ITC Questions Another Apple v. Samsung Ruling
The U.S. International Trade Commission recently indicated that it will review a decision that found Samsung guilty of infringing on four Apple patents. The initial ruling, made by one of the ITC's administrative law judges in October, is being returned to the judge for further consideration on two of the patents. One of these patents, reports Reuters, "allows the use of a headset with the smartphone while the other allows the device to show an image on a screen with a second, translucent image over it." The ITC process involves an initial ruling by a law judge, followed by a review by the full panel before any final determinations are made. In this case, the ITC is asking the judge to reexamine the initial ruling, which will then be resubmitted to the full panel for review. Apple and Samsung have legal cases pending in more than 10 countries around the world.
Powermat to Upgrade Starbucks Charging Mats to Support iPhone X
Powermat, which has deployed PMA-compliant wireless chargers at thousands of Starbucks locations around the U.S., plans to update its charging pads to support the iPhone X, iPhone 8 Plus, and iPhone 8 from Apple. At the moment, there are two competing wireless charging standards, PMA and Qi.
ITC Says Nvidia Infringed Samsung Patents
A judge at the U.S. International Trade Commission found Nvidia guilty of infringing three patents owned by Samsung.
ITC Agrees to Review Qualcomm's Complaints Against Apple
The International Trade Commission today said it will investigate claims made by Qualcomm that Apple is infringing on its patents. Specifically, Qualcomm says the processor and baseband in the iPhone 7 are violating its patented technology.
Samsung Cleared In Nvidia Patent Case
Samsung is not infringing on patents held by Nvidia, says the U.S. International Trade Commission.
Microsoft Loses Patent Case to InterDigital
The International Trade Commission today ruled Microsoft improperly used two InterDigital wireless patents without permission. The ruling judge said "it would not be against the public interest to ban the Microsoft [phones] from import into the United States." Patent-related complaints are often taken to the ITC, which has the power to enact such bans.
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Ok this is stupid
Soooo as I read it, apple says you cant have a head set on the phone??/ Is that right??
thats like a car company saying you cant have wheels...
this is so stupid....1 more reason I hate the fruity bunch