The patent dispute between Samsung Electronics Co. and Apple Inc. escalated after a U.S. judge on Thursday granted both companies permission to add new products to their lawsuits claiming infringement, including the iPhone 5 and the Galaxy Note 10.1. Share/Save
Apple has 48 hours to re-write a statement on its website relating to its design rights dispute with Samsung, UK judges have ruled. Apple was forced on 18 October to publish a message making it clear that Samsung had not infringed the iPad’s registered design. Share/Save
Apple has published a statement which admits that Samsung has not infringed its designs. The electronics firm was forced to publish the statement by a UK High Court which ruled on a dispute between the two firms in July. Share/Save
Plaintiffs claim the company violated the Sherman Act and Digital Millennium Copyright Act by not obtaining customers’ permission to have their iPhones locked to AT&T’s network. Share/Save
A woman who texted her boyfriend while he was driving cannot be held liable for a car crash he caused while responding, seriously injuring a motorcycling couple, a judge ruled Friday in what is believed to be the first case of its kind in the country.
Apple’s Siri-centric commercials for the iPhone 4S are the focus of a controversy this week, as a man in New York is suing Apple for what he claims are “misleading” TV advertisements.
The growing legions of Apple users were left scratching their heads as to why Apple didn’t even acknowledge that there was a problem. And there certainly is an ongoing problem with Apple malware; there is already a new, more dangerous variant called MacGuard available.
What, you didn’t think Apple was just going to sit around and take it after Motorola first sued for patent infringement and then asked to court to declare some 20 of Cupertino’s patents weren’t applicable to its products, did you?
Apple said it doesn’t want to license its iPhone-related patents to competitors.
U.S. mobile phone maker Motorola Inc (MOT.N) has sued China’s Huawei Technologies Co HWT.UL for alleged theft of trade secrets, highlighting the fast-growing Chinese firm’s difficulty in shaking the nation’s reputation for piracy.