Klausner Sues Motorola, RIM Over Visual Voicemail Patents
Klausner Technologies has filed separate lawsuits against both Motorola and Research In Motion over what it believes are violations of its visual voicemail patents. According to Klausner, it already has patent licensing agreements with Motorola and RIM for many of their other devices. It does not, however, have agreements in place with respect to the new Motorola CLIQ and RIM 9700 Bold smartphones. Klausner did not specify if it is seeking any damages, and if so, how much.
Verizon to Delete Its Paid Visual Voicemail Service
Verizon Wireless said it will discontinue its $2.99 Visual Voicemail service come July 8. All customers who use the Visual Voicemail app will be transitioned to Verizon's free, basic voicemail service.
Motorola Owes Microsoft $14.5 Million Over Patent Spat
An appeals court has sided with Microsoft and upheld a 2013 verdict that says Motorola has to pay Microsoft for refusing to license standard-essential patents at fair, reasonable, and non-discriminatory rates. This particular case began in 2010, when Microsoft sued Motorola for failing to pay it patent-licensing fees for technology found in Motorola's Android smartphones.
Motorola Told to Pay Fujifilm $10.2M for Patent Infringement
Motorola must pay Fujifilm $10.2 million for violating one of its imaging patents. Fujifilm sued Motorola in 2012 alleging the handset maker was violating four of its patents.
Motorola Found to Infringe on MMS Patent
A Delaware jury today said Motorola violated a patent held by Intellectual Ventures. The patent pertains to how multimedia messages function on mobile devices.
I'm actually getting sick of this Klausner company. They've sued every manufacture, cell phone company, just eveyone.
I wonder how sick you'd be if they were your patents.