Following "extensive additional investigation", Louisiana Sheriffs' Pension & Relief Fund says it has dropped its lawsuit alleging IBM's links with the U.S. government's cyberspying program resulted in loss of business in China.
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US patent office documents show Android proprietor Google bought 1,023 patents from IBM in August, taking the total number of patents it has picked up from IBM this year to at least 2,053
The Android phone-maker has launched a pre-emptive strike against Apple, arguing that the patents it is using to sue HTC are invalid and unusable against Motorola
I read with interest this morning a story in ComputerWorld (more like an obituary) about how SCO said in its most recent SEC filing that there is "substantial doubt" that it will survive. In addition to the meltdown of its lawsuit against IBM, the filing cites its depleted cash position and entry into Chapter 11 as its major woes.
If the split between copyrigfht and intellectual property is arguably present in the original transaction, wouldn't the new AT&T be compelled to review SCO's allegations with a view to settling or joining the lawsuit - against both Novell and IBM?
Amazon.com will pay an undisclosed sum to Big Blue, ending disagreements over e-commerce patents that allegedly began in 2002.
Wednesday 11/10/2006 More news from America, where the serpent of the SCO vs IBM lawsuit is stirring in its sleep.
Companies announce $400 million settlement in their long-running copyright infringement case.
Big Blue concludes all pending suits in California, faces 100 more in New York.
A judge OKs the SCO Group's changes to a lawsuit against IBM that now seeks $5 billion in damages for Big Blue's alleged moving of Unix intellectual property into Linux.
The company significantly widens its Unix and Linux lawsuit against IBM, adding a copyright infringement claim to the already complicated case, sources say.
The head of Novell in the UK discusses his company's decision to offer customers indemnification and when an internal rollout of desktop Linux could be on the cards
The networking company claims it may follow IBM's lead and commit to a wholesale internal rollout of desktop Linux
The code at the heart of SCO's legal action against IBM will be revealed only in a closed court. When the SCO Group finally lays its cards on the table in its upcoming lawsuit against IBM, the open-source community won't be given the opportunity to see them.
The code at the heart of SCO's legal action against IBM will be revealed only in a closed court
The first lawsuit from SCO against companies using Linux could land sooner than expected, the company says - and will be independent of the US$3bn IBM case.
The first lawsuit from SCO against companies using Linux could land sooner than expected, the company says - and will be independent of the $3bn IBM case
Subpoenas are flying in the high-profile lawsuit between the SCO Group and IBM, as both try to buttress their legal claims by turning to third parties for information.
The attorney leading the company's lawsuit against IBM says the case could redefine the direction of the software industry.
A Linux advocate says if code that SCO showed off this week is their best example of copyright violations, 'they are bound to lose'
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