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The latest to add in the “legal battles” the companies facing around the world, the world’s largest social networking site Facebook can now add a nationwide class action suit to its ever-growing lawsuit list – the lawsuit accuses Facebook of continuing to ignore concerns over tracking cookie. Filed up by the two firms in the US District Court for the Northern...

Over the course of time during the weekend, a settlement was saw according to which it gives the iPhone maker, Apple, two options for iPhone consumers in the US, that is either to pay a $15 check or a free bumper case – adding and finalizing the terms Apple has agreed to pay $15 payout over the case under settlement. The lawsuit was filed early in July 2010 against...

A settlement that comes from 18 separate lawsuits which reportedly were consolidated into one and filed against Apple in July 2010 has been reached in a class-action lawsuit has finally received preliminarily approval – the claim that Apple was “concealing and misrepresenting material information of its iPhone 4 – quality of the mobile phone antenna and reception...

Apple – Motorola patent lawsuit again – but wait this time Apple has won the injunction – a permanent injunction against an array of Motorola Smartphones, reports Florian Muller of FOSS Patents. The injunction is on a use of ‘slide-to-unlock’ patent – the whole consists of three embodiments of the argument brought forth for Motorola using EP1964022 –...

Apple and Samsung – in their global “lawsuit” battle – Apple added another flurry this time with its latest complaint alleging 17 devices which infringes 8 of its patents against Samsung. The Cupertino’s based company in its latest preliminary injunction bid focused on only one out of 17 products and on four out of eight patents. Apple isn’t just targeting...

Apple in the process of adding more glitters to its patent wars all around everywhere in the world, add another glory to it – the company reportedly asked a bankruptcy judge for permission to sue Kodak, one of the pioneers of modern photography company over alleged patent infringement used in printers, digital camera and digital picture frames. Kodak which already filed for bankruptcy back in January has previously made pioneering investments in digital and materials deposition technologies in recent years, generating approximately...

The iPad maker, Apple which on late January has appealed a Chinese court on last December ruling rejected its ownership of iPad trademark in China. Proview – the company against which the Apple had originally filed a lawsuit over the trademark control issue. But back in December, Apple’s claim was rejected by the Shenzhen Municipal Intermediate People’s Court. Chinese...

FOSS Patents reported yesterday that the iPhone maker, Apple has filed a preliminary injunction motion in the United States District Court against the Samsung Galaxy Nexus on the account of infringement on four patents held by the company – Galaxy Nexus is an official Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich Samsung lead device in close venture with Google. The motion which...

What we called it as a proper setback – this is what happens today in German’s Mannheim Regional Court – the Judge Andreas Voss announced that a Motorola Mobility lawsuit over a patent declared essential to the 3G/UMTS wireless telecommunications standard has been dismissed. The ongoing patent spat between Motorola and Apple which has reached an interesting...

The settlement ends a November 2009 Delaware case, the world’s largest chipmaker, Intel agreed to pay (a mere amount of) $6.5 million to resolve antitrust lawsuit in which New York based attorney general accused the company for threatening computer makers and paying billions of dollars to maintain its market dominance. According to Reuters, “Cuomo had accused...