Three companies brought up patent complaints regarding Nintendo's handheld, but the International Trade Commission ruled...
REDMOND, Wash.--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- Nintendo has won a patent infringement case at the International Trade Commission. The case was brought by Technology Properties Limited LLC, Phoenix Digital Solutions LLC and Patriot Scientific Corporation, all of which are patent-licensing companies. Show More Summary
Earlier this week Apple settled a lawsuit with the Federal Trade Commission acknowledging that it was too easy for children to accidentally spend real money thinking it was pretend, when they agreed to pay out at least $32.5 millionShow More Summary
National chicken council representative Bill Roenigk has addressed the US International Trade Commission with concerns regarding trade acts which oppose US poultry trade in Africa.
Techno-babble-laden design for app updates and messages fails to impress A US appeals court has upheld a decision by the International Trade Commission (ITC) that Apple's iPhone does not infringe a patent owned by Google's Motorola Mobility division.…
Apple does not use technology patented by Google's Motorola Mobility business unit in the iPhone, a federal appeals court said on Friday. The decision upholds a ruling made by the International Trade Commission (ITC) last April, according to Reuters. Show More Summary
The United States Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit on Friday upheld an International Trade Commission decision that Apple did not infringe on a Motorola patent covering embedded proximity sensors in mobile devices.
Apple did not violate a patent held by the Google-owned Motorola Mobility according to a ruling posted today by the United States Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit. The International Trade Commission previously determined that Apple’s iPhone design did not violate a patent held by Motorola prompting the Google-owned company to appeal the decision, […]
Apple was cleared in a patent case brought on by Google's Motorola unit. Apple was accused of using Motorola patents in the iPhone. The U.S. International Trade Commission found that Apple hadn't violated the patents in April 2013. Today, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit upheld that decision.
The U.S. International Trade Commission has determined that Huawei, Nokia, and ZTE did not infringe on six InterDigital patents, and it invalidated a seventh patent, clearing the companies of any wrongdoing. The ITC upheld the preliminary ruling made earlier this year. Show More Summary
Apple gained two favorable court decisions in its patent battles with Google's Motorola subsidiary today, one in Germany and other at the U.S. International Trade Commission.
After successfully filing for an import ban against Samsung, which was recently upheld by the U.S. government, Apple is looking to add insult to injury by appealing elements of the International Trade Commission ruling it does not believe are harsh enough. Show More Summary
In a court filing made last week, it was revealed that Apple has officially lodged an appeal of unfavorable decisions made by the U.S. International Trade Commission in its decision to levy an import ban against certain Samsung products.
A limited exclusion order won by Apple at the International Trade Commission effectively banned some of Samsung's older phones from being imported into the US. The order was released two months ago and became effective on 9th Octobe...
K. William Watson The United States International Trade Commission’s patent enforcement activities are under fire from two camps concerned about the agency’s excessive remedies for patent infringement. In Tuesday’s Wall Street Journal,...Show More Summary
Samsung has failed to win a presidential veto of an International Trade Commission (ITC) ruling against some older Android devices, according to Android Central. The ban shouldn't have too much material effect on Samsung, however - it only covers older devices. Show More Summary
Samsung lost a bid to stop an import ban handed down by the International Trade Commission on Tuesday, just months after the Obama administration agreed to overturn a similar ban against older Apple products. Read full article >>
The latest in the Samsung showdown with Apple Today, the U.S. International Trade Commission announced it would allow a ban on select Samsung products imported... Follow The American Genius on Facebook for exclusive & breaking business stories Get more Business News at AGBeat
U.S. President Barack Obama's administration has upheld an import ban on some older-model Samsung Electronics smartphones and tablets after the U.S. International Trade Commission determined they infringed Apple patents.
Samsung has failed to win a presidential veto overturning a looming import ban on several of its older mobile devices, reports Bloomberg. The ban is based on a verdict in a U.S. International Trade Commission case in which the company...Show More Summary