Apple has appealed an old billion dollar case claiming Google's Motorola overcharged for FRAND patents in the iPhone.
An Apple attorney says during opening arguments that it's targeting Samsung for litigation because it's Samsung that chose to put the infringing features in its devices, not Google.
The newly granted patent describes a way to attach lenses to the iPhone via a bayonet mount.
Judge Lucy Koh overrules Samsung's request that an instructional video about patents not be shown to the jury because it features Apple products.
Agency's investigation will include questions about whether patent assertion entities coordinate their lawsuits, The New York Times reports.
The patent agreement allows Microsoft to collect more royalties on Google software.
This time around, the iPhone maker has won one in Japan, where a court found that Apple products don't infringe Samsung devices.
The technology would allow users to place sensors around the home to provide a more well-rounded Siri experience.
European Competition Commissioner Joaquin Almunia said he's concerned Nokia might try to leverage its patent portfolio for its own legal good.
Nokia and HTC have decided to put aside their differences, stopping their legal wrangle and maybe even working together.