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Notorious patent troll VirnetX has one more reason to celebrate, being awarded more than half a billion dollars by a US jury in its seemingly never-ending dispute with Apple. But the decision will be appealed.
Canada-based BlackBerry Limited may be out of the mobile phone-making business, but it's certainly not out of the tech company-suing business, setting its sights on Snap Inc shortly after Facebook.
BlackBerry Limited is on a suing spree, and the Canadian company's latest target is also its most high-profile yet. Facebook doesn't seem willing to settle either.
This could be the beginning of an ugly legal war between BlackBerry and Nokia, as the former is disappointed to have to pay the latter $137 million.
Qualcomm CEO Steven Mollenkopf strongly believes his company and old-time ally turned bitter legal rival Apple will soon be able to bury the patent hatchet.
Samsung, Nokia and Qualcomm have been trying for years to squeeze money out of Apple in patent lawsuits, with a university ultimately hitting the jackpot.
The Apple vs Qualcomm legal war over "double-dipping, extra-reward" licensing systems in place for years is looking more and more serious by the day.
One less patent war Apple needs to worry about, with a new "multi-year" Nokia agreement in place requiring an upfront cash payment and recurring fees.
Semiconductor giant and leading 3G/4G patent holder Qualcomm has just signed another undoubtedly lucrative licensing deal, this time with Meizu.
Nokia and Apple are right back at it again after years of relative peace, bringing patent-related legal action against each other in US and Germany.
Apple wins another important battle in the never-ending patent wars with Samsung, looking for additional victories in the weeks to come.
Apple is dealt another temporary blow in its futile efforts to keep patent trolls at bay, technically needing to pay one $300+ million.
It's BlackBerry Ltd. v. BLU Products, Inc. in the newest patent infringement complaint, arguably a much lower-profile case than Apple v. Samsung wars.