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August 6, 2018

Based on an analysis of over 200 cases spanning the last decade, this article provides instances when their claim charts actually do more harm than good in forming, advocating and ultimately proving the patent infringement position in the case

August 6, 2018

It never ceases to amaze me how fast the wireless communication sector has evolved. To keep up with the expectations of the consumer, in terms of faster speed and stronger connectivity, the pioneers in the industry have worked their fingers to the bone. And hence fueling the contest, as to who rules the markets.

LG and Ericsson have been one of the largest contributors to the 2G, 3G and 4G standards, and are determined to even dominate the 5G domain. Lately, the 2 companies had been in a patent...

July 12, 2018

What once seemed to be a series of relentless bickering, smartphone giants Apple and Samsung finally reached a settlement on June 29, 2018. Although terms for the agreement have not been disclosed, it is quite apparent that both the parties had had enough mutual drama, in and out of the courtroom.

When Apple filed its first lawsuit against Samsung back in 2011, the news set off alarms because Samsung at the time was a major component in Apple’s supply chain, which manufactured everything from DR...

May 7, 2018

With the latest update of iOS, Apple has started following a rather ‘intrusive’ policy in getting their customers on board their Apple Pay platform. Apple hopes to bring its current $28B Apple Pay business to $40B by the end of fiscal year 2020. A recent study reveals that digital payments are expected to hit $726B by 2020. Although a majority of Americans still prefer carrying the good old stash of cash, with more and more options available for making the switch to digital payments easier, the...

May 3, 2018

NB-IoT, EC-GSM and LTE-M are the cornerstones of "Mobile IoT " and are in the process of deployment in existing mobile network architecture.

April 18, 2018

Tuesday, April 10, 2018: A federal jury in Eastern District of Texas awarded VirnetX Holding Corp. (VHC) with a $502.6 million verdict against Apple Inc. finding that Apple was infringing 4 secure communications patents – providing a new chapter to the now eight-year old battle between Zephyr Cove, Nevada based VirnetX and Cupertino-based Apple, Inc.

VirnetX first sued Apple back in 2010 (6:10-cv-00417), for which the jury awarded VirnetX $368 million in damages in November 2012 plus a 1 percent...

April 12, 2018

The Microsoft HoloLens has finally received its first major update in over a year, which Microsoft calls the RedStone 4. The update provides a boost to developers using the UWP (Universal Windows Platform) to develop applications for the HoloLens with ease. Mixed reality has been a top emerging technology for at least 4 years now, but despite increasing investments in mixed reality, the current industry majors have yet to sufficiently commercialize a consumer product.

The headset which weighs ar...

April 11, 2018

In the present technological era, information plays a vital role and a critical asset which should be protected. Cryptography has always been the first choice for the security solution to protect the information. It is a technique for changing over plaintext into some code, known as ciphertext, which the third party can’t decrypt easily. The cryptographic information is secure, however, decryption of data at the destination end, the complete integrity of the data and availability of the data wh...

December 29, 2016

Our present generation is most defined by the advent and rise of the smartphone, which brought technology from our desktops to our hands and further to our wrists. In a fray that saw technology companies like Apple grow to be world's most valuable companies, the fight for market dominance has been fought as much in the marketplace as in patent courts - starting with Nokia attacking Apple in a series of lawsuits in 2009 and 2010.

Nokia filed its first patent case against Apple, igniting the so ca...

December 8, 2016

The biggest IP story this week was the December 6 Supreme Court decision in Samsung Electronics Co. v. Apple, a long fought battle over Samsung's infringement on three utility patents and three design patents owned by Apple. In its first design patent case of this nature in 120 years, Supreme Court's decision not only vacated the lower court's $399 million dollar damages verdict for Apple, asking the parties to go back to the drawing board for a better damages model, but also set a far reaching...

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