Taiwan's HTC has infringed on two patents held by Nokia related to cellphones and tablets, a judge at a powerful U.S. trade court said Monday. In a preliminary ruling, Judge Thomas Pender of the U.S. International Trade Commission said HTC has infringed U.S. Show More Summary
The U.S. International Trade Commission handed down a preliminary ruling in Nokia's case against HTC, and it's bad news for the Taiwanese company. ITC judge Thomas Pender found that HTC violated two of the three wireless patents at issue in the case. Show More Summary
The U.S. International Trade Commission today ruled that HTC violated two smartphone patents owned by Nokia. The patents in question pertain to how smartphones transmit and receive data. The ITC's action today is an initial ruling made by an administrative law judge. The full panel will not review this initial decision until January 2014.
REDMOND, Wash.--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- On Sept. 12, 2013, Nintendo won a patent infringement case brought at the International Trade Commission by Creative Kingdoms. The commission found that Nintendo’s Wii and Wii U systems do not infringe Creative Kingdoms’ patents. Show More Summary
K. William Watson It’s been over a month since the Obama Administration took the unusual step of intervening in a patent case at the International Trade Commission to prevent the agency from banning the importation of Apple iPhones and iPads. Show More Summary
After a nine-month investigation, the European Commission has concluded that China violated international trade laws by doling out cheap loans, land, interest-free lines of credit lines and tax breaks to solar equipment manufacturers. Show More Summary
Samsung Electronics claims that Ericsson demanded billions more for patent licenses after their license agreement expired in 2007. The company made its claim in a document filed with the U.S. International Trade Commission (ITC) on Monday. Show More Summary
Following its defeat in court on Friday, Samsung has posted surety bonds with the U.S. International Trade Commission, a move that strongly suggests the South Korean tech giant is still importing and selling at least some products that infringe on Apple-held patents.
Samsung shouldn’t expect the Obama administration to rescue it from the International Trade Commission’s latest ruling that bans some of its older products for infringing on two Apple patents. Bloomberg explains that although the administration...Show More Summary
The U.S. International Trade Commission has banned certain older Samsung phones from coming to the U.S. market after finding Samsung violated Apple patents on touch screen interactions and headphone plug detection. It's Apple's second big victory over Samsung inside of...
Shares of Apple (AAPL) are up $8.17, or almost 2%, at $462.62, following a favorable ruling on Friday for the company against Samsung Electronics (005930KS) Friday from the U.S. International Trade Commission in the titans’ ongoing patent...Show More Summary
With the drubbing its shares have taken recently, bad news is the last thing Samsung needs. It's a good thing its shareholders seem to be taking the latest patent ruling from the U.S. International Trade Commission in stride.
Well, it looks like Samsung isn’t having the best time in its legal spat with Apple in the U.S. – the U.S. International Trade Commission has banned some of Samsung’s previous phones in the country in a ruling yesterday, after deciding...Show More Summary
The Apple-Samsung patent war got real Friday. The U.S. International Trade Commission (ITC) has ordered a ban on the import and sale of certain Samsung smartphones. The ITC found that Samsung was infringed on two of Apple's patents. See also: Apple vs. Show More Summary
The International Trade Commission (ITC) has ruled that Samsung has violated some of Apple's iPhone patents and will block some Samsung phones from being imported to the U.S. Specifically, the ITC said Samsung violates the so-called "Steve Jobs Patent" that covers a lot of the swiping gestures used on touchscreen phones. Show More Summary
The United States International Trade Commission (ITC) has ruled in favor of Apple today by finding Samsung guilty of patent infringement in two cases. This marks the ITC’s final ruling from the original complaint Apple filed against Samsung back in 2011, reports FOSS Patents. Apple won a decisive victory against Samsung last year that involved over [...]Show More Summary
Word is trickling in through the wire that Apple just scored another court victory over Samsung. What does that mean? For now it looks like the United States International Trade Commission has ordered Samsung to stop selling and distributing devices that infringe on two Apple patents. Read more...
The U.S. International Trade Commission has determined that Samsung infringed two smartphone patents held by Apple and that therefore some of its phones should be blocked from importation to the United States. The Friday ruling is the...Show More Summary
The U.S. International Trade Commission today ordered an import ban against some Samsung products after finding that the company did infringe on two key Apple patents. The patents include the "Steve Jobs patent" that pertains to touchscreen...Show More Summary
Apple has succeeded in winning an import ban against Samsung after the US International Trade Commission issued a final ruling that found Samsung to have infringed on two patents, as... Keep reading ?