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Some Samsung Galaxy Products Banned From Sale In The Netherlands As Court Sides With Apple

FCC, Big 4 Carriers Announce Plans To Accelerate Text-To-911, Commit To Nationwide Rollout By 2014

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In August of last year, FCC Chairman Julius Genachowski introduced plans for a next-generation 911 service, which would support text, picture and video messaging in cases of emergencies. The plan was expected to take 5 to 10 years, but today Genachowski has announced alongside major wireless carriers that the SMS...
FCC, Big 4 Carriers Announce Plans To Accelerate Text-To-911, Commit To Nationwide Rollout By 2014

Tokyo court rules in Apple's favor in patent battle, Samsung has deja vu

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In case you forgot, Samsung and Apple's legal squabbles didn't end in US federal court last year: the litigation rages on in international courts. Stop us if you've heard this one -- Samsung and Apple are caught up in a lawsuit focusing in part on Cupertino's bounce back patent,...
Tokyo court rules in Apple's favor in patent battle, Samsung has deja vu

Japan court: Samsung did not infringe Apple's media sync patent

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One week after a US court ordered Samsung to pay $1 billion to Apple for patent infringement, a court in Japan ruled on Friday that Samsung did not steal Apple technology. It was a much less significant case than the blockbuster patent trial in the US. Apple sought just $1.3...
Japan court: Samsung did not infringe Apple's media sync patent
Patent office temporarily invalidates Apple patent used in Samsung trial

Apple 'bounce back' campaign aims to reclaim Mac users

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Drawing Mac users back into the OS X fold after they'd switched to Windows is a move that dovetails with Apple's new Final Cut Pro campaign and planned Mac Pro upgrade. [Read more]...
Apple 'bounce back' campaign aims to reclaim Mac users

Apple Mini Sing-Song* and Apple Patent Ding-Dong**

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This week has been a larger-than-normal one for Apple: as well as Tuesday's launch of a puh-lethora of spanky new gewgaws, this afternoon investors will be "holding for Tim Cook" on conference call for the firm's fiscal Q4 results. But guess what? All everyone is still really talking about is...
Apple Mini Sing-Song* and Apple Patent Ding-Dong**

After Starting with a Bang, Apple vs. Samsung Now Just As Boring as Other Patent Cases

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The problem with patent cases, is sooner or later you find yourself talking about patents. And, unfortunately for those not in the caffeine-selling business, the Apple vs. Samsung case has hit that point. The case started out with all kinds of fun stuff, such as Apple executives showing early iPhone...
After Starting with a Bang, Apple vs. Samsung Now Just As Boring as Other Patent Cases

Samsung, Apple Both Come Away Losers In South Korean Patent Trial

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While nine jurors in California attempt to turn days worth of allegations and testimony into a binding legal verdict, the Apple/Samsung patent fiasco finally came to a head in Samsung’s native South Korea. According to the Wall Street Journal, both companies took a licking when it came to a verdict...
Samsung, Apple Both Come Away Losers In South Korean Patent Trial
Apple's bounce-back patent receives 'final' rejection from US patent office

USPTO reaffirms invalidation of key patent in Samsung lawsuit

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Patent office issues a Final Office Action on Apple's "bounce-back" patent, a key patent to Apple's case. [Read more]...
USPTO reaffirms invalidation of key patent in Samsung lawsuit
Samsung expert: Apple's bounce-back patent is invalid, Patent Office never saw prior art
Apple expert: smartphone owners are willing to pay $100 premium for features Samsung copied

Patent office apparently invalidated Apple's 'pinch to zoom' patent

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The U.S. Patent and Trademark office has invalidated the “pinch to zoom” patent that was at the heart of a dispute between Apple and Samsung last summer. The patent, held by Apple, concerns the use of a “pinching” gesture to zoom in and out of an image, map view,...
Patent office apparently invalidated Apple's 'pinch to zoom' patent

