The patent wars are here and the lawsuits are flying as tech giants acquire intellectual property stockpiles.
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Microsoft and Canon are cross licensing their respective mobile and digital imaging patent portfolios.
Filing 2,179 patents for mobile phone technologies, the Korean smartphone maker claims top spot among its peers worldwide, according to stats from Thomson Reuters report.
In the Alice v. CLS decision the Supreme Court dented software patents, but they are far, far from dead.
Now that the Chinese government has revealed the patents within Microsoft's Android patent portfolio, Microsoft may soon be facing challenges from vendors over its Android patent licensing agreements.
Hundreds of patents which secure Microsoft lucrative Android licensing deals have been published by the Chinese government.
Linux and open source have long played a major role in cars' electronics, but now Tesla is taking open-source automobiles to a whole new level — by setting free its electric car patents.
Chrysler, Ford and GM need to be willing to kick Big Oil in the crotch to bring affordable EVs to the general public.
The billionaire co-founder and CEO of Tesla Motors announced the company will now open-source its electric vehicle patents.
The Supreme Court ruled for Limelight in a case that will heavily influence future patent lawsuits and Internet video streaming.
A paper on smartphone patent claims reports that royalties could cost more than $120 on a hypothetical $400 smartphone.
Apple's latest courtroom drama fizzled, with the company winning a verdict against Samsung that didn't even come close to paying its legal bills. Is it time for Apple to end its proxy war against Google's Android?
Who is going home a winner from the San Jose federal courthouse, and who is just going home? Turns out there is no easy answer.
Chinese e-commerce giant secures 102 patents in the United States, adding to the 20 it acquired from IBM last year, as the company possibly looks to avoid legal potholes before its U.S. IPO.
Expected to secure US$16.21 million, the Ruichuan IPR Funds wants to aid technology companies in China to acquire intellectual property rights legally and efficiently.