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2006-11-22 Pixelplus-MagnaChip court battle sparks anew
MagnaChip Semiconductor filed three additional patent infringement claims against Pixelplus Co. Ltd in the Seoul Central District Court as well as a separate appeal with the IP Tribunal of the Korea IP Office.
2009-12-29 Pioneer, Honeywell reach amicable agreement
Honeywell will be released from a complaint filed by Pioneer with the International Trade Commission against Honeywell and Garmin.
2010-03-12 Opinion: How to survive mobile systems stampede
A flux of new mobile systems is thundering on the horizon. Two words of advice for system makers who want to survive it—think different.
2007-03-21 Nokia, Qualcomm lawsuit saga continues, Nokia files complaints
Nokia has filed complaints against Qualcomm in Germany and the Netherlands over the continuing validity of some of Qualcomm's IP.
2010-01-08 Nokia sues Apple over phone tech patents
At issue are seven patents for user interface, camera, antenna and power management technologies.
2007-05-31 Nokia says Qualcomm spat clouds 3G progress
Nokia has warned that its ongoing patent row with Qualcomm could affect 3G mobile technology's adoption rate
2007-05-28 Nokia countersues Qualcomm, seeks injunction
It seems that the continuing negotiations between Nokia and Qualcomm still did not result to a "mutually acceptable agreement."
2006-10-27 Mosaid granted motion to dismiss Micron complaint
Mosaid Technologies announced that a U.S. federal judge in California has granted the company a motion to dismiss a complaint for declaratory judgment by memory chip vendor Micron Technology Inc.
2006-07-25 MIT boosts India's IP rights enforcement
India's Ministry of Information Technology has amended its IP rights program to curtail patent infringement and adhere to international trade rules on intellectual property.
2007-05-29 Microsoft denies saber-rattling vs. open source
Microsoft Corp. has denied that it is out to resurrect its patent offensive against the open source software community, saying it was actually going for interoperability
2007-07-06 Microchip slaps piracy suit on China's Haier
Microchip Technology has taken Shanghai Haier to court over patent infringement allegations, AP reported.
2010-01-19 Kodak files IP claim against Apple, RIM
Kodak alleges that Apple's iPhones and RIM's camera-enabled BlackBerry devices infringe a Kodak patent for previewing images
2012-05-02 Jury: Fairchild, Power Integrations infringed patents
The verdict concluded the first phase of trial in the litigation which began in 2008.
2008-04-09 Jury orders Microsoft to pay Alcatel-Lucent $367M
Concluding the long patent litigation between Microsoft and Alcatel-Lucent, a jury has ordered the software giant to pay the telecom company $367.4 million
2007-05-31 Jury concludes Qualcomm infringed Broadcom patents
A federal jury ruled on Tuesday (May 29) that Qualcomm Inc.'s baseband chips and software violated three patents of Broadcom Corp.
2014-05-05 Jurors award Apple a fraction of damages sought
Apple failed to hurt Samsung as jurors awarded it only a fraction of the patent infringement damages pursued, analysts pointed out.
2008-08-27 Judge proposes to stop importing SiRF infringed chips
A recommendation by an administrative law judge has been made to the U.S. International Trade Commission (ITC) to bar the importation of SiRF Technology Holdings Inc.'s infringed chips along with all downstream products that are included in those chips.
2007-08-17 Judge orders Qualcomm to pay Broadcom $39.3M
A U.S. District Court judge in Santa Ana, California, has ordered Qualcomm Inc. to pay $39.3 million of damages and legal fees over its infringement case with Broadcom Corp
2012-11-07 Judge dismisses Apple's license suit against Motorola
A U.S. federal judge sacked a lawsuit filed by Apple alleging that Motorola charges unfairly high licensing fees for wireless standards.
2014-04-08 Jobs called for "Holy War with Google" in leaked email
Samsung dug up an email sent by Steve Jobs to his executive team back in 2010 and filed it as evidence in their ongoing court dispute over patent infringement. The email detailed what Jobs believed should be the top priorities for their annual strategy planning meeting.
2008-12-23 ITC to start probe on Spansion complaint
The U.S. International Trade Commission (ITC) has agreed to investigate a complaint by Spansion Inc. against some flash memory chips made by South Korean giant Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd.
2008-01-08 ITC to start probe on four IC complaints
The U.S. International Trade Commission (ITC) has decided to pursue four separate cases filed by IBM Corp., Knowles Electronics LLC, Tessera Inc. and Seoul Semiconductor Co. Ltd.
2008-09-16 ITC probes basis for Freescale's case vs. LSI
The U.S. International Trade Commission (ITC) said Friday (Sept. 12) it planned to investigate whether ICs made by LSI Corp. infringe on patents held by complainant Freescale Semiconductor Inc.
2010-03-24 ITC finds Emcore guilty of infringing Avago patents
The ITC found that that Emcore Corp. infringed Avago's intellectual property by importing and selling certain optoelectronics products used in optical communication systems.
2007-06-11 ITC enforces ban on some phones with Qualcomm chips
The U.S. trade agency has imposed a partial ban on shipments of mobile phones that contain Qualcomm chips, an order that will have an impact on major wireless carriers.
2008-02-29 ITC denies Qualcomm request to review ruling on Nokia
The U.S. ITC has declined Qualcomm's request for a review of Administrative Law Judge Paul J. Luckern's initial determination that Nokia's GSM/GPRS/Edge-only handsets do not infringe three Qualcomm patents.
2008-01-04 It's business as usual for Qualcomm despite injunction
Despite the ruling ordering Qualcomm to stop producing and selling 3G chipsets that infringe Broadcom patents, the company launched new UMTS devices that it says comply with the decision.
2007-01-17 Intel countersues Transmeta, reports say
Intel Corp. has countersued a much smaller developer of microprocessors, Transmeta Corp., alleging patent infringement in a Delaware court, according to online reports.
2010-01-28 ICT favors Rambus over Nvidia
The Administrative Law Judge determined that three of Rambus' five asserted patents are valid, enforceable, and infringed by Nvidia and other respondents.
2010-05-19 HTC seeks iPhone, iPad, iPod import, sale ban
Google phone maker HTC Corp. has filed complaint with the United States International Trade Commission (ITC) to halt the importation and sale of the iPhone, iPad and iPod in the United States.
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