We could see a new Apple Watch with always-on screen displays according to some information that has been found on a Patently Apple link
Apple has found a way to introduce fingerprint sensors in the display of their iPhone models, maybe in a not so distant future
Qualcomm is adventurous in its research and development, but it's in a chronically unhealthy business position. Without competition, there's no innovation.
Patent art on a recently published foldable phone concept from LG shows a hinge system with pen tip-like skaters and positioning chambers.
Three phones with up to three cameras versus one phone with five cameras? Also, is Apple flittering off like a butterfly on its MacBook keyboard?
A 7-year-long lawsuit has finally been settled between two technology giants. How did it take so long? And how much money will finally change hands?
Remember resistive touch displays where the processor had to work out what pinches were? Perhaps Apple may be aiming for the same... or make it better.
There's plenty of legal action between Apple and Qualcomm over many topics, but does one owe the other $4.5 billion in royalties?
The Korean tech company is also looking for a refund on damages it had to pay on a design patent that was later ruled invalidated.
From what it sounds like, it seems like this verdict will be bring about a break in the court fighting between Apple and Samsung for now.
Believe it or not, net neutrality has not been saved by this week's Senate vote. And it probably won't be if the House and Donald Trump have anything to do with it. That, plus the launch of the OnePlus 6 on this week's show!
This leg of the legal saga between the competing smartphone makers goes into what a design patent applies to: can Apple seek damages only based on what the patent covers or the whole product that the patented part is in?
The San Diego-based semiconductors company is conceding some ground to smartphone manufacturers by offering a patents package at a lower price. But it doesn't mean that flagship phones will cost less soon.
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.
It has two displays, two batteries, two headphone jacks, a hinge and all of the creativity that only two years ago could bring.
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.
The chipmaker is having great legal troubles with antitrust and licensing deals, but it has been able to pick up a new contract with Samsung.
The iPhone-maker was accused of infringing on patented haptics technologies for use in Force Touch, 3D Touch and the Taptic Engine.
A Samsung patent application filed back in May 2017 and made public earlier today details a different possible approach to borderless smartphones than various notch implementations.
There's also a fingerprint sensor and even a camera involved in the design shown in new patents. So, will this all come out for the Gear S4?
Yet another high-profile Nokia patent licensing agreement will see Huawei cough up a non-recurring catch-up payment, followed by recurring "multi-year" fees.
Siri could soon gain the ability to recognize whispers and whisper back in response to privacy-concerned users, according to a 2016 Apple patent filing.
The two companies are mired in legal disputes over patents on many internal components going into smartphones. But this is more than just about Qualcomm.