The legal action comes after China’s State Intellectual Property Office (SIPO) rejected Apple's request to invalidate a patent by a Shanghai-based company which it claimed was similar to its voice-driven technology Siri.
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The first patent-related court showdown between Apple and Motorola in the US since Google bought Motorola has been scrapped, after a Chicago judge decided neither company could back up the levels of damages they were calling for.Apple sued Motorola in 2010 over Apple patents allegedly used without a licence in Motorola's Android phones and tablets.
Not to be outdone by the rumors that Apple's iTV will (eventually) arrive with a built-in Siri of its own, Google has filed for a patent for a voice-based remote control that would tie into Google TV.
A patent pool is being assembled to go after Ogg Theora, Steve Jobs said in email; but why did he say it like that?Over the years, my editors - and I in my turn - have told writers that the passive voice is to be avoided.
MacRumors notes that the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office has published "several dozen" patent applications this morning including an interesting one that covers object and facial recognition, messaging, and voice modulation.
Inventor Judah Klausner filed a voice mail patent lawsuit on Tuesday against Google, Verizon Communications, and others. Verizon has already sued Klausner over the validity of his patents.
So, on the day the Olympics open, the head of Tellabs – which helps telecommunications carriers deliver high-quality voice, video and data services around the world -- is talking about a looming bandwidth crisis for the Internet, in today’s Chicago Sun-Times. The main cause for the concern: Video, like we’re seeing over the next two weeks from the Olympics and is watched around the world every day, from YouTube.
The company is concerned that, following the EU antitrust ruling, Microsoft's patent model is still not compatible with open-source licensing
A newly published BlackBerry Patent application entitled Advanced Voice and Data Operations in a Mobile Communications Device describes a technology that greatly eases these related processes.The Patent Abstract provides at least some insight into what is being proposed here:A system and method for integrating voice and data operations into a single mobile device capable of simultaneously performing data and voice actions.
The House of Representatives handed the technology industry a big win by passing the Patent Reform Act. The bill changes the way damages for patent infringement are calculated, InfoWorld reports.
Ever since the "patent infringement" hissing and dissing match between Microsoft and the open source community flared up earlier this week, I've been wondering how Asterisk open source solution providers are looking at this issue.True, none of the 236 open source patents Microsoft is claiming infringement upon directly relate to voice.
VoiceSignal Technologies names many in infringement suit over rival's Dragon NaturallySpeaking software.
Recently published patent provides further evidence that powerhouse is developing a voice-activated search engine.
commentary The Computer Technology Industry Association -- better known as CompTIA -- has been quietly and successfully building a name for itself in Australia. Established 23 years ago and headquartered in Chicago, CompTIA's mission is to provide a unified voice, global advocacy and leadership, and to advance industry growth through standards, professional competence, education, and business solutions -- as stated on its Web site.
In this blog, David Berlind's voice has often joined the chorus of rage against the patent machine. Will that chorus take heart in this week's developments?
Despite holding more patents than almost any other firm on the planet, the computing giant has throw its weight behind calls for reform of the international patent system
A pending industry standard for voice-activated computer commands is moving ahead, despite potential entanglements from Rutgers University over its VoiceXML patent.
CHICAGO -- A hotel room tuned up to the perfect temperature when the guest opens the door? A touch-the-screen bedside terminal that opens and closes the drapes and tucks telephone calls in voice mail when the guest takes a nap?
Intel, the world's largest semiconductor maker, said on Monday that it has been sued by a tiny Chicago-based company, alleging patent infringement of an obscure processor architecture.
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