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But the devil is in the details as Apple is told to fork out $330,000 per day until the case is settled, forcing the two battling companies to sit down and talk.
How do you follow a $368 million judgment in your favor? If you're VirnetX, you go back to the patent litigation well, and this time you target the iPhone 5 and iPad Mini.
The tech giant gets hit with a hefty judgment for allegedly infringing on VirnetX's network patents, which incorporate products like FaceTime.
The International Trade Commission says it will look into whether iPhones, iPads, and Macs infringe on a security company's patent.
Court rules that patent lawsuit against Apple can go to a jury. At issue: whether the iPhone's screen rotation and call rejection features violate patents originally held by Sony and Nokia.
week in review Statistician correctly predicts winner in all 50 states, while Apple patent lawsuit against Motorola gets tossed. Also: is an Xbox Surface gaming tablet in the works?
While the tech industry's elite are fighting it out with their whopper patent portfolios, a recent survey shows just how scary one lawsuit can be for a small company.
The U.S. Patent Office certifies as valid two patents held by VirnetX that were at the center of a recent dispute with Microsoft.
Hot on the heels of one legal victory against Microsoft, VirnetX files a second lawsuit against the company, claiming patent violations in Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 R2.
Settlement ends lawsuits filed by VirnetX, which had accused Microsoft of violating patents tied to VPN technology.