BlackBerry sues Typo keyboard again

When TV personality Ryan Seacrest first launched the Typo physical keyboard for the iPhone, Blackberry noticed that it looked too much like the physical QWERTY keyboard of the BlackBerry Q10. The Canadian phone maker then sought for an injunction against Typo. The US court granted the injunction, which Typo violated. Typo was ordered to pay […]

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 Small Chinese phone manufacturer claims iPhone 6 may have infringed on their design patents

When the first iPhone was released back in 2007, it was instant hit. And like anything that turns out to be a hit, we’re sure to see knockoffs spawn out of China. This, however, ins’t the case here. A small and relatively unknown Chinese smartphone maker, Digione alleges that Apple may have infringed on its […]

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 NVIDIA looks to ban Samsung devices such as the Galaxy Note 4 in the US

The ITC (US International Trade Commission) has opened an investigation against Samsung and chip maker Qualcomm after fellow chip maker NVIDIA complained that certain Galaxy devices infringe on its GPU patents. In a press release, NVIDIA announced: U.S. International Trade Commission Opens Investigation Into Samsung Product Infringement Of NVIDIA GPU Patents Complaints Filed in ITC, District […]

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 Apple and Samsung reportedly taking about settlement – could this be the end of thermonuclear war?

Getting sick and tired of Steve Job’s thermonuclear war against Android? It looks like the clash between the titans is finally coming to an end. In a separate lawsuit, Apple chose to settle with Motorola, resulting in the dismissal of any other lawsuits between the two. According to a report from Korea Times, Apple and […]

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 Apple takes a swing at Samsung in full page newspaper ad

Apple has launched its green campaign, letting everyone know that it has taken steps to improve the way its products make an impact on the environment. It is now making use of renewable energy to power 120 Apple retail stores in the US. It has taken out a full page ad, explaining its renewed environments […]

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 Blackberry request for immediate sales ban of Typo cases for iPhone

Towards the end of March, a California court ruled in favour of BlackBerry in its lawsuit against Typo, QWERTY cases for the Apple iPhone 5 and Apple iPhone 5S. Typo is co-owned by Ryan Seacrest. The Canadian phone maker is now requesting the court to enforce an immediate sales ban of the patent-infringing Typo cases. […]

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 Preliminary injunction prohibits the sale of Typo cases for iPhone – BlackBerry pleased with the ruling

American Idol host Ryan Seacrest co-founded Typo a company that provides keyboard cases for the Apple iPhone 5 and Apple iPhone 5S. The keyboard cases, however, resemble BlackBerry’s patented keyboards on devices such as the BlackBerry Q10. The Canadian firm has sued the case maker for infringing on its keyboard patents. A US court has […]

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 Typo edits damning review and illegally turns it into testimonial

BlackBerry has taken Ryan Seacrest-owned Typo cases for the Apple iPhone 5 and Apple iPhone 5S for allegedly infringing on the Canadian phone maker’s patented keyboards. Typo has denied these allegations, saying BlackBerry’s claims lack merit. However, Typo has edited a damning review of their keyboard cases and illegally turned it into a testimonial. Typo […]

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 BlackBerry says it will ‘suffer irreparable harm’ if Typo cases continue to sell

BlackBerry has taken Ryan Seacrest’s Typo Products LLC to court for the Typo case for the iPhone 5 and iPhone 5S allegedly copying the keyboard of BlackBerry devices such as the BlackBerry Q10. According to the Canadian phone maker’s lawyers, Blackberry will “suffer irreparable harm” if Typo cases continue to sell. Bloomberg reports, “Kevin Johnson, […]

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 Apple’s request to ban Samsung products denied by Judge Lucy Koh

A jury awarded Apple $929.8 million in damages at Samsung’s expense, after the Korean tech giant was found guilty of infringing the Cupertino firm’s patents. After the ruling, Apple wanted to take it a step further by requesting the court to ban the sale of Samsung products. US District Judge Lucy Koh, the same judge […]

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