Building the MVC technology for 3D video into a Blu-ray player will cost 10 cents per device, and selling discs costs a penny a pop, according to newly released licensing terms.
Apple is in court again, this time with Motorola. It's trying to stop Moto asserting patent claims in Germany.
A new Apple lawsuit takes aim at Motorola Mobility in the U.S. for breaking a contract both companies have with Qualcomm for the license of one of its wireless patents.
Google sends letter to IEEE promising fair licensing treatment governing Motorola patents.
The Web giant has some reassurances ready to go, Bloomberg reports. Good timing: European regulators are expected to rule on the companies' $12.5 billion merger by next week.
Universal Music, Sony and EMI are all in license-renewal negotiations with the video-sharing service, sources say. Preventing piracy is a big issue.
Despite the existence of apps that pour digital beers, make e-fart noises, and load and fire virtual guns, Apple has decided that creating a fake driver's license is over the line and has thus pulled it from the App Store.
Web-video site acquires company that helps songwriters, recording artists, labels, distributors, and online music services set up licensing and royalties arrangements.
Despite Apple's apparent intellectual-property war on iPhone and iPad lookalikes, it appears the company has licensed at least one key iOS software patent to Nokia and IBM--and that it offered a license to current court rival Samsung as well.
Last year, the two companies couldn't agree on licensing terms, but now they are close to reaching a deal, sources tell CNET.