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patent cross-licensing agreements

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Samsung inks patent cross-licensing pact with Cisco

The agreement marks the latest collaboration among tech giants. In the past weeks, Samsung also reached deals with Google and Ericsson.

By February 5, 2014

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Google, Samsung strike patent cross-licensing deal

The two companies are pretty vague about the terms but take veiled shots at Apple.

By January 26, 2014

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Microsoft, Canon shake on patent licensing agreement

The two companies will share intellectual property on a "broad range of products and services," including those for certain digital imaging and mobile consumer products.

By July 2, 2014

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Microsoft hits Samsung with Android patent-royalty suit

Microsoft files a contract dispute suit against Samsung over Android patent-licensing royalties.

By August 1, 2014

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US Patent Office rejects Apple autocomplete patent used against Samsung

The decision by the USPTO, while relevant to the most recent Apple v. Samsung patent-infringement trial, isn't final and could take months or years to come to conclusion.

By August 7, 2014

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Microsoft, Lexmark to cross-license patents

Software giant and printer maker Lexmark enter a patent cross-licensing agreement, designed to encompass a wide swath of their products.

By March 17, 2009

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Google, Cisco sign deal to avoid future patent squabbles

The new patent cross-licensing agreement is designed to protect both companies from patent lawsuits.

By February 4, 2014

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Ericsson and Samsung end patent dispute, nix all lawsuits

The Korean electronics giant agrees to make ongoing royalty payments to Ericsson under a cross-licensing deal on cellular technologies.

By January 27, 2014

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Apple to defend itself against $2 billion patent infringement suit

A German company claims that the iPhone maker has violated one of its patents related to cellular technology.

By February 5, 2014

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AMD shrugs off Intel cross-licensing threat

An executive at the chipmaker dismisses Intel's recent words as a media blitz and says that the issue has since "died down."

By May 16, 2009