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CASE OF THE WEEK Mobility Workx, LLC v. Unified Patents, LLC, Appeal No. 2020-1441 (Fed. Cir. Oct. 13, 2021) In this week’s Case of the Week, a panel of the Court of Appeals...

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Patent Judgments & Awards In April 2018, a jury in the Eastern District of Texas awarded VirnetX Inc. (“VirnetX”) a total of more than... Read More »
According to an Apple press release, iPhone users will now be able to store and view their medical records on their phones as part of a new feature found in iOS... Read More »
Researchers at MIT's Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory evaluated 36 commonly used smartphone applications. Principle investigator Hal... Read More »
The iPhone 5 debuted this week, causing underwhelmed responses to the latest toy from Cupertino. As the first big iPhone release since the death of Steve Jobs, Apple... Read More »
All eyes are fixed on the Apple v. Samsung trial currently playing out in the courts. For those following patent law, this is perhaps the latest “Trial of the... Read More »
It’s beginning to feel like a TV series, a weekly patent war drama. Apple and Samsung have consistently been going back and forth with claims of IP... Read More »
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Leonard PrietHow do we stop this sort of waste patenting? Obviously these patents shouldn't have been granted in the first place, but now that they're out there, we can't just drop the whole system...
Jun 25, 2012
Gena PatentNo matter what one's opinion of market competition and/or patent enforcement, there is one rather telling fact in this case: reportedly, it came out in court that not even Samsung's own legal counsel could tell the difference, visually, between the iPad and the Galaxy Tab. This seems to me to present a pretty clear case for patent litigation. http://www.generalpatent.com/blog
Jul 3, 2012
Anyone with a basic grasp of surfing knows full well that waiting until the wave breaks over your head is not a winning strategy. Catching waves is about keeping just ... Read More »
What is a PC? Wikipedia defines a PC thusly: A personal computer (PC) is any general-purpose computer whose size, capabilities, and original sales price make it... Read More »
Apple’s iPhone, launched in 2007, has taken the world by storm, vaulting Apple from also-ran in the “PC wars” to the biggest, richest company in the ... Read More »
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Anonymous What's difference of 'smartphone' and 'communicator' ?
May 22, 2012
Google-maps-loving iPhone users get ready: starting with iOS 6, you won’t be able to open your iPhone fresh out of the box and start up Google Maps. After... Read More »
In news broken by Fosspatents and Reuters, Apple CEO Tim Cook and and Samsun CEO Choi Gee-sung have agreed to meet in mid-May to discuss a settlement in the patent... Read More »
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Sarfraz AhmadI think this is wishful thinking because the parties won't really say that any of their claims are legally weak, no matter in front of whom these talks take place, but there's no way they would ever express even the slightest skepticism over any of their claims in front of a judge involved with the actual litigation
Apr 30, 2012
With SPCanywhere, users can now monitor multiple SPC installations via a graphical user interface. SPCanywhere provides an overview of the system area status, as well ... Read More »
Although apps for smartphones and tablets are more popular than ever, figuring out the app market has become a significant challenge, whether you're a developer... Read More »
The PlayStation Vita is, by all accounts, a worthy successor to the PSP, and more evidence of Sony’s unquestionable place in gaming history. But where... Read More »
To enable effective communication and collaboration between project participants, Oracle today announced Oracle’s Primavera P6 Team Member for iPhone and... Read More »
Mercedes-Benz is making smartphones mobile and ensuring that such electronic assistants will be fully linked into the car's infotainment system in the future... Read More »
In the animal world, when the biggest lion begins to age and some of the younger males sense that the leader is weakening, they prepare to try to take his spot... Read More »
‘Team iPhone’ versus ‘Team Blackberry’ fights are getting more and more dated now that ‘Team Android’ has found its rightful place ... Read More »
I’m not sure if Alexander Graham Bell -- the Steve Jobs of the late 19th and early 20th centuries; a brilliant scientist and the inventor of the first... Read More »
Siri is undoubtedly THE high-profile feature of the iPhone 4s (does S stand for Siri or not?). Before Siri, ‘voice interface’ meant basic text-to-speech... Read More »
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Charlie BucknerI've got to hand it to Apple for doing a great job with SIRI. Of course, it's not perfect, however, I can see it getting close to perfect in future iterations.
Jan 24, 2012
Sofia IzquierdaHmm, that's both comforting and somewhat scary. Reminds me of HAL from Space Odyssey!
Jan 24, 2012
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