No more silly sideshow? David Einhorn drops Apple lawsuit
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German court stays Samsung's voiceover patent lawsuit against Apple: patent likely invalid

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This morning the Mannheim Regional Court ordered a stay of a Samsung v. Apple lawsuit over the iPhone's screen-to-speech (or, more briefly, voiceover) functionality pending a parallel nullity action that appears highly likely to result in the validation of the patent-in-suit. DE10040386 (B4) is the German equivalent of U.S. Patent...
German court stays Samsung's voiceover patent lawsuit against Apple: patent likely invalid

German court finds Apple to infringe Samsung 3G patent but stays lawsuit over validity concerns

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This morning Judge Andreas Voss ("Voß" in German) of the Mannheim Regional Court announced an order to stay a German Samsung v. Apple lawsuit over EP1720373 on a "method and apparatus for reporting inter-frequency measurement using RACH message in a communication system", which Samsung believes to be essential to the...
German court finds Apple to infringe Samsung 3G patent but stays lawsuit over validity concerns

Amazon wins dismissal of Apple lawsuit over 'Appstore' name

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A federal court in San Francisco has granted a requested dismissal of an Apple lawsuit over Amazon's use of the term "Appstore," Bloomberg reports. Apple has filed for a US trademark on the name "App Store," and in the court case it argued that Amazon's use of the term "Appstore"...
Amazon wins dismissal of Apple lawsuit over 'Appstore' name

Court dismisses Apple trademark suit over Amazon Appstore name

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Amazon on Wednesday was awarded the dismissal of an Apple lawsuit that accused the online retailer of false advertising over the use of the term "appstore."...
Court dismisses Apple trademark suit over Amazon Appstore name

Samsung announces Galaxy Note II has moved 5 million units worldwide

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Well, that was quick. We started off this month with word from Samsung that its 5.5-inch Galaxy Note II passed three million in sales, and now the company is announcing it's moved two million more in less than a month. Now available on North American carriers the stylus-packing smartphone...
Samsung announces Galaxy Note II has moved 5 million units worldwide

Apple and Samsung Seek to Extend Infringement Claims in Second U.S. Patent Lawsuit

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Both Apple and Samsung are continuing the patent battle in the courtroom with a second patent infringement lawsuit filed in August. This is a separate U.S. lawsuit from the $1 billion verdict that was awarded to Apple. Due to the early stages of this lawsuit, both sides are trying to...
Apple and Samsung Seek to Extend Infringement Claims in Second U.S. Patent Lawsuit

Court approves addition of iPhone 5, Galaxy S III and Galaxy Note to Samsung v. Apple lawsuit

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Those looking for the light at the end of the legal tunnel may want to take a seat: Apple and Samsung's ongoing patent war just got a bit more crowded. Both sides are fighting to add hardware to their respective patent claims. The U.S. District Court in San Jose...
Court approves addition of iPhone 5, Galaxy S III and Galaxy Note to Samsung v. Apple lawsuit

VirnetX adds iPhone 5 to new Apple lawsuit after $368m trial win

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Nevada-based company adds second big scalp for its patents developed for the CIA's secure communications systemsVirnetX, a Nevada-based company which has just won a $368m patent infringement lawsuit against Apple over the latter's FaceTime video calling system, has filed a fresh claim against the company.The new claim adds iPhone 5,...
VirnetX adds iPhone 5 to new Apple lawsuit after $368m trial win

Judge dismisses Apple lawsuit versus Motorola over standards-based patents

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Apple may have just learned a lesson about all-or-nothing gambles. Judge Crabb has dismissed the company's lawsuit against Motorola over fair royalties for standards-based patents after the firm said it would only accept court-dictated payouts to Motorola of less than $1 per iPhone. To say that Crabb isn't eager...
Judge dismisses Apple lawsuit versus Motorola over standards-based patents
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