The patent wars are here and the lawsuits are flying as tech giants acquire intellectual property stockpiles.
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Microsoft watchers should pay close attention to what's happening with the latest spate of lawsuits filed by Rockstar against Google and Android handset makers. Here's why.
The HTC One is among a number of devices that have infringed a Nokia patent in the UK, according to the High Court.
Nokia's most recent set of financial results have given a glimpse of how its bottom line will look once it's sold its devices and services business to Redmond.
Samsung's lawyers in Australia allegedly breached the confidentiality arrangement it has in place with Apple, allowing unauthorised access to documents about Apple's patent licensing agreements.
Online portal expected to enable shared patent applications and examinations and to cut costs.
This week's peek back into Apple's history features the introduction of Mac TV, a recollection of a time when Apple trail-blazed the multimedia market with CD-ROM drives, and a dollop of context.
Rather than settle out of court, Kaspersky Lab has called Lodsys' patent bluff and managed to see the lawsuit dismissed.
Motorola's patent injunction temporarily stayed after Apple reportedly ponied up a €100m bond.
Citing a 2007 presentation by Jobs, a German court strikes down a patent for iOS' rubber band effect.
HTC faces new troubles in the US after the International Trade Commission issued a preliminary decision in Nokia's favour over two of its patents.
Already hosting documentation about seven million U.S. patents and counting, Google is adding four more international agencies to the mix.
The body responsible for issuing patents wants Brazilian procedures to be similar to those seen in the US
Two software engineers from Bangalore have been arrested for allegedly stealing and selling patented software codes to a competitor of local technology vendor, MIC Technologies.
Apple and Google are once again canvassing the courtroom as the tech giants argue over the reopening of a lawsuit concerning mobile phone technology patents.
Three business units will be left once Nokia sells its devices and services units to Microsoft. Its chairman has revealed what lies ahead for the company.