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Caltech sues Apple for Wi-Fi patent infringement – CNET


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Caltech sues Apple for Wi-Fi patent infringement
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Apple, Caltech alleges, has been using Wi-Fi technology it oughtn't. In a suit filed with the US District Court for the Central District of California, the university claims that Apple has infringed four of its patents for improved data transmission ...
Caltech sues Apple & Broadcom over alleged Wi-Fi patent infringementsAppleInsider (press release) (blog)
Apple in trouble again over patent infringement: reportDeccan Chronicle
Caltech sues Apple, Broadcom for patent infringementTelecompaper (subscription)
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Airbus Files Patent for Super Speedy Helicopter – ABC News


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Airbus Files Patent for Super Speedy Helicopter
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Airbus has filed a patent for what could be a super speedy helicopter that employs a unique design that includes some elements found of fixed-wing airplanes. "The invention relates to a compound helicopter comprising a fuselage, at least one engine and ...
Airbus Wants to Build the World's Fastest HelicopterTravel+Leisure

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Samsung Patent Tips Wearable Projector – PC Magazine


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Samsung Patent Tips Wearable Projector
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Samsung recently snagged a patent for a James Bond-like feature that turns skin into a screen, allowing users to navigate a smartwatch or virtual/augmented reality headset on a larger surface. These wearables, according to the patent, would include a ...
Samsung Files Patent For Smartwatch That Can Project The Display Onto Your HandTech Times
Samsung patents wearable projector device that turns your hand into a displayInternational Business Times UK
Samsung patent gives a glimpse into the future of smartwatchesGeektime
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Groupon sues IBM over location-based patent – VentureBeat


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Groupon sues IBM over location-based patent
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(Reuters) – The online marketplace Groupon has sued IBM, accusing it of infringing a patent related to technology that helps businesses solicit customers based on the customers' locations at a given moment. Groupon filed its lawsuit on Monday with the ...
Groupon sues IBM for patent infringementZDNet
Groupon Goes To War With IBM Over Software PatentsFortune
Groupon sues 'dial-up-era dinosaur' IBM for alleged software patent infringementInternational Business Times UK
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Why our patent system ended up in the hands of the Supreme Court – Washington Post


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Why our patent system ended up in the hands of the Supreme Court
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The Supreme Court is reviewing an obscure case that may have enormous consequences for American patent law. But in terms of how it might play out, we haven't a clue. The case, Cuozzo Speed Technologies v. Lee, illustrates an important trend in ...
US Patent Office Rejects Ethicon's Petition for Inter Partes Review of EndoEvolution's PatentBusiness Wire (press release)

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Supreme Court Grapples With Rules on Patent Challenges – Wall Street Journal


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Supreme Court Grapples With Rules on Patent Challenges
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WASHINGTON—Supreme Court justices were scratching their heads Monday over new government procedures making it easier for companies or individuals to challenge patents without a long and costly fight in federal court. That is because the new process ...
Supreme Court hears patent case with broad ramifications for industryThe Hill
Patent 'Death Squad' Rules Questioned at U.S. Supreme CourtBloomberg
Chief justice calls US patent challenge process bizarreReuters
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$85 million patent verdict, largest ever against Google, wiped out on appeal – Ars Technica


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$85 million patent verdict, largest ever against Google, wiped out on appeal
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In 2014, an East Texas jury ordered Google to pay $85 million to SimpleAir, a "patent troll" company with no business beyond enforcing its patents. It was a massive victory for the company, which claimed that Google's use of push notifications in ...
Google beats back patent troll, saves $85 millionSiliconBeat
Google Off the Hook for $85M Patent JudgmentCourthouse News Service
Court Overturns $85 Million Patent Infringement Verdict Against GoogleeWeek
World Intellectual Property Review (subscription)
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