Micron, one of the last holdouts, settles over DRAM memory patents. The deal includes Elpida, a major supplier to Apple.
The U.S. District Court judge said that the companies have "no interest in efficiently and expeditiously" resolving their dispute over Motorola Mobility patents.
Litigation and licensing revenue could provide a measure of financial support as the company awaits broader adoption of its Lumia phones. CNET takes a look at some of Nokia's past legal hits.
The dreary details differ, but the same theme informs--we're good, they're bad, and dear judge: would you please kneecap these guys for us?
A D.C. appellate court says no to Verizon's request to have its case heard by the same judges who ruled against the FCC in the Comcast case. But the lawsuit has only just begun.
Viacom and Time Warner Cable say they have suspended litigation around whether Viacom programming can be shown via Time Warner Cable's iPad app, while they continue to negotiate terms.
The company's third-quarter earnings are boosted into positive territory after receiving $105 million in patent trial award.
Red Hat wants Microsoft to disavow use of its patents against open source forever. Nice idea, but wrong-headed policy.
DivX lost a bid for protection from copyright suits just weeks before shutting down video-sharing site.
Software patents are a blight on the industry. It's time to move on.