HTC Returns Fire at Apple Over Patents
HTC today filed a lawsuit claiming that Apple is violating five of its patents related to mobile technology. The lawsuit was filed with the U.S. International Trade Commission, and HTC seeks to prevent Apple from importing the iPad, iPhone and iPod Touch into the U.S. Jason Mackenzie, vice president of North America, HTC Corporation, said in a prepared statement, "We are taking this action against Apple to protect our intellectual property, our industry partners, and most importantly our customers that use HTC phones." Mackenzie also pointed out that HTC developed the first Pocket PC Phone Edition device in 2002, and the first Android handset in 2008. Apple sued HTC in March for patent violation. Apple is also suing and being sued by Nokia over wireless patents.
HTC Exec Jason Mackenzie Departs After 12 Years
HTC executive vice president Jason Mackenzie said today will be his last day with the company. Mackenzie has been with HTC since 2005.
Apple Cleared of Violating Conversant Patents
Apple was exonerated in a Texas courtroom Monday where a jury found it had not infringed on five wireless patents held by Conversant Intellectual Property Management. Core Wireless, a Conversant subsidiary, sued Apple in 2012 over a dozen patents.
Ericsson Sues Apple Over Telecom Patents
Ericsson today sued Apple in the U.S. and alleges the iPhone maker is violating multiple wireless patents.
ITC to Investigate Nokia's Patent Complaints Against Apple
The U.S. International Trade Commission today said it will investigate claims made by Nokia that Apple's smartphones and tablets violate its patented technology.
Immersion Hits Apple with 3D Touch Lawsuit
Immersion has filed multiple lawsuits against Apple and AT&T, claiming the two violate its haptic feedback patents. Specifically, Immersion believes the Apple iPhone 6/6 Plus, iPhone 6s/6s Plus, Apple Watch, Watch Sport, and Watch Edition make use to two patents pertaining to "haptic feedback system with stored effects" and "method and apparatus for providing tactile sensations." The iPhone 6s and 6s Plus are further accused of infringing a third patent for "interactivity model for shared feedback on mobile devices" — or 3D Touch, the defining feature of the two phones.
Bringing up your track record is like visiting a museum of fail.
(disclaimer: as former HTC owner)
Sue 'Em All, Let The Supreme Court Sort 'Em Out
I'm putting my money on the Apple Farmers of America suing over Apple's logo
I'm suing over Apple's infringing on my right to enjoy this website. And for bluecoyote.
bend over apple
Seems like everyone has taken their jab at them already. Don't get me wrong, I don't care too much for Apple. Just stating the obvious.