The iPhone idea was ours
It has been many years coming, but now it has debugged itself from Microsoft, the former rubber boot maker Nokia is coming at Apple swinging.
Sues for stealing ideas
Telco BT is suing the game distributor Steam for allegedly nicking its patented email technology.
Troubled mobile phone maker BlackBerry has decided to make a bit more money by suing those it thinks stole its ideas.
Other players might also face the wrath of its mighty briefs
Qualcomm has sued the Chinese smartphone vendor Meizu for infringing its patents and reports from China suggest that Oppo and Vivo might also be dragged into court.
Even down to its rounded rectangle shape
Florida resident Thomas Ross claims he invented the “iPhone” and has filed a $10 billion lawsuit against Apple claiming it nicked his idea.
How dare you say you invented the rounded rectangle?
The Tame Apple Press is incandescent with rage at the antics of the Chinese phone maker which won a patent case against the fruity cargo cult.
Apple did not invent slide to unlock
A US appeals court overturned a $120 million jury verdict against Samsung saying that the company did not infringe Apple's "quick links" patent, and that patents for the iPhone's slide-to-unlock and auto-correct features were invalid.
Flex sensors, pressure sensors, biometric sensors and more
New patents filed by Sony Computer Entertainment with the US Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) reveal that the gaming giant is preparing to release a much-requested glove controller sometime in the future for its PlayStation VR platform, set to launch later this fall.
US court decides
A long running battle against Nvidia by Samsung is over, with the Korean chipmaker being soundly defeated.
Good luck with that
Samsung has urged a US appeals court on Tuesday to find that a jury in 2014 should not have made the South Korean company pay nearly $120 million to Apple for infringing three patents – The three slide-to-unlock, autocorrect and quick links features.