Apple Escapes Injunction Thanks to ITC Ruling
Apple has won a round in its legal battle with rival HTC. A U.S. International Trade Commission judge today ruled in a preliminary decision that Apple has not infringed on four HTC patents. The patents in question cover power management and phone dialing functions. HTC filed the suit in 2010. Today's ruling won't be rendered final until the full commission votes on it in February 2012. HTC had sought to block the import of select Apple products based on the alleged patent infringement. Apple is embroiled in patent litigation around the world, and has recently won several similar victories against Samsung in Australia and Europe.
Jun 17, 2019
An Israeli company that supplies law enforcement agencies worldwide announced that the newest version of its tool to access locked phones can access almost any smartphone, including Apple devices running iOS 7-12.3 and most Android phones. The company, Cellebrite, promises that its new UFED Premium device offers nearly complete access to Apple devices and "flagship Samsung devices", as well as support for accessing the file system on "popular device models from Motorola, Huawei, LG and Xiaomi."
Nov 15, 2017
The International Trade Commission today said it will investigate claims made by Aqua Connect and Strategic Technology Partners that Apple is infringing on its patents. The two California-based firms filed grievances with the ITC in October and assert Apple's Mac computers, iPhones, iPads, iPods, and Apple TVs violate their intellectual property.
Dec 13, 2018
The U.S. International Trade Commission plans to review an earlier ruling that found Apple guilty of infringing on a Qualcomm patent, but did not seek to ban iPhone imports.
Nov 6, 2018
Qualcomm was dealt a blow by U.S. Federal Judge Lucy Koh today, who ruled that the chip giant must license some of its mobile technology patents to competing companies.
Aug 8, 2017
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.
I wonder what this means?
I am more wondering why no one chose to comment here.