might not be a loser in this battle after all if HTC does its homework.
The war between Apple and Android manufacturers has entered a new phase, with Google entering the fray by passing on nine patents to HTC
The Taiwanese Android device maker has sued Apple in the High Court, although details remain scarce as Apple has not yet formally acknowledged the complaint
In an initial determination, an ITC judge has found that HTC's Android handsets infringe on two Apple patents, but HTC says it can work around the patents and will appeal
Apple scored a legal victory last week when the US International Trade Commission (ITC) made an initial ruling that HTC had violated two of its patents.
The pressure will be on HTC to quickly come up with a workaround following an International Trade Commission (ITC) preliminary ruling that the Taiwan-based device maker is infringing on two Apple patents.
Late yesterday an ITC judge ruled that smartphone maker HTC has infringed two Apple patents, and it seems likely that every single Android device out there infringes the same patents.
Apple has filed a second complaint with the ITC alleging that more than 15 HTC devices infringe on at least one of five patents owned by the company
The smartphone maker, which is in a messy legal battle with Apple over patent infringement, has bought another company that is suing Apple over compression-related patents
Taiwanese handset maker HTC has hit back against Apple by filing a complaint with the International Trade Commission (ITC), claiming that the Cupertino giant is violating five of its patents.
Apple claims that HTC violates 20 patents. A win, and Apple could control much more than handsets
Apple has filed a lawsuit against HTC, makers of the Nexus One and many other Android smartphones, claiming infringement of patents relating to the iPhone.The suit was filed concurrently with the US International Trade Commission (ITC) and the US District Court in Delaware, Apple said in a statement on Tuesday.
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