Apple wins injunction against Motorola in Germany over 'rubber-banding' patent

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Hope and pray all you want, but the patent wars are far from over. The latest chapter in the ongoing game of IP Risk hands Apple a victory over the Google-owned Motorola Mobility in Germany. If you thought the recent licensing deal would put the kibosh on further flare...
Apple wins injunction against Motorola in Germany over 'rubber-banding' patent
Apple gets Galaxy sales ban in Netherlands, Samsung to pay $130K per day if it continues infringing photo gallery patent

Feds affirm Apple's "bounce-back" patent invalidation

arstechnica.com
Another day, another update in the continuing saga of Apple v. Samsung. (You didn’t think the story ended with last year’s big trial in San Jose, did you?) Late Monday, Samsung filed with a federal court in California, showing that the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) had...
Feds affirm Apple's "bounce-back" patent invalidation
Apple's bounce-back patent rejected by the Patent Office, but Samsung hasn't won yet

Disaster for Samsung: Jury awards Apple billions in patent case

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The jury in the “tech trial of the century” has ruled that Samsung has infringed on a number of Apple’ core patents, including one for “bounce back” technology. Worse for Samsung, the jury has also found that the infringement was intentional which likely led it to issue a $1.5 billion...
Disaster for Samsung: Jury awards Apple billions in patent case
Apple-Samsung battle means it's Google's move now
Apple, Samsung infringed on each other's patents, says South Korea court

Samsung's defense against Apple patents begins with DiamondTouch table, LiveTile UI prior art

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Samsung may have convinced Judge Koh to toss a few international handsets out of Apple's lawsuit, but the Korean firm still has Cupertino's patent licensing accusations to contend with. Their tactic? Convince the court that Apple's claim to the inventions are invalid, and that the technology was developed prior...
Samsung's defense against Apple patents begins with DiamondTouch table, LiveTile UI prior art

Apple Shares Close Up 7.21% After Recent Fall-Off

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Apple’s share price rose considerably today, climbing 7.21 percent during today’s trading to a closing total of 565.73. The climb comes after the company’s stock hit a six-month low last week, hitting the bottom of a 25 percent drop-off since September when it released the iPhone 5. Analysts today expressed...
Apple Shares Close Up 7.21% After Recent Fall-Off

Hope springs eternal: FCC says in 18 months you can text 9-1-1

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Finally! The FCC has set a voluntary two-year plan to allow users on the nation’s four largest carriers to text 9-1-1, and actually be assured of getting the help they need. The FCC expects the plan to go into effect in most areas next year with the 90 percent of...
Hope springs eternal: FCC says in 18 months you can text 9-1-1

Apple's patent win should force competitors to grow some balls like Microsoft did

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Late last week Apple won a sweeping patent case against Samsung when a bunch of the company’s smartphones were found to infringe on Apple’s patents. Since then, there has been a spate of discussion centered around the theory that the win will stifle innovation in the smartphone space as competitors...
Apple's patent win should force competitors to grow some balls like Microsoft did

Verizon, AT&T, Sprint and T-Mobile agree to collectively push text-to-911 capabilities by 2014

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We've been hearing about new capabilities for emergency 911 services for years, but it looks like the industry is ready to move as one to make text-to-911 a reality across the US. The Big 4 wireless carriers, as well as The 911 Association and the Association for Public-Safety Communications...
Verizon, AT&T, Sprint and T-Mobile agree to collectively push text-to-911 capabilities by 2014
Samsung tries to mislead jury while questioning Apple patent experts

Apple's 'Bounce Back' campaign for pros looks to court ex-Mac users to jumped to Windows

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After spending years courting users to switch from Windows to a Mac, Apple has apparently found itself losing professional users to Microsoft ? a trend it hopes to reverse with a new program apparently dubbed "Bounce Back."...
Apple's 'Bounce Back' campaign for pros looks to court ex-Mac users to jumped to Windows
Apple Patent Application Details Ultra-Flat Keyboard

Oh snap: US Patent Office issues initial invalidation of Apple's rubber-banding patent

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Samsung’s got to be pretty happy right about now, after learning that the US Patent and Trademark Office has filed an initial ruling declaring Apple’s rubber-banding patent invalid, as reported by FOSS Patents. The news was good enough that Samsung decided to share it with friends, that is, if US...
Oh snap: US Patent Office issues initial invalidation of Apple's rubber-banding patent
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