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Apple ordered to announce: Samsung didn’t copy the iPad

07/18/2012, In a surprising twist of events, it looks like Apple hasn’t won one of its many lawsuits against Samsung. In fact, it’s been being punished instead. According to reports online, Apple has been ordered by a judge to post a notice on its website...

U.S. Judge rejects redaction requests filed by Apple and Samsung

07/17/2012, U.S. District Judge Lucy Koh has rejected requests made by tech giants Apple and Samsung to keep some of the documents confidential and out of public view as they push through with the patent wars. Earlier today, Judge Koh issued the order saying,...

Fujifilm sues Motorola Mobility over alleged patent infringements

07/16/2012, In an industry where patent lawsuits are becoming more frequent, Fujifilm Japan has sued Motorola Mobility for alleged patent infringements – four to be exact, related to digital camera and photography technology (i.e. facial detection, converting...

Nokia takes RIM to court again

07/11/2012, It sure looks like RIM can’t catch a break. According to reports online, Nokia has decided to file a new lawsuit against RIM for the infringement of three of its patents. According to reports online, the patents cover a “method and system for...

Apple sued again in China, this time over Siri

07/05/2012, Apple is usually on the opposite end of receiving lawsuits, but here’s another case where it isn’t. According to reports online, the Cupertino company is now under fire from a Chinese company, Zhizhen Network Technology, for copying its Xiaoi...

HTC smartphones did not infringe Apple patents, U.K. Judge ruled

07/04/2012, The Apple versus HTC war started way back in 2010, with the Cupertino-based tech giant filing its first ITC complaint against the Taiwanese smartphone manufacturer. It was widely known as the first ever lawsuit filed against an Android device...

Toshiba found guilty of LCD price-fixing

07/03/2012, A jury in San Francisco ruled that the Japanese electronics conglomerate that is Toshiba conspired with vendors to keep LCD prices “artificially high”. The jury found out that Toshiba and its subsidiaries conspired with other manufacturers of Thin...

Samsung fails to prevent US tablet sales ban

07/03/2012, At the end of last month, Samsung was faced with an injunction from the court that resulted in the possibility of Samsung’s Galaxy Nexus receiving a sales ban in the US – one of their major global markets. Not too long after that, Samsung...

Friendthem sues Facebook over “Find Friends Nearby” feature

06/26/2012, Not too long ago, Facebook launched its Find Friends Nearby feature which basically allowed Facebook users to look for friends who might be in the vicinity. However the feature was then pulled, leaving many to wonder why. Some have attributed this feature...