Latest Stories by Sarah Fitzpatrick
Ringtone turned patent holding company, Vringo has expanded its ongoing patent lawsuits against ZTE to the company's Australian subsidiary.
Samsung has secured a ban on imports into the USA of two Apple devices, but as they are close to being discontinued, the victory is more symbolic than practical.
Apple has been ordered to pay US$53 million to settle a class-action lawsuit in the USA over the warranties it offered on its iPhone and iPad devices.
Apple suffered a legal setback after a US federal judge said that there seems likely to be evidence that the company had conspired to increase the cost of ebooks.
STMicroelectronics and Quantenna Communications have signed a non-exclusive worldwide licensing agreement giving ST the ability to integrate Quantenna IP into its broad array of systems-on-chips
Motorola Mobility has been warned that its legal action against Apple in Germany over a patent dispute could be seen as an "abuse of a dominant position prohibited by EU antitrust rules," according to a letter from the European Commission.
Motorola Mobility has lost an attempt to secure US$4 billion a year from Microsoft in a patent dispute after a court slashed the damages applicable to the infringement.
Nokia has won a court order in a Dutch court against HTC after it successfully argued that HTC's latest smartphone, the HTV One infringes on its designs.
An Australian mobile service reseller, Excite Mobile has been found guilty by a Federal Court of engaging in what was called "false and misleading and unconscionable conduct in its provision of mobile phone services".
China's ZTE is reported to be suing Uganda Telecom for US$6.74 million in unpaid invoices covering contracts dating back over the past five years.