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Samsung Think Dyson Suck, Countersuing Them For Brand Damage

In August 2013 the UK based vacuum cleaner company Dyson took Samsung to court, accusing them of infringing on their patents. Dyson accused Samsung’s new “MotionSync” range of vacuum cleaners of infringing upon their patents and…

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Nintendo To Pay Royalty Payments For Every 3DS And 3DS XL Sold

Nintendo will have to pay Royalties for every 3DS and 3DS XL units sold after losing patent suit to Tomita Tech Looks like Nintendo is in hot water again, after having to pay a settlement to…

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HTC Facing Patent Dispute With Nokia Over HTC One Internals

The Wall Street Journal reports that HTC is facing a legal challenge from Nokia over a couple Nokia’s patents which HTC apparently use within the HTC One design. HTC has to fix a part of the…

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Swiftech Halts Sale Of H220 AIO In the USA, Asetek Strikes Again

The Swiftech H220, which we reviewed here, is one of the most critically acclaimed AIO liquid coolers on the market. It is unique from the competition in that it is open loop and it uses custom-grade…

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Rambus Grabs Another Victim, SK Hynix This Time

If there ever was a company that knew how to milk an existence through patents and actually producing very little, then its Rambus. Rambus are notorious throughout the DRAM industry for chasing patents relentlessly and milking…

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Kim Dotcom Claims He Owns Two-Factor Authentication Patent

Twitter has recently rolled out two-factor authentication and Kim Dotcom has come forward to say he is the inventor of this feature, and has the patent to prove it. The patent which was filed in 1998…

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ITC Judge Rules Samsung Infringing On Another Apple Patent

An International Trade Commission (ITC) judge has ruled in a preliminary decision that Samsung is infringing on a key part of an Apple patent. The patent covers a text selection feature for its smartphones and tablets.…

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THX Sues Apple Over Speaker Patent Infringement

Apple is being sued by THX Ltd. who filed a case accusing Apple of stealing speaker technology which is used in iPhones, iPads, and other iMac products. It specifically infringes patent No. 7,433,483’s “Narrow profile speaker…