11919 Results for

u.k. patent

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Sharp LC-UQ17U

While the Sharp LC-UQ17U offers decent picture quality its pseudo-4K features simply aren't worth paying extra for.

May. 30, 2014

3 stars Editors' rating May. 30, 2014
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Toshiba L9300U series

Although its 3D deserves praise, overall the Toshiba L9300U is a worse performer and more expensive than its 4K competitors.

Feb. 5, 2014

2 stars Editors' rating Feb. 5, 2014
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Apple notches 3G patent win over Samsung in U.K.

A court in London invalidates Samsung's assertion that some Apple products infringe on its patents regarding transmissions over a 3G network.

By Mar. 7, 2013

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U.K. judge: HTC phones do not infringe Apple patents

Apple is defeated by HTC in a patent infringement suit at the U.K.'s High Court. Bad news for Apple as three of the four patents under the spotlight are deemed invalid.

By Jul. 4, 2012

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Patent trolls launched majority of U.S. patent cases in 2012

A new study has found that more than half of last year's patent litigation cases in the U.S. were filed by companies that license patents but don't have another business.

By Apr. 9, 2013

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Samsung increases spending on U.S. lobbyists to $900K

After a patent lawsuit with Apple, the South Korean smartphone maker spends more on courting U.S. lawmakers.

By Mar. 6, 2013

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Apple ordered to pay Samsung's U.K. legal fees

Thanks to an embellished statement by Apple following a U.K. court order, the company must now pay Samsung's legal fees.

By Nov. 12, 2012

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Apple quietly pulls apology-hiding code from U.K. site

Visitors to Apple's U.K. Web site are no longer forced to scroll down to view a court-ordered apology to Samsung, after Apple tried to bury it using hidden code.

By Nov. 8, 2012

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Apple accused of hiding U.K. Samsung 'apology' with code

Users of news-sharing site Reddit have accused Apple of deliberately hiding the court-ordered Samsung "apology" statement on the U.K. Apple Web site.

By Nov. 3, 2012

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Apple's mea culpa: U.K. site posts apology, new statement

After testing a British court's patience with a not so apologetic public statement, the iPhone and iPad maker is finally eating humble pie.

By Nov. 3, 2012