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Karma

Karma (karaoke) shows with ease. Karma (short for Karaoke Management), is a karaoke show manager written from the ground up using Microsoft...

December 3, 2014 by Latshaw Systems

Apple: our 3G isn't Samsung's 3G

Apple has claimed that it isn't infringing on one of Samsung's patents, due to the way the 3G standard the patent relates to is being implemented.

July 23, 2012

Ruby P2P OutBreak

RUBY P2P Outbreak is a computer program which allows you to download various filetypes such as music, videos and pictures from other...

November 30, 2014 by P2PGems

Mactracker

Mactracker provides detailed information on every Apple Macintosh computer ever made, including items such as processor speed, memory,...

November 22, 2014 by Ian Page

Apple upset at censored Samsung docs

In its attempt to show that Samsung was discriminating against it when licensing 3G patents, Apple has managed to get a hold of some of the 3G patent licensing agreements Samsung has with other mobile phone vendors, but has complained that much of the crucial information, including royalty payments has been redacted from the agreements.

April 4, 2012

German iPhone, iPad sales temporarily banned

Apple was forced to remove several iOS devices from sale on its German online store on Thursday as a result of its patent battles with Motorola.The iPhone 3GS, iPhone 4 and 3G iPads are currently not available from the company's web store in Germany following a ruling in favour of Motorola relating to FRAND-pledged patents declared essential to 3G standards.

February 3, 2012 by

Samsung denied German 3G patent claim against Apple

Samsung has been denied its second 3G patent claim against Apple by a German court.The Mannheim regional court in Germany rejected Samsung's complaint against Apple related to the 3G wireless standard on Friday but did not state a specific reason at the ruling, according to software patents expert, Florian Mueller.

January 27, 2012 by

HTC gets injunction against German patent firm

HTC has won a temporary injunction against the German patent licensing firm IPCom, forcing it to stop threatening retailers with legal action for stocking HTC's 3G-capable products.The Taiwanese manufacturer said on Friday that IPCom's threats were "unjustified".

December 19, 2011 by

Samsung sues Apple back in Aussie court

Making good on a legal threat made three weeks ago in the Federal Court of New South Wales, Korean electronics giant Samsung has counter-sued Apple for intellectual property and patent infringement violations, targeting almost all of Apple's mobile gadget range, including the iPhone 3G, 3Gs, iPhone 4 and iPad 2.

September 16, 2011 by

Nokia loses 3G patent battle in UK

U.K. High Court rules that Nokia is infringing a key 3G patent owned by IPCom, which is now seeking to halt sales of 3G Nokia phones if the phonemaker refuses to pay licensing fees.

June 16, 2011 by

Nokia loses 3G patent battle in High Court

IPCom, the German patent licensing company that owns the patent in question says it will now try to get a ban on the sale of all Nokia 3G phones in the UK, but Nokia says IPCom has misunderstood the court's ruling

June 16, 2011 by

Qualcomm import ban will effect U.S. 3G data networks

Yesterday, the Bush administration decided to uphold a June decision from the US International Trade Commission that bans chips made by Qualcomm Inc. that violate a Broadcom Corp. patent. This does not look like good news for Qualcomm and those of us who want to see more 3G mobile devices in the United States. Qualcomm will appeal the decision, but the Forbes article states that a reversal of a US ITC decision hasn't been made for 20 years. The CTIA had called on a veto of the ban by President Bush and stated that the ITC ban would costs U.S. consumers and producers an estimated $4.3 to $21.1 billion, and will cause billions more in lost productivity across the U.S. economy.

August 7, 2007 by

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