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abundance of caution

Apple plans to sue bankrupt Kodak for patent infringement

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Despite Kodak filing for bankruptcy and planning to sell off its digital camera business, Bloomberg reports Apple has now asked permission from the U.S. Bankruptcy Court to sue Kodak over patent infringement related to digital cameras, printers, and digital picture frames. Apple will also be filing a lawsuit in...
Apple plans to sue bankrupt Kodak for patent infringement

Apple planning to pile lawsuits on Kodak—if bankruptcy court approves

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Apple is planning to swing back at Kodak with yet another patent infringement lawsuit in the US, but first it wants permission from New York's Bankruptcy Court. The company showed its hand in a filing with the court this week, as noted by Bloomberg, saying that it planned to...
Apple planning to pile lawsuits on Kodak—if bankruptcy court approves

Icann admits gTLD software flaw may have revealed rival bid details

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The internet naming company Icann has admitted that rival bidders for highly valuable new internet domains could have seen each others' secret bids because of flaws in its registration software.The company took the system offline on Thursday afternoon, just hours before applications were due to close after being open for...
Icann admits gTLD software flaw may have revealed rival bid details

ICANN data breach exposes gTLD applicant data, leads to deadline extension

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The group that oversees the Internet's address system has extended the application deadline for new generic top level domains (TLDs) and warned that a glitch in its processing system exposed potentially sensitive applicant information to competitors. The Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers confirmed the data breach in...
ICANN data breach exposes gTLD applicant data, leads to deadline extension

Apple seeks $2.5 billion in damages from Samsung, offers half a cent per standard-essential patent

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With their California trial approaching fast, Apple and Samsung made filings during the last few hours that shed light on what's at stake and on why the parties haven't been able to settle their dispute so far.Let's start with Apple's damages claim as it is summarized in the public redacted...
Apple seeks $2.5 billion in damages from Samsung, offers half a cent per standard-essential patent

In Which We Stood In the Elevator With Paul Ceglia

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Mr. Ceglia, photogs scurrying along beside. Earlier today, (alleged!) Facebook fraudster Paul Ceglia appeared at the Daniel Patrick Moynihan federal courthouse downtown and pled not guilty to federal criminal charges of wire and mail fraud. It was his first appearance in the wake of yesterday’s indictment. Always something of a...
In Which We Stood In the Elevator With Paul Ceglia

HTC allegedly wants 'to extort a license from Apple to its patents on unique proprietary features'

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Three weeks ago I reported on Apple's FRAND-related contract and antitrust counterclaims against HTC, which were removed from an ITC investigation to the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia. At the time, only the legal concepts at the heart of Apple's counterclaims and a rough outline...
HTC allegedly wants 'to extort a license from Apple to its patents on unique proprietary features'

BSkyB claim forces Livescribe to pull Sky Wi-Fi Smartpen

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Broadcaster sues Livescribe and Dixons Retail, which stocked the product, over alleged trademark infringement of its Sky brandThe digital pen maker Livescribe has been forced to pull its flagship Sky Wi-Fi Smartpen from stores in the UK just days before Christmas after it was sued by pay-TV broadcaster BSkyB.BSkyB claims...
BSkyB claim forces Livescribe to pull Sky Wi-Fi Smartpen
Evernote reports security breach and resets passwords, releases Mac app update with 'QuickNote' feature

Apple wants to file patent lawsuit against Kodak, fully aware that Kodak's bankrupt

www.engadget.com
Poor Kodak just can't catch a break these days. Nearly a month after filing for Chapter 11 bankruptcy and mere days after shuttering its digital camera business, the sputtering company now finds itself the target of no less a behemoth than Apple. Yesterday, Cupertino's legal team asked a US...
Apple wants to file patent lawsuit against Kodak, fully aware that Kodak's bankrupt

Add to Hacked List: Listmaking Company Evernote

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Evernote, the popular productivity app maker, said in a blog post that it had been hacked on February 28 and that it was resetting all passwords. It’s just the latest in a long line of such security incursions suffered by consumer Internet companies, such as Twitter, in which access...
Add to Hacked List: Listmaking Company Evernote

BSkyB forces Livescribe to pull its new 'Sky WiFi Smartpen' over UK trademark issues

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Less than two months after Livescribe launched its new Sky WiFi Smartpen, the digital pen manufacturer has been forced to pull its product in the UK by BSkyB, the British satellite broadcaster also known as ‘Sky’. A the Guardian reports today, Livescribe is being sued by BSkyB in the UK...
BSkyB forces Livescribe to pull its new 'Sky WiFi Smartpen' over UK trademark issues

Apple Seeks Bankruptcy Court's Blessing to Sue Kodak over Patents

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With Kodak having filed last-minute patent lawsuits against Apple and HTC as it was heading into bankruptcy last month, Bloomberg reports that Apple is looking to assert itself against the pioneering photography company with a new lawsuit alleging infringement of Apple-held patents. While Apple says in its filing with the...
Apple Seeks Bankruptcy Court's Blessing to Sue Kodak over Patents

Apple asks to sue bankrupt Kodak in retaliation

www.electronista.com
Apple filed with the New York state court handling Kodak's bankruptcy to ask for permission to sue the camera maker over patents. It wanted both a civil lawsuit and an ITC trade dispute over patents relating to digital cameras, photo frames, and printers. The iPhone designer didn't believe it necessarily...
Apple asks to sue bankrupt Kodak in retaliation
